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WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION 

OFFICIAL PUBLICATIONS 



REVISED CATALOGUE 



Department of Fine Arts 



WITH INDEX OF EXHIBITORS 



FOR THIS CATALOGUE, THE 
PICTURES ARE NUMBERED 
CONSECUTIVELY, AS THEY AP- 
PEAR ON THE GALLERY WALLS 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLICITY AND PROMOTION 

MOSES P. HANDY, CHIEF 



EDITED BY 

THE DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



CHICAGO 
W. B. CONKEY COMPANY, PUBLISHERS TO THE EXPOSITION 

1893 






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FOGG MUSEUM LIBRARY 
HARVARD UNIVERSITY 



Entered accordJog to Act of Congress In the year A. D. 1893. In the office of Ubrarien of Congress 

at Washington. D. C. by 

THE WORLD'S COLUy*\BlAN EXPOSITION, 
For the exclusive use of W. B. Conkby Company, Chicago. 



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W. B. CONKEY COMPANY, ,, 

PRINTERS AND BINDERS. ^^ 

CHICAGO. , ,, 

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PREFACE 

It is the aim of this book to assist those 
who visit the Art Department of the World's 
Columbian Exposition to see the various 
works of art easily, and — through the index — 
to locate the works of any particular artist 
without difficulty or loss of time. 

The arrangement of the numbering of 
the galleries suggests the order in which the 
works can be seen to the best advantage. 

Each work of art, it will be noticed, now 
bears two numbers — one in black figures, the 
other in red. The numbers to which this 
catalogue refers are the numbers printed in 
RED. 



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CLASSIFICATION. 



DEPARTMENT K,— FINE ARTS. 



GROUP 139. 

SCULPTURE. 



Class 820. Figures and groups in marble; casts from original works by 

modern artists; models and monumental decorations. 
Class 821. Bas-reliefs in marble and bronze. 
Class 822. Figures and groups in bronze. 
Class 828. Bronzes from cire perdue, 

GROUP 140. 

PAINTINGS IN OIL. 

GROUP 141. 
PAINTINGS IN WATER COLORS. 

GROUP 142. 

paintings on ivory, on enamel, on metal, on porcelain or other 

wares; fresco painting on walls. 

GROUP 143. 

ENGRAVINGS AND ETCHINGS: PRINTS. 

GROUP 144. 

chalk, charcoal, PASTEL AND OTHER DRAWINGS. 

GROUP 145. 

ANTIQUE AND MODERN CARVINGS; ENGRAVINGS IN MEDALLIONS OR IN 

gems; CAMEOS, INTAGLIOS. 

GROUP 146. 

EXHIBITS FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONS. 

Loan Collection of Foreign Works from Private Galleries in the United States 

FROM GROUPS 139-145. 

ARCHITECTURE AS A PINE ART. 






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INDEX OF NATIONAL EXHIBITS, 



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INDEX OF NATIONAL EXHIBITS AS CATALOGUED 



NATIONS 
REPRESENTED. 


Sculpture, 
Medals, etc. 


Oil 
Paintings. 


Water 
Colors. 


Pastels, 
Drawings, 
etc. 


Etchings, 
Engravings, 
etc. 


Architecture 

and 
Decoration. 


United States . , 


PAGE. 

25 
154 
156 
166 

180-186 


PAGE. 

32 
147 
157 
168 
181 
188 
197 
213 
282 
312 
354 
368 etc. 
384 
396 
403 
414 
421 
428 
437 
451 
460 


PAGE. 
79 


PAGE. 

86 


PAGE. 
112 


PAGE. 

133 


U. S. Loan Collection . . . 




Aastria. 


162 
176 
185 

188 


163 
176 


163 
176 


163 


Belfirium« 




Brazil 




Canada. 








Denmark 


196 

207-238 
278 
310 








France 


235 
297 
329 
359 
379 
384 


235 
297 
344 

384 


238 
301 
337 
362 
379 

384 

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253 


Germany 


303 


Great Britain 


347 


Holland 




Italy 


366 etc. 
384 
396 
402 
414 
420 




Japan 


384 


Mexico 




New South Wales 


406 
421 


411 
418 






Norway.. , 


418 




Russia 




Society of Polish Artists. 








Spain 


434 
450 


443 
454 


443 
454 


443 

454 


446 


Sweden 




Venezuela 

















Artists, Index of 461 

Art Palace, Description of 8 

Art Palace, Ground Plan of , 6 

Art Palace, View of Facing title 

Awards by the International Board of Judges 14 

Department of Fine Arts — Classification 4 

Department of Fine Arts — Official Direction 9 

Judges, International Board of 13 

Juries of Selection, American 10 

Wprks of the United States Artists not in Competition , . . , 23 



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8 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP'T K — FINE AKTS. 



THE ART PALACE. 



Grecian-Ionic in style, the Fine Arts Building is a type of the most re 
fined classic architecture. The structure comprises three, large pavilions 
known as the Central, East and West Pavilions. Its total length, east and 
west, is 1,120 feet, and its extreme width, north and south, 500 feet The 
Central Pavilion, an oblong building measuring 500x320 feet, is intersected by 
a great nave and a transept, each 100 feet wide and 70 feet high. At theii 
intersection is a dome 60 feet in diameter and 125 feet high, surmounted by a 
colossal statue of the type of the famous figure of Winged Victory. The tran- 
sept has a clear space through the center of 60 feet, being lighted entirely 
from above. On either side are galleries 20 feet wide and 24 feet above the 
fioor. The collections of sculptures and architectural casts are displayed on 
the main fioor of the nave and transept, and here also, on the walls, are shown 
drawings and sculptured panels in relief. The sections bordered by the nave 
and transept are filled with picture galleries, ranging from 30x30 feet to 36x120 
feet in area. The Central Pavilion is entered by four great portals, richly 
ornamented with architectural sculpture and approached by broad fiights of 
steps. The East and West Pavilions have entrances from the Central Pa- 
vilion and entrances from outside on their North and South fronts. The walls 
of the loggia of the colonnades are highly decorated with sculptural frag- 
ments from the antique. All light is supplied through glass skylights in iron 
frames. 

The building is located in the Northern portion of the park, with the South 
front facing the lagoon, from which it is separated by terraces ornamented 
with balustrades. A flight of steps leads down from the main portal to the 
lagoon, where there is a landing for boats. The immediate neighborhood of 
the building is ornamented with groups of statues, replicas of classic art, such 
as the Choragic monument, etc. Architect, C. B. Atwood, of Chicago, De* 
signer-in-Chief of the Exposition. 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, 



HALSEY C. IVES 

CHIEF 

CHARLES M. KURTZ 

ASSISTANT CHIEF 

SARA T. HALLOWELL 

ASSISTANT CHIEF 

LOUIS J. MILLET 

SUPERINTENDENT OF ARCHITECTURAL 
AND DECORATIVE EXHIBITS 

FREDERICK E. TRIEBEL 

SUPERINTENDENT OF SCULPTURE 

GEORGE CORLISS 

SUPERINTENDENT OF GENERAL EXHIBITS 

JOHN R. MURPHY 

CHIEF CLERK 

CHARLES W. RHODES JOHN D. PIERCE 

WIMAR BECKER HENRY GATES 

ASSISTANTS 



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JURIES OF SELECTION. 



Department of Fine Arts, 



UNITED STATES SECTION. 



JURIES OF SELECTION. 



GROUP 139-SCULPTURE. 



NEW YORK. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



Augustus St. Gaudens. 
J. Q. A. Ward. 
Olin L. Warner. 

iohn J. Boyle. 
)aniel C. French. 



John T. Boyle. 
Olin L. Warner. 
Daniel C. French. 
Charles Grafly. 



MASSACHUSEITS. 

Daniel C. French. 
Olin L. Warner. 
Charles Grafly. 



ROME. 

Harriet Hosmer. 
Franklin Simmons. 
Waldo Story. 
Lark in G. Mead. 



FLORENCE. 



William Couper. 
Waldo Story. 
Larkin G. Mead. 



NATIONAL JURY AT CHICAGO. 



Daniel C. French, Boston. 

Lorado Taft, Chicago. 

Robert P. Bringhurst, St. Louis. 



Alternate, J. J. Boyle, Philadelphia. 
Alternate, Carl Rohl-Smith, Chicago. 
Alternate, J. Gelert, Chicago. 



GROUP 140-PAlNTINGS IN OIL. 



NEW YORK. 

William M. Chase. 
R. Swain Gifford. 
Eastman Johnson. 
H. Bolton Jones. 
John W. Beatty. 
Charles £. Dana. 
I. M. GaugengigL 

E. C. TarbelL 

F. D. Millet. 

G. W. Maynard. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 

ClifiFord P. Grayson. 
Joseph R. Wood well. 
Eastman Johnson. 
John W. Beatty. 
Charles E. Dana. 
H. Bolton Jones. 
William Dalliba Dutton. 
Stephen Parrish (Alter- 
nate for W. D. Dutton). 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

E. C. Tarbell. 

F. P. Vinton. 
William M. Chase. 
Thomas Allen. 

. T. Enneking. 
. M. Gaugengigl. 
R. Swain uifford. 



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JURIES OF SELECTION. 



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ROME. 

C. C. Coleman. 
W. S. Hazeltine. 
Ehihu Vedder. 



MUNICH. 

Carl Marr. 
Orrin Peck. 
Toby Rosenthal. 
Walter Beck. 
J. Frank Currier. 



PARIS. 

Walter McEwen. 
Gari J. Melchers. 
Charles Sprague Pearce. 
J. L. Stewart. 
F. A. Bridgman. 
W. T, Dannat. 
Walter Gay. 
Alexander Harrison. 
E. L. Weeks. 



NATIONAL JURY AT CHICAGO. 



J. G. Brown, New York. 
G. W. Maynard, New York. 
J. Francis Murphy, New York. 
Thomas Hovenden, Philadelphia. 
Thomas Allen, Boston. 
H. F. Famy, Cincinnati. 



C. C. Coleman, Rome, Italy. 



Gari J. Melchers, Detroit. 
Douglas Volk, Minneapolis. 

iohn H. Fry, St. Louis, 
'rederick W. Freer, Chicago. 
John H. Vanderpoel, Chicago. 
Walter McEwen, Chicago. 



GROUP 141-PAINTlNGS IN WATER COLORS. 

NEW YORK. 

Frederick Dielman. T. C. Nicoll. 

Charles Harry Eaton. Walter Shirlaw. 

Louis C. Tififany. 

In other cities the Jury for Paintings in Oil also acted for Water Colors. 



GROUP 142— PAINTINGS ON IVORY, ON ENAMEL, ON METAL, ON 

PORCELAIN OR OTHER WARES; FRESCO PAINTING 
ON WALLS. 

Same Juries as for Paintings in Oil and for Architecture. 



GROUP 143-ENGRAVlNGS AND ETCHINGS: PRINTS. 



NEW YORK. 

Carleton T. Chapman. 
Samuel Colman. 
C. F. W. Mielatz. 
C. A. Piatt. 
James D. Smillie. 
Alexander Shilling. 



FOR ETCHINGS. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



Herman Faber. 
Bernard Uhle. 
Max Rosenthal. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

W. B. Closson. 
S. R. Koehler. 
Charles A. Walker. 
Herman Faber, 



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JURIES OF SELECTION. 



NEW YORK. 

Horace Baker. 
Frank French. 
John P. Davis. 
A. M. Lindsay. 



FOR WOOD ENGRAVING. 
PHILADELPHIA. 

A. M. Lindsay. 
C. H*. Reed. 
Frank French. 



BOSTON. 

W. B. Closson. 
S. R. Koehler. 
Charles A. Walker. 
A. M. Lindsay. 



GROUP 144-CHALK. CHARCOAL, PASTEL AND OTHER DRAWINGS. 
Same Juries as for Paintings in Oil and Water Colors. 



GROUP 145— ANTIQUE AND MODERN CARVINGS; ENGRAVINGS IN 

MEDALLIONS OR IN GEMS; CAMEOS, INTAGLIOS. 

Same Juries as for Sculpture. 



FROM GROUPS 139-145— ARCHITECTURE. 



NEW YORK. 

Stanford White. 
Richard M. Hunt. 
William B. Tuthill. 
C. Howard Walker. 
John Stewardson. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 

John Stewardson. Edmund M. Wheelwright 

W. B. Tuthill. Edward C. Cabot. 

Frank Miles Day. C. Howard Walker. 

Henry Pettit. W. B. Tuthill. 

Edmund M.Wheelwright Frank Miles Day. 

NATIONAL JURY AT CHICAGO. 



C. B. Atwood, New York. 
Cass Gilbert, St. Paul. 



W. S. Eames, St. Louis. 
S. S. Beman, Chicago. 
D. Adler, Chicago. 



COMMITTEE ON A RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBIT OF 

AMERICAN PAINTING. 



COMMITTEE-AT-LARGE. 

Charles Henry Hart, Philadelphia, Chairman, 
Thomas B. Clarke, New York. Charles G. Loring, Boston. 



NEW YORK. 

John La Farge. 
John F. Weir. 
'Thomas 6. Clarke. 



ADVISORY COMMITTEES. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 

Charles Henry Hart. 
Henry Whelen, Jr. 
J. Granville Leach. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Hon. Martin Brimmer, 
Frederick P. Vinton. 

. Templeman Coolidge. 

. Harvey Young. 
Gen. Charles G. Loring. 



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iNTERNAtlONAL BOARD OF JUDGES. 



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INTERNATIONAL BOARD OF JUDGES 



FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS. 



President, Henry W. B. Davis. First Vice-Pres% Angelo del Nero. 

Second Vice-Pres*t, A. G. del Campillo. Secretary, Frederick Dielman. 



UNITED STATES. 

" Thomas Allen. 

• T. G. Brown. 
William M. Chase. 

' *€. da Cossa Conger. 

John P. Davis. 

[Frederick Dielman. 

H. F. Farny. 

Mary Hal lock Foote. 

Daniel C. French. 

R. Swain Gifford. 

Thomas Hovenden. 

John La Farge. 

W. P. P. Longfellow. 
" Carl Marr. 
" "George W. Maynard. 

■ Gari Melchers. 

• F. D. Millet. 

■ J. C. Nicoll. 
•Emily Sartain. 
Walter Shirlaw. 
Worthington Whit- 

tredge. 
*01in L. Warner. 
^Mary M. Solari. 



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GREAT BRITAIN. 

♦Thomas Brock. 

H. W. B. Davis. 

William Emerson. 

■Alfred W. Hunt. 
■ Val. C. Prinsep. 
§Frank Short. 

ITALY. 

tGuido Boggiani. 
*N. Cantalamessa-Pa- 

potti. 
tGiuseppe Cosen^a. 
^tAngelo del Nero. 
tFanny Zampini-Salazar. 
I Giuseppe Spera. 

SPAIN. 

A. G. del Campillo. 
J. Espina. 
Ferdmand Miranda. 

HOLLAND. 

f Louis Apol. 
§Hubert Vos. 

SWEDEN. 

*t§Anders L. Zom. 



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GERMANY. 

tA. Delug. 

JLudwig Dill. 

t§Th. Groll. 

II F. JafiE^. 

♦Max Kruse. 

II W. Kyllmann. 

tHugo Schnars-Alquist. 

jAdnen Paradis. 

II H. von Schmidt. 

♦F. E. Triebel. 

JAPAN. 

♦t§Emest F. Fenollosa. 
tsH. Shugio. 

DENMARK. 

*t Johannes Gelert. 

BRAZIL. 

♦tRodolpho Bemardelli. 

AUSTRIA. 

tAndreas Groll. 
*tH. Kautsch. 

HONORARY MEMBER. 

Halsey C. Ives. 



France, Belgium, Russia and Norway did not enter their exhibits in 
competition, and hence were not represented on the Board of Judges. 



ndges for Sculpture are indicated by the ♦ 
udges for Painting are indicated by the t 
udges for Engravmg, Etching, Etc. by the § 
udges for Architecture as a Fine Art by the || 



14 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP't K — FINE ARTS, 



THE AWARDS. 



Following are the Awards to the artists of the various countries which 
submitted their exhibits for consideration by the International Board of Judges. 

It may be mentioned that France, Belgium, Russia and Norway did not 
submit their exhibits for examination. * 

Works by members of the Board of Judges were not subject to exami- 
nation for Award, and no judgment was passed upon works of artists who 

expressed a desire to withdraw them from competition. 

/■ 

A single grade of medal (bronze) was given, with a certificate or "diploma.** 



THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 



GROUP 139— SCULPTURE. 



John Donoghue. 
Charles Grafly. 
Henry H. Kitson. 
Thomas Ball. 
Robert P. Bringhurst. 



Herbert Adams. 
C. E. Dallin. 
C. H. Niehaus. 
John Rogers. 
Emil H. Wuertz. 



F. Wellington Ruckstuhl. 
F. Edwin Elwell. 

y. Boyle, 
ward Kemeys. 



GROUP 14a-0IL PAINTINGS. 



John S. Sargent. 
Mark Fisher. 
George de Forest Brush. 
Irving R. Wiles. 
Henry O. Walker. 
C. Y. Turner. 
Winslow Homer. 
Eastman Johnson 
Robert Reid. 
C. A. Piatt. 
J. Alden Weir. 
Robert W. Vonnoh. 
Theodore RobinsoiL 
Childe Hassam. 
Frederick W. Freer. 
George Inness. 
Alfred Kappes. 
C. F. Ulricn. 
Horatio Walker. 
J, McNeill Whistler. 



D. W. Tryon. 
Wm. L. Picknell. 
D. Ridgway Knight. 
Louis r. Dessar. 
Edwin H. Blashfield. 
Kenyon Cox. 
W. S. Kendall. 
Ben Foster. 
F. Duveneck. 
Mary F. MacMonnies 
Charles C Curran. 
Charles H. Davis. 
Henry Bisbing. 
H. Siddons Mowbray, 
Frank W. Benson. 
J. Francis Murphy. 
Georeje Hitchcock. 
Edmund C Tarbell. 
C. Morjraix Mcllhcnny. 



Abbott H. Thayer. 
Elihu Vedder. 
G. Ru^er Donoho. 
E. E. Simmons. 
Thomas Eakins. 
Frederick P. Vinton. 
Walter Palmer. 
Thomas W. Dewing. 
Gilbert Gaul. 
H, Bolton Jones. 
Louis C. Tiffany. 
Douglas Volk. 
Frederick S. Church. 
Orrin Peck. 
William H. Howe. 
Edwin A. Abbey. 
Leonard Ochtman. 
Thomas S. Clark. 



THE AWARDS 



IS 



GROUP 141— WATER COLORS. 



W. T. Smedley. 
J. H. Twachtman. 
Childe Hassam. 
Sarah T Sears. 



C. Morgan Mcllhenny. 
Emma £. Lampert 
Clara T. McChesney. 
Kathleen H. Greatorex. 



Rhoda Holmes Nicholls. 
August Franzen. 
Louis C. Tiffany. 



FROM GROUP 144-PASTELS. 



Julius Rolshoven. 
. Appleton Brown. 



Rosina Emmett Sher- 
wood. 



Henry Muhrman. 
Birge Harrison. 



FJROM GROUP 144— WORKS IN BLACK AND WHITE. 



Gilbert Gaul. 
A. B. Wenzell. 
Frederick Remington. 
W. T. Smedley. 
A. B. Frost. 
Carlton T. Chapman. 
Thule De Thulstrup. 
W. Hamilton Gibson. 



Edwin A. Abbey. 
Howard Pyle. 
Will H. Low. 
A. C. Redwood. 
A. Castaigne. 
C. S. Reinhart. 
Robert Blum. 



R. F. Zogbaum. 
C. D. Gibson. 
Harry Fenn^ 
OS. Fennen. 

. S. Metcalf. 

Elizabeth Nourse. 

Caroline A, Lord. 



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FROM GROUP 143— ETCHING. 

Gustave Mercler. Stephan Parrish. 

Mrs. M. Nimmo Moran. Charles A. Piatt. 



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. Alden Weir. 

. McNeill Whistler. 



FROM GROUP 143-WOOD ENGRAVING 



Walter M. Aikman. 
Peter Aitken. 
Victor Bernstrom. 
W. B. Closson. 
Timothy Cole. 
Edith Cooper. 
W. J. Dana 



S. P. Davis. 
E. H. Del 'Orme. 
T. Johnson^ 
Frank French. 
Francis S King. 
Elbridge Kingsley 
Gustav Kruell. 



Albert M. Lindsay. 
William Miller 
C. A. Powell. 
S. G. Putman. 
E. Schladitz. 
J. Tinkey. 
Henry Wolf. 



GROUPS 139-145— ARCHITECTURE AS A FINE AET. 



Brunner & Tryon. 
Cope & Stewardson. 
R. W. Gibson. 
H. J. Hardenburg. 
R. M. Hunt 



Lamb & Rich. 
Longfellow, Alden & 

Harlow. 
Peabody & Steams 



Shepley, Rutan & CooL 
idge. 

Edmund March Wheel- 
wright. 

William Halsey Wood. 



ARGENTINE REPUBLIC 



GROUP 140-OIL PAINTINGS. 

Delia Valle. 



N. OrlandL 



AUSTRIA. 



GROUP 139— SCULPTURE. 



Arthur Kaan. 
Victor Tilgner, 



Stefan Schwarz. 
Josef V. Myslbeck. 



A. Scharff. 



l6 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP*T K — FINE ARTS. 



GROUP 140— OIL PAINTINGS. 



A. Ditsheimer. 
Lina Roehrer. 
Tina Blau. 

K. Moll. 
Rudolph Ribarz. 

B. Knupfer. 
Vacslav Brozik. 
Eugen Jettell. 

F. von Defreggcr. 



Hans Temple. 
Julius von Payer. 
Edward Charlemont 
Rudolph Bacher. 
Wilhelm Bomatzik. 
M. Scbmid. 
Rudolph Alt. 
Hans Schwaiger. 
Frantz von Pausinger. 



Frantz Simm. 
Heinrich von Angeli. 
Adal Seligmann. 
Carl Zewy. 
A. Zetsche. 
Olga Wiesinger. 
Mrs. Marie Mueller. 
Mrs. E. von Kirchsberg. 



FROM GROUP 143— ETCHING. 
W. Unger. 

BRAZIL 

GROUP 140— OIL PAINTINGS. 

J. F. Almeida, Jr. Pedro Weingartner. 

Elisend'Angelo Visconti. M. Brocos. 



Henrique BernadellL 



GROUP 141— WATER COLORS 
Henrique Bernadelli. 

FROM GROUP 144— PASTELS. 
Hen.-ique Bernadelli. Rudolpho Amoedo. 



CANADA, 



GROUP 140— OIL PAINTINGS. 



J. A. Eraser. 
G. A. Reed. 



T. C. V. Ede. 
Sarah B. H olden. 



Robert Harris. 



DENMARK. 

GROUP 139— SCULPTURE. 

V. Bissen. A. W. Saabye. 



Stephan Sinding. 



GROUP 140-OIL PAINTINGS. 

Lauritz Tuxen. Vigo Tohansen. 

Tohan C. Schlichtkrull. Fr. Winther. 

V Irminger. L. Paulsen 

P. S. Kroyer. W. B. Dorph. 



GERMANY. 



GROUP 139— SCULPTURE. 



Max Baumbach. 
Robert Baerwaldt 



Prof. Reinhold Begas. 
Peter Brauer. 



N. P. Mols. 
P. Hansen. 
H. I. Brandekilde 
A. Olsen. 



Ad. Brutt. 

Prof. G. Eberlein. 



THE AWARDS. 



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Prof. E. Herter. 
Emil Hundriesser. 
F. Gotz. 
Max Klein. 



Rud Maison. 
Walter Schott. 
Prof. A. Sommer. 
Paul Turpe. 



GROUP 14a-OIL PAINTINGS. 



Peter Janssen. 
Anton Braith. 
Herman Kaulbach. 
Mrs. Vilma Parlaghy. 
Jos. Block. 
Oscar Frenzel. 
Walter Leistikow. 
Eugen Diicker. 
Ferd Max Bredt. 
Franz Roubaud. 
Paul Hoecker. 
Otto Friedrich. 
F. Von Schennis. 
£. Schwabe. 
Ferd. Keller. 
Franz Von Lenbach. 
Ernst Zimmermann. 
Ludwig Knaus. 
Carl Saltzmann. 
Max Koner. 
Wilh. Truebner. 
Adolf Menzel. 
Ferdinand Brlitt. 
Paul Meyer-Mainz. 



Franz Von Deffregger. 
H. Konig. 
Gabriel Max. 
Benj. Vautier. 

E. Hausmann. 
Franz Skarbina. 
Christ Kroner. 
Heinrich Hermanns. 
Carl N. Bantzer. 
Henri Heimes. 

F. Stahl. 

Keller Reutlingen. 
Alfred Zoff. 
Victor Weishaupt. 
Max Lieberraann. 
Fritz Von Uhde. 
Theo. Hummel. 
Hans Herrmann. 
Wilhelm Volz. 
Gelth Klihl. 
Heinrich Zugel. 
E. Bracht. 
Hermann Baisch. 
J. Von Brandt. 



GROUP 141— WATER COLORS. 



Adolf Menzel. 
R. Reinecke. 
Franz Skarbina. 



Hans Von Bartels. 
Hans Hermann. 
L. Dettmann 



T. Uphues. 
Mich. Wagmuller. 
E. Wenck. 
Joh. Wind. 



Oswald Achenbach. 
H. Liesegang. 
Karl Hartmann. 
Richard Scholtz. 
Carl Von Stotton. 
M. Thedy. 

i. Falat. 
iax Pietschman. 
Andersen Lundby 
Carlos Grethe. 
P. P. Miiller. 
Gust Schonleber. 
Paul Meyerheim. 
Miss Fanny Edle Von 

Geiger. 
Ernst Oppler. 
Chr. L. Bockelmann. 
Ludwig Herterich. 
Franz Simm. 
Mrs. Begas-Parmentier. 
Mrs. Marie Kalckreuth. 
Miss Auguste Schepps. 
Miss Agnes Stamer. 



M. Seliger. 
Eugen Klinsch. 



Albrecht Schultheiss 



FROM GROUP U2-PAINTINGS ON PORCELAIN. 

A. Kipps. 

FROM GROUP 14a-ETCHINGS. 

« 

Prof. G. Koepping. Miss Doris Raab. H. Struck. 

Johannes Plato. 

FROM GROUP 14a-LINE ENGRAVING. 

Prof. G. Filers. Prof. Hans Meyers. 

FROM GROUP 144— WORKS IN BLACK AND WHITE. 

Adolph Menzel. F. Stuck. A. Oberlander. 

GROUPS 139-145— ARCHITECTURE AS A FINE ART. 

Iinperial Ministry of K. Hofmann. Salzmann. 

rublic Works. Kayser& Von Groszheim. Prof. A. Schmidt. 

Iinperial Ministry of the E. Klingenberg. Prof. V. Spitta. 

Interior. H. Licht. Francz Scnwechten. 

Ende & Bockmann. Prof.Skjold Neckelmann. Paul Wallot. 
Prof. G. Haaberisser. 

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GREAT BRITAIN. 



GROUP 139— SCULPTURE 

Sir F. Leighton, Bart., P. George Frampton. 

R. A. F. W. Pomeroy. 

Hamo Thornycroft, R. A. W. G. John. 

GROUP 140— OIL PAINTINGS. 



E. O. Ford, A. R. A. 
John M. Swan. 



Geo. Clausen. 
W. Q. Orchardson. 
Henry Woods. 
Peter Graham. 
Jas. Sant. 
A. C. Gow. 
H. Fisher. 
A. Stokes, 
J. E. Millais. 
Frank Branffwyn. 
Henry S. Tuke. 
L. Alma Tadema. 
David Murray. 
Arthur Hacker. 
E. A. Waterlow. 
Marcus Stone. 
Ysend King. 
Alfred Parsons. 
Walter Osborn. 
W. H. Bartlett. 
Frank Dicksee. 
Henry Moore. 
Hubert Herkomer. 
Frederick Leighton. 
Mrs. Anna Lea Merritt. 






Sol. Soloman. 
Colin Hunter. • 
Mouat Loudan. 
Frank Bramley. 
Chas. W. Wyllie 
Lady Butler. 
Wm. Stott. 

as. D. Linton. 

. J. Shannon, 
orley Fletcher. 
J. C. Hook. 
W. W. Ouless. 
Mrs. Adrian Stokes. 
Wm. Carter. 
T. W. Waterhouse. 
Wm. Logsdail. 
Mrs. Stanhope Forbes. 
Ernest Parton. 
Miss Clara Montalba. 
G. Wetherbee. 
G. H. Boughton. 
T. C. Gotch. 
Seymour Lucas. 
Mrs. Anna L. Swynner- 
ton. 



GROUP 141— WATER COLORS. 



I 



. Hay Henshall. 

V. Rainey. 
A. East. 
W. Hatherell. 
H. Coutts. 
Alfred Parsons. 
Walter Langley. 
L. Alma-Tadema. 



John Gilbert. 
Andrew C. Gow. 
las. D. Linton. 
Thomas Lloyd. 
Edwin Hayes. 
E. A. Walton. 
Henry Moore. 



W. L. Wyllie. 
Robt. W. Macbeth. 

{ohn R. Reid; 
.. H. La Thangue. 
Miss Anna Alma-Ta- 
dema. 
Jas. Charles. 
Mrs. Alma-Tadema. 
A. C. Taylor. 
Edw. Stott. 
Albert Moore. 
Briton Riviere. 
Miss E. Stewart Wood. 
John Lavery. 
T. R. Morns. 
Alfred East. 
Wm. H. Titcomb. 
D. W. Leader. 
Frederick Brown. 
A. Stanhope Forbes. 
G. W. Joy. 
S. Melton Fisher. 
T. F. Goodall. 
Leslie Thompson. 
John M. Swan. 



Birkei Foster. 
Henry George Hine. 
W. L. Wyllie. 
Lionel P. Smythe. 
Leopold Rivers. 
Mrs. Allingham. 
Henrietta Kae. 



FROM GROUP 144- WORKS IN BLACK AND WHITE. 



J. R. Weguelin. 
George Du Maurier. 
John Tenniel. 



John Charlton. 
W. H. Overend. 
John M. Swan. 



Jas. D. Linton. 
Kate Greenaway. 
F. Seymour Haden. 



FROM GROUP US-ETCHING. 



D. Y. Cameron. 
Herbert Dicksee. 
Oliver Hall, R. P. A. 
William Hole, R. S. A. 
David Law. 



Leopold Lowenstam. Mortimer Menpes, R. P. 

Miss Ethel Martyn. E. 

Robert W. Macbeth, A, Charles J. Watson. 
R.A. 



THE AWARDS 



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FROM GROUP 143-LINE ENGRAVING. 

Charles William Sher- 
bom. 

FROM GROUP 143— MEZZOTINT 
Gerald Robinson. 

FROM GROUP 143— WOOD ENGRAVING. 
Biscombe Yardner. 

GROUPS 139-145— ARCHITECTURE AS A FINE ART. 

Prof. George Aitchison, George C. Ashlin, R. H.A. Earnest, George & Peto. 

A. R. A. Aston-Webb & E. Ingress Thomas G. Jackson, A. 

R. Rowland Anderson, Bell, V. P. R., I. B. A. R. A. 

L.L. D. James Brooks. Alfred Waterhouse. 



HOLLAND. 



GROUP 140— OIL PAINTINGS. 



M. van der Maarel. 
N. Bastert. 
William Maris. 
Tony Offermans. 
P. J. G. Gabriel. 
Geo. Poggenbeek. 



W. B. Tholen. Albert Neuhuys. 

Miss Theresa Schwartz. Theophile de Bock. 

H. J. Melis. Mrs. M. Roosenboom. 

Jacob Maris. J. H. L. de Haas. 

Jan Vrolyk. J. S. H. Kever. 
B. J. Blommers. 



GROUP 141— WATER COLORS. 



J. S. H. Kever. 
Jacob Maris. 
M. van der Marel. 
Wm. Maris. 



Albert Neuhuys. 
Mrs. H. Grandmont Don- 
ders. 



Josselin de Jong. 
J. H. Weissenbruck. 



FROM GROUP 143— ETCHING. 

Prof. C. L. Dake. Ph. Zilcken. 

Miss B. E. Van Houten. 



W. de Zwart 



ITALY. 



GROUP 139-SCULPTURE. 



A. Apolloni. 
A. Allegretti. 
C. Barbella. 
£. Biondi. 



*L. Bracony. 
L. de Paoli. 
E. Macca^nani. 
A. Maltoni. 



E. Pellini. 

F. Soeboeck. 

P. Troubetskoy. 
Adelaide Maraini. 



GROUP 140— OIL PAINTINGS. 



F. Carcano. 
M. G. Zanetti. 

G. Boldini. 

M. Corteggiani. 
E. Prati. 



A. Corelli. 

A. Dair Oca Bianca. 

G. Bottero. 

P. Fragiacomo. 

S. Novo, 



R. Santoro. 
O. Da Moli 
G. Ciardi. 
L. Rossi. 
T. Lessi. 



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GROUP 141— WATER COLORS. 



A- CorellL 

D. Pennarrhini, 



P. De Tommasi. 
G. Simon L 



C. TiraiellL 



FROM GROUP 143— LINE ENGRAVING. 
Regia Calcografia, Roma. 



JAPAN. 



GROUP 139-SCULPTURE. 



Okioka Asahi Eizo and Suzki Chokichi (Hay- 

Asahi Gyokian. ashi Tademasa, Ex- 

Okazaki SesseL bibitor). 

Otake Norikni (Ishii Ki- Takamra Koun. 
faei, Ezbibitor). 



Yamada Kisai. 
Schurak Baido (Sawado 
Ginziro, Exbibitor). 



Oil Painting and Paintings in Various Media. 

GROUPS 140 and 141~PAINTIXGS IN OIL- AND IN WATER COLORS. 



Kawahata Gyokusfao. 
Imao Keinen. 
Mocbizuki Gyokusen. 
Tasaki Sdwun. 
Tanigudii Kokyo. 



Kabota Beiseo. 
Noguchi Yukoku. 
Taniguchi TaicbL 
Hara Ryutaro. 
Mumemura Keizaa. 



Ujii Sozan. 
Mori Shungaku. 
Asae Ryukyo. 
Takeuchi Seibo. 



FROM GROUP 142— PAINTINGS ON IVORY, ON ENAMEL, ON 
METAL. ON PORCELAIN OR OTHER WARES.— PAINTING IN 
ENAMEL. 



Kawada Sbibataro. 
Suzuki Sbonen. 
Kose Sboseki. 



Hasegawa Gyokujun. 
Ogata Gekko. 
Nainikawa Sosuk^. 



Kumagai Naobiko. 
Hasbimoto Gahd. 



PAINTING IN LACQUER. 



Morimura Icbitaro. 
Taki Katei. 
Asano Sozaburo. 



Kawanobc Itcbd. 
Ikeda Taishin. 



Igarashi Tajiro. 
Morisbita Moribacbi. 



lida SbibichL 



PAINTING ON PORCELAIN. 

Takemoto Hayato. Miyagawa Kozan. 

DESIGNS IN EMBROIDERY. 

Ntsbimura Sozayemon. Omura Wakicbiro. 

DESIGN IN TAPESTRY. 
Kawasbima Jimbei. 

DESIGN IN WEAVING. 
Sasaki Seibicbi. 

FROM GROUP 14a-PRINTS EROM WOOD CUTS (COLOR.) 
Kokka-sba. 




THE AWARDS. 



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MEXICO. 

GROUP 140— OIL PAINTINGS. 

Jose Maria Velasco. Gertrudi Schmitlein. 

NEW SOUTH WALES. 

GROUP 140— OIL PAINTINGS. 

W. Lister. A. H. Fullwood. Mrs. Ellis Rowan. 

Thomas Robert. 



SOCIETY OF POLISH ARTISTS. 



GROUP 140— OIL PAINTINGS. 



W. Prusskowski. 
John Mateyko. 
S. Kadzeerski. 



T. Ryszkiewicz. 
W. ucrson. 
W. Tel may er. 



Z. Jasinski. 
W. Pieckowski. 



SPAIN. 



GROUP 13a~SCULPTURE. 



Jos6 Alcoverro y Amoros. Augustin Ouerol. 
A. Marinas y Garcia. Angel Trifles. 

GROUP 140— OIL PAINTINGS. 



J. Gamelo. 
Felix R. Hidalgo. 
Santiago B. Rusiftol. 
Jose F. Tapiro. 
Degrain Antonio. 
Aureliano de Baruete. 
Juan y Rodriquez, Plan- 

ella. 
Dumond Alvarez. 



Louis Jimenez-Aranda. 
Fernandez E. Pelayo. 
Carbonero Moreno. 
Gonzalo S. Bilbao. 
M. e Ibanez Ramirez. 
Luis^Alverez. 
Joaquin Sorolla. 
Enrique Simonet. 
Jose y Jiminez-Aranda. 



GROUP 141— WATER COLORS. 
Jos^ de Tapiro. 

FROM GROUP 144— PASTEL. 
Jos^ de Pando. 

FROM GROUP 144— BLACK AND WHITE. 

J. Rios. J. L. Pelliser. (Pen and 

ink.) 

FROM GROUP 14a-ENGRAVING. 

Ricardo de los Rios. 



Cipriano Folgueras. 
Jose Viziano y Marti. 



Sedano Santa Maria. 
M. Dominguez. 
]os6 Gartner. 
Juan Loubre. 
Kosello. 
Ruiz Luna. 
Maria Poiala. 
Santa C. 



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GROUPS 149-145— ARCHITECTURE AS A FINE ART. 
Domingo Dalet. Enrique Maria Repulle& 

SWEDEN. 

GROUP 139— SCULPTURE. 

W. Ackerman. Christian Eriksson. Per Hasselber]^. 

GROUP 140— OIL PAINTINGS. 

Nils Kreuger. Ida von Schultzenheim. A. Jungstedt. 

Carl Tradgardh. Carl H. Nordstrom. O. Arborelius. 

Alf. Wallander. A. Schaltzberg. Carl Larsson. 

Bruno Liljefors. O. Bjork. Prince Eugene. 

GROUP 141— WATER COLORS. 
Carl Larsson. Karl Kjellin. 

FROM GROUP 144r-PASTELS. 
Prince Eugene. 

FROM GROUP 144— BLACK AND WHITE. 
Bruno Liljefors. 

FROM GROUP 14a-ETCHING. 
F. Boberg. A. H. Haig. 

SWITZERLAND. 

GROUP 140~OIL PAINTINGS. 

Panorama of the Swiss Bernese Oberlande. 
Alps. 

TURKEY. 

GROUP 140— OIL PAINTINGS. 
Hamdi Bey. 

VENEZUELA. 

GROUP 140— OIL PAINTINGS. 

A. Herrera Toro. Artino Michelema. Cbistobal Rojas. 



NON-COMPETITORS FOR AWARDS. 



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NON-COMPETITORS FOR AWARDS. 



Works by the following artists in the United States section were 

NOT examined by THE BOARD OP JUDGES. ThB ArTISTS WHOSE 

names are marked with the * were members of the board of 
Judges. Others in the list particularly specified when sending 
works that their productions were not entered for examin- 
ation for awards. 



CONTRIBUTORS OF SCULPTURE. 



♦Olin L. Warner. 
^Daniel C French. 



♦Frederick E. Triebel. *Johannes Gelert. 
Paul W. Bartlett. Douglas Tilden. 



CONTRIBUTORS OF OIL PAINTINGS. 



Henry Alexander. 
W. S. Allen. 
W. T. Amsden. 
William J. Baer. 
£dward A. Bell. 
Enella Benedict. 
R. A. Blakelock, 
Carle J. Blenner. 
Frank M. Boggs. 
Joseph H. Boston. 
F. A. Bridgman. 

B. Bristol. 

Appleton Brown. 

G. Brown, 
^latilda^ Brown. 
Mrs. Bush-Brown. 
George B. Butler. 
Mary Buttles. 
Carleton T. Chapman. 
♦William M. Chase. 
Rose Clark. 
Walter Clark. 
B- W. Clinedinst. 
Elizabeth R. Cof n. 
Geo. W. Cohen. 
Mrs. Charlotte B. Coman, 
Lucy S. Conant. 
ganger I. Couse. 



Lock wood de Forest. 
M. F. H. deHaas. 
♦Frederick Dielman. 

iulia Dillon, 
^auline A. Dohn. 
Mattie Dub6. 
Frant Dvorak. 
C. Harry Eaton. 
Chas. Warrtn Eaton. 
Lydia F. Emmett. 

toe Evans, 
-ucia Fairchild. 
Wm. Baily Faxon. 
Charles Noel Flagg. 
Mary B. O. Fowler. 
John A. Eraser. 
Elizabeth Gardner. 
Rosalie L. Gill. 
C. A. Green. 
Frank Russell Green. 
Lilian Greene. 
Edward Grenet. 
John J. Hammer. 
Charles X. Harris. 
T. T. Harwood. 
Ida C. Haskell. 
C. Coventry Haynes. 
G, P. A. Healy. 



Edward L. Henry. 
Albert Herter. 
George Hetzel. 
Roswell S. Hill. 
Sarah Levis Hippie. 
Edith M. Howes. 
Benoni Irwin. 
Samuel Isham. 
Humphreys Johnston. 
Mrs.Dora Wheeler Keith. 
Susan M. Ketcham. 
James S. King. 
Robert Koehler. 
♦John LaFarge. 
Ella Condi e Lamb. 
Chester Loomis. 
Joseph Lyman. 
♦George W. Maynard. 
Anna Lea Merritt. 
Charles H. Miller. 
Robert C. Minor. 
H. Humphrey Moore. 
Edward Moran. 
Walter Nettleton. 
Mrs. Marie Guise New- 
comb. 
♦J. C. NicoU. 
Charles Sprague Pearce. 



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NON-COMPETITORS FOR AWARDS. 



F. W. Ramsdell. 
John Willard Raught. 
F. K. M. Rehn. 
Wm. J. Rice. 
Edward F. Rook. 
Alexander Schilling. 
Jeannette Scott. 
Annie B. Shepley. 
Thomas W, Shields. 
♦Walter Shirlaw. 
Emily Slade. 
DeCost Smith. 



Henry P. Smith. 
F. W. Stokes, 
John R. Strickler. 
George Taggart. 
Stacv Tolman. 
A. Van Briffgle. 
Kruseman Van Elten. 
L. S. VanGorder. 
.H. A. Vincent 
Laurie Wallace. 
A. A. Wigand. 
Wm. Woodward. 



E. M. Woolfolk. 
♦Thomas Allen. 
*H. F. Farnjr. 
*R. Swain Gifford. 
♦Thomas Hovenden, 
♦Gari Melchers. 
♦Frank D. Millet. 
♦Emily Sartain. 
♦W. Whittredge. 
♦Carl Marr. 



CONTRIBUTORS OF WATER COLORS. 



Edwin A. Abbey. 
Wm. Verplanck Bimey. 
M. R. Bradbury. 
Christine S. Bredin. 
Edward C. Cabot. 
Carlton T. Chapman. 
Samuel Colman. 
Lucy S. Conant. 
Charles C. Curran. 
Percival DeLuce. 



Allen Sturgis Dixey, 
C. Harry Eaton. 
Charles Warren Eaton. 
Ben Foster. 
John A. Eraser. 
W. Hamilton Gibson. 
Edward L. Henry. 
Joseph Lauber. 
Charles Mente. 
♦J. C. NicoU. 



Leonard Ochtman. 
Caroline W. Pitkin. 
J. J. Redmond. 
F. K. M. Rehn. 
Walter Satterlee. 
Alex. Schilling. 
Mrs. E. M. Scott. 
Alice atackpole. 
William Walton. 



CONTRIBUTORS OF MISCELLANEOUS DRAWINGS. 



J. W. Alexander. 
K. B. Birch. 
E. H. Blashfield. 
Robt. F. Bl«odgood. 
Horace Bradley. 
M. J. Bums, 
Ken yon Cox. 
Herbert Denman. 
G. W. Edwards. 
John A. Eraser. 

iohn J. Hammer, 
loward Helmick. 
George Hitchcock. 



W. H. Hyde. 

E. W. Kemble. 
♦F. D. Millet. . 
Wilson deMeza. 

F. M. S. Pape. 
Alfred Parsons. 
Harper Perihington. 
V. Perard. 
Theodore Robinson. 
W A. Rogers. 
Henry Sandham. 
♦Walter Shirlaw. 



Frank O. Small. 
F. Hopkinson Smith. 
Albert E. Sterner. 
W. Taber. 
Charles Jay Taylor. 
W. L. Taylor. 
Ernest E. Thompson. 
Bayard H. Tyler. 
J5. W. Van Schaick. 
R. J. Wickenden. 
IrvmK R. Wiles. 
J. D. Woodward. 



CONTRIBUTORS OF PASTELS. 



W. R. Allan. 
Martha G. Binney. 
J. Wells Champney. 



♦William M. Chase. 
Chas. Warren Eaton. 
Alice M. Reynolds, 



Julius L. Stewart. 
. H. Twachtroan. 



Department K-Fine Arts 



UNITED STATES SECTION 



THE NUMBERS TO WHICH THIS CATALOGUE REFERS 

ARE PRINTED IN RED. 

MANY OF THESE WORKS ARE FOR SALE. 
PRICES WILL BE GIVEN AT THE DESK IN GALLERY NO. 1. 



Group 139— Sculpturl 

north court— numbers 1 TO 99, INCLUSIVE. 

THE NUMBERING BEGINS AT CENTER OF THE NORTH END OF THE NORTH COURT. 

1. Dallin, C E. (Paris, France) The Signal of Peace. (Bronze equestrian 

statue.) 

2. Bringhurst, Robert P. (St. Louis) Faun — Fragment of a Fountain. 

(Plaster.) (West of doorways.) 

3. Tilden, Douglas (Paris). Base-ball Player. (Plaster.) 

4. Calder, A. Stirling (Philadelphia.) Cordelia. (Plaster bust.) 

5. NiehauB, C. H. (New York) Historical Door for Trinity Church, New 

York. (Plaster.) The panels represent: (1) Hendrick Hudson dis- 
covering Manhattan Island; (2) Barclay preaching to the IndianSj 
(3) Washington entering St. Paul's after his Inauguration; (4) Conse- 
cration of the four Bishops, 1832; (5) Consecration of Trinity Church; 
(6) Dedication of the Reredos in Trinity Church, 1877. 

6. Griffith, J. Milo (Chicago). Nubian Captive. (Plaster.) 

7. Warner, Olin L. (New York) Diana Reclining. (Plaster statuette.) 

8. Bradley, Amy Aldis (Boston). Daughter of the Pharaohs. (Plaster 

bust.) 

9. Griffith, J. Milo (Chicago). Study of a Female Head. (Marble medal- 

lion.) 

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ko. Mills, J. Harrison (New York). Portrait medallion. (Plaster.) 

ti. Niehaus, C. H. (New York) Athlete. (Plaster.) 

13. Ruggles, Theo Alice (Boston). A New England Fisherman. (Plaster 
bust.) 

13. Ruggles, Theo Alice (Boston). On the Banks of the Oise. (Bronze.) 

14. Powers, Preston (Denver, Col.). Romola de *Bardi. (Marble bust.) 

15. Partridge, William Ordway (Milton, Mass.). Head of Christ. (Marble.) 
x6. Tilden, Douglas (Paris, Frajice). Young Acrobat. (Bronze.) 

X7. Wesselhoeft, F. G. (Cambridge, Mass.) African Head. (Plaster.) 

<8. Partridge, William Ordway (Milton, Mass.). Plaster replica of statue 

of Shakespeare for Lincoln Park, Chicago. 
ig. Tilden, Douglas (Paris, France). Tired Boxer. (Plaster.) 
ao. Bissell, George £. (New York) John Watts, last Royal Recorder of 

New York, and founder of the Leake and Watts Orphan House. 

(Bronze.) 
ax. Boyle, J. J. (Chicago) Tired Out. (Bronze.) (Y torn cire perdue,) (West 

of center of Court) 

22. Wesselhoeft, F. G. (Cambridge, Mass.) Titania and Bottom. (Midsum- 

mer Night's Dream.) (Plaster.) 

23. Whitney, Anne (Boston) Roma. (Plaster.) 

24. Wucrtz, Emil H. (Chicago) The Murmur of the Sea. (Plaster.) 

25. Kemeys, Edward (Chicago). American Black Bear. 

26. Elwell, F.Edwin (New York). Charles Dickens and Little Nell. (Bronze.) 
97. Kemeys, Edward (Chicago). Battle of the Bulls. 

28. Gelert, J. (Chicago) The Little Architect. (Plaster group.) 

29. Loeher, Aloys (Chicago). Bust of Mrs. Jessie Bartlett Davis. (Marble.) 

Lent by Mr. William Davis, Chicago. 

30. Partridge, William Ordway (Milton, Mass.). Madonna. (Plaster.) 

31. Griffith, J. Milo (Chicago). Sabrina, Goddess of the Severn. (Marble.) 

32. Ball, Thomas (Florence, Italy). Portrait of a Lady. (Plaster bust.) 

33. Brooks, Caroline S. (New York) Lady Godiva Returning. (Relief in 

marble.) 

34. Brooks, Caroline S. (New York) "La Rosa" (Vanderbilt group). 

(Marble.) 

35. Zearing, H. H. (Chicago) Bas-relief of Abraham Lincoln. (Bronze.) 

36. Warner, Olin L. (New York) Medallion of Joseph, Chief of the Ner 

Perces Indians. (Bronze.) 

37. Volk, Leonard W. (Chicago) Bust of Colonel Herbert A. Hascall, U. S. A. 

(Marble.) Presented to West Point Military Academy by Mrs. Mary 
C. Hascall. 

38. Brooks, Caroline S. (New York) Lady Godiva. (Marble.) 

39. Brooks, Caroline S. (New York) The Dreaming lolanthe. (Relief in 

marble.) 

40. Volk, Leonard W. (Chicago) Bust of a Lady. (Marble.) 

41. Partridge, W^illiam Ordway (Milton, Mass.). Portrait bust of a Lady. 

(Marble.) 

42. Rogers, John (New York). Statue of Abraham Lincoln seated. 

(Plaster.) 



UNITED STATES — NORTH COURT— SCULPTURE. 2^ 

* 

43. Clarke, Thomas Shields (Pittsburg). The Cider Press: a Fountain. 

(Bronze group.) 

44. Kemeys, Edward (Chicago). American Panther and her Cubs. 

45. Partridge, William Ordway (Milton, Mass.). Plaster replica of the 

statue of Alexander Hamilton for the Hamilton Club, Brooklyn. (West 
of center of Court.) 

46. Tilden, Douglas (Paris, France). Indian Bear Hunt. (Bronze.) 



GLASS CASE CONTAINING WORKS BY EDWARD KEMEYS. 

47. Kemeys, Edward (Chicago). Old Ephriam. (On top of case.) 

48. Kemeys, Edward (Chicago). Fighting Panther and Deer. 

49. Kemeys, Edward (Chicago). After the Feast 

50. Kemeys, Edward (Chicago). Texan Bull and Jaguars. 
5x. Kemeys, Edward (Chicago). American Bison. 

52. Kemeys, Edward (Chicago). Jaguar and Boa-constrictor. 

53. Kemeys, Edward (Chicago). American Bay Lynx. 



54. Kemeys, Edward (Chicago). Grappling His Game. 

55. Coz, Charles B. (Philadelphia) American Buffalo. (Bronze.) 

56. Bush-Brown, H. K. (Newburgh, N. Y.) The Buffalo Hunt. (Plaster.) 

57. Kemeys, Edward (Chicago). The Still Hunt. 



GLASS CASE CONTAINING SPECIMENS OF ROOKWOOD POTTERY. 

(Made at the Rookwood Pottery, Cincinnati, O., U. S. A. Established 1880.) 
(The numbers are the Rookwood catalogue numbers.) 

51. Small vase in mottled blue and gray. 

52. Small vase in mottled green and gray. 

53. Small vase in mottled green and gray. 

56. Large vase, tiger-eye and rich red with design of blossoms. 

57. Tall vase, tiger-eye and rich red with design of crabs. 

58. Tall vase, tiger-eye and rich red with design of birds. 
60. Tankard, design after Griitzner. 

64. Large vase, orange and green with design of leaves. 

66. Small necked vase, mottled blue and chocolate 

67. Large vase, brown and choice tiger-eye with design of crabs. 

68. Vase, tiger-eye and rich brown )vith design of branch. 

69. Vase, metallic lustre, bronze effect, with design of berries. 

70. Vase, black and tiger-eye with design of poppies. 

71. Small vase, tiger-eye and rich brown with design of birds. 

72. Jug, tiger eye and chocolate, design of fishes. 

78. Small necked jug, red bronze metallic lustre, design of wild 
rose. 

74. Tall vase, green mto brown with head of Japanese girl, 

75. Vase, mahogany red with design of Indian totems. 



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76. Tall vase, orange and pale green with design of birds of para- 

Tt. Small vase, mottled green, red ana gray. 

78. Jug, kiln freak, brown and gray, design of flowers. 

79. Small vase, tiger-eye and brown with design of pine and moon. 

80. Vase, brown and green with design of pine and butterfly, 

81. Vase, mahogany color, design, a lion's head. Decorated by 

Mrs. M. L. Storer, founder of the pottery. 

82. Slender vase, yellow and brown with design of nuts and leaves, 

ON TOP OF GLASS CASE OF POTTERY. 

roer, Olin L. (New York) Rosalie Olin Warner. {Bronze bust) 
ray, Samuel (Philadelphia). Portrait bust of Walt Whitman, 
ronze.) Lent by Mr. Thomas B. Hatned. Philadelphia, 
gles, Theo Alice (Boston). Portrait bust of an Italian Child. (Bronie.) 
ray, Samuel (Philadelphia). Study of a Child's Head. (Bronze.) 

ner, William G. (Florence, Italy) A Dream. (Marble bust.) 

ner, William G. (Florence, Italy) Fisherman's Daughter. (Marble.) 

in, C. E. (Paris, France) Portrait bust of Dr. I. F. Hamilton. (Mar- 

e.) Lent by Mrs. Fidelia B. Hamilton, Salt Lake City. 

r, Ida (Denver, Col.). Left of Paradise. (Bas-relief In plaster.) 

imoud, Jane Nye (Boston). A medallion. (Plaster.) 

e, Leonard W. (Chicago) Portrait of the" late Col. Wm. Hale 

liompson. (Marble bust.) Lent by Mrs. W. H. Thompson, Chicago. 

ue, James A. (Denver, Col.). Wounded Buffalo. (Plaster.) 

ner, William G. (Florence, Italy) Rhoda. (Marble statuette.) 

fly, Charles (Philadelphia). A Bad Omen. (Plaster.) 

Dks, Carrie L. (Chicago). Enid. (Head of a Child in plaster.) Lent 

' Mr. Watkins, Chicago. 

aey, Luella (Rome, Italy). Portrait of Edith Van Buren. (Marble 

ist.) 

■tiny, Philip (New York). Portrait bust of a Child. (Plaster.) 

och, Daniel C. (New York) Bust of A. Bronson Alcott. (Bronze.) 

ney, Luella (Rome, Italy). Portrait bust of a Lady. (Marble.) 

Lina, Herbert (Brooklyn). St. Agnes' Eve. (Plaster bust, colored.) 

NUMBERS 77 AND 78 ARE OM ONE PEDESTAL. 

tlett, Paul W. (Paris, France) Medallion portrait of the Rev. Dr. 

homas H. Skinner. (Marble.) 

tridge, William Ordway (Milton, Mass.). The Summer Night. (Re- 

li In marble.) 

ler, A. Stirling (Philadelphia). Boy with Ribbon. (Plaster.) 

ctor. A, Phimister (New York). Polar Bear — cast of original study for 

[e size figure on bridge. World's Columbian Exposition. 

ctor, A. Phimister (New York), Polar Bear— cast of original study 

or life size figure on bridge. World's Columbian Exposition, 



UNITED STATES— NORTH COURT — SCULPTURE. 2$ 

83. Partridge, William Ordway (Milton, Mass.). Nearing Home. (Marble 
bust.) 

83. Triebel, Frederick E. (Florence, Italy) Bust of the Rev; Edwin B. Rus- 

sell. (Marble.) Lent by the Rev. E. B. Russell, New York. 

84. Bail, Thomas (Florence, Italy )^ Paul Revere. (Equestrian statuette in 

bronze.) 

85. Proctor, A. P. (New York) Panther, (Bronze.) 

86. Triebel, Frederick E. (Florence, Italy) Bust of Gen. John A. Logan. 

(Marble.) 

87. Powers, Preston (Denver). The Closing Era. (Bronze.) 

88. Thompscm, }. S. (Chicago) Head of a Cow-boy in bas-relief. (Marble.) 

89. Turner, William G. (Florence, Italy) The Herald of Peace. (Bronze 

statue from cire perdue.) 

90. Triebel, Frederick E. (Florence, Italy) Love Knows no Caste. (Marble.) 

Lent by Mrs. Joseph B. Greenhut, Peoria, 111. 

91. Triebel, Frederick E. (Florence, Italy) Mysterious Music, (Bronze.) 

92. Taft, Lorado (Chicago) Portrait bust of Susan B. Anthony (marble.) 

93. Gelcrt, J. (Chicago) The Struggle for Work, (A group of figures in 

plaster, represented as contending for a work ticket thrown from a 
factory window.) 

94. White, Alfred (Paris, France), Portrait of Monsieur M. (Plaster,) 

95. Kretschmar, Howard (Chicago). Tantalus, (Plaster,) 

96. Bachmann, Max (Boston). The Son of Man. (Plaster.) 

97. Copp, Ellen Rankin (Chicago). Relief portrait of Miss Harriet Monroe. 

(Bronze.) 

98. Warner, Olin L. (New York) Model for a Caryatid. (Plaster.) 

99. Hammond, Jane Nye (Boston). Lucie. (Bronze relief.) 

IN PASSAGE TO EAST COURT— NUMBERS 100 TO 109, INCLUSIVE. 

100. Bradley, Amy Aldis (Boston). Bust of a Boy. (Plaster.) 

xoi. Partridge, William Ordway (Milton, Mass.). Portrait of Edward 

Everett Hale. (Bronze bust.) 
f02. Gushing, Robert (New York). Bust of Cardinal McCloskey. (Bronze.) 
103. Baur, Theodore (New York). Panel of Joseph Jefiferson as Rip Van 

Winkle, Bob Acres, and Dr. Pangloss. (Bronze.) 
X04. Kitson, Henry H. (Boston) Christ Crucified. (Plaster.) 
X05. Lindstrom, August (Chicago). Bust of John Ericsson. (Plaster.) 
X06. Partridge, William Ordway (Milton, Mass.). Bust of James Russell 

LowelL (Plaster.) 
107. Cohen, Katherine A. (Paris, France) Bust of Henry Souther. (Plaster.) 
X08. Potter, Bessie O. (Chicago). Portrait of Prof. David Swing. (Plaster 

bust.) Lent by Mr. J. I. Pearce, Chicago). 
X09. Ball, Thomas (Florence, Italy), Portrait of a Gentleman. (Plaster bust.) 

ROTUNDA— NUMBERS no TO 127, INCLUSIVE. 

zxo. Ball, Thomas (Florence, Italy). Colossal Statue of Washington, (Bronze.) 
Lent by Mr. E. F, Searles, Methuen, Mass. (In center of Rotunda.) 



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ziz. Ball, Thomas (Florence, Italy). Christ and the Little Child. (Marble.) 

Lent by Mr. E. F. Searles, Methuen, Mass. 
1X2. Elwell, F. Edwin (New York). Intellect Dominating Brute Force; or 

Diana and the Lion. (Marble.) 
X13. Triebcl, Frederick E. (Florence) The First Fish. (Marble.) 
1 14. Adams, Herbert (Brooklyn). Primavera. (Marble bust.) 
1x5. Bringhurst, Robert P. (St. Louis) Awakening of Spring. (Terra cotta.) 
1x6. Adams, Herbert (Brooklyn). Portrait bust of a Lady. (Marble.) 
XX7. Kitson, Henry H. (Boston) Portrait bust. (Marble.) Owned by Mrs. 

Ruggles, Boston. 
1x8. Kitson, Henry H. (Boston) Music of the Sea. (Bronze.) Owned by 

Mrs. D. P. Kimball, Boston. 
XX9. Bartlett, Paul W. (Paris, France) Bust of Mrs. P. (Marble.) 
X20. Ruckstuhl, F. Wellington (New York). Evening. (Marble.) 
X2X. Rohl-Smith, Carl (Chicago). Mato Wanartaka (Kicking Bear), Chief of 

the Sioux. (Plaster bust.) 
122. Hartley, J. S. (New York) Pan. (Bronze group.) Lent by Dr. Fiske, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
X23. Grafly, Charles (Philadelphia). Daedalus. (Bronze.) Lent by the Penn- 
sylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia. 
124. Bartlett, Paul W. (Paris, France) Bohemian and Bears, tf^laster.) 
X25. Hyatt, Harriet Randall (Boston). Head of Laughing Girl. (Plaster.) 
X26. Ruggles, Theo Alice (Boston). Young Orpheus. (Plaster.) 
X27. Bachmann, Max (Boston). Bust of Miss O. (Plaster.) Owned by Dr. 

Oki, Boston. 

WEST COURT— NUMBERS 128 TO 146, INCLUSIVE. 

X28. Peterson, George D. (Chicago) Tiger at Bay. (Plaster.) 

X29. Donoghue, John (London, England). The Young Sophocles Leading the 

Chorus of Victory After the Battle of Salamis. (Plaster.) 
X30. Donoghue, John (London, England). Kypros. (Plaster.) 
X3X. Donoghue, John (London, England). Hunting Nymph. (Plaster.)- 
X32. Bartlett, Paul W. (Paris, France) The Ghost Dance (study of the nude). 

(Plaster.) 

ON LARGE SCREEN — EAST SIDE. 

X33. Potter, Bessie O. (Chicago) Portrait in relief. (Plaster.) Lent by Mr. 

MacGillivray, Chicago.) 
X34, Partridge, William Ordway (Milton, Mass.). A Dream. (Marble.) 
135. Prcscott, Katherine (Boston). Joy to the New Year, Peace to the Old. 

(Plaster medallion.) 
X36. Bachmann, Max (Boston). Mrs. F. Sheldon. (Plaster bas-relief.) 
X37, Camion, H. Legrand (New York). Bas-relief of Elizabeth Mary Cannon. 

(Bronze.) 
X38. Warner, Olin L. (New York) Bronze medallions of Columbia River 

Indians. 

(a) N-che-askire, Chief of the Coeur d'Alenes (I). 
(d) Seltice, Chief of the Coeur d'Alenes (II). 



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{c) Moses Sulk-tash-Kosha (The Half Sun), Chief of th&Okinokans 

(d) Ya-tin-ee-ah-witz (Poor Crane), Chief of the Cayuses. 

(e) "Lot," Chief of the Spokanes. 
{/) Young Chief, Cayuse Indian. 

{^) Sabina— Kash-Kash's Daughter — A Cayuse, age fourteen. 

139. Fjelde, Jakob (Minneapolis, Minn.). Bas-relief of Bert Harwood. 

(Plaster.) 

140. Griffith, J. Milo (Chicago). Dawn. (Marble medallion.) 

141. Bachmaim, Max (Boston). Portrait, bas-relief. (Plaster.) 



142. Tricbel, Frederick E. (Florence, Italy) Savonarola. (Plaster bas- 

relief.) (On North end of screen.) 

143. Prcscott, Katherine (Boston). Ralph Waldo Emerson. (Bronze me- 

dallion.) (On North end of Screen.) 

144. Triebel, Frederick E. (Florence, Italy) Donatello. (Plaster bas-relief.) 

(On South end of screen.) 
Z45. French, Daniel C. (New York) The Angel of Death and the Sculptor. 
(Plaster.) (West side of Screen.) 

146. Kitson, Henry H. (Boston) The Age of Stone. (Plaster.) (Facing No. 145.) 

GALLERY 7— NUMBERS 147 AND 148. 

Z47. Borglosn, J. Gurtzon (Los Angeles, Cal.). Indian Scouts. (Bronze.) 

148. Griffith, J. Milo (Chicago). Coursing during the time of Queen Elizabeth. 

(Bronze.) 

GALLERY 38— NUMBERS 149 TO x6o, INCLUSIVE. 

THE NUMBERING BEGINS AT THE LEFT OF THE ENTRANCE. 

149. Gelert, J. (Chicago) Theseus, Victor over the Minotaur. (Bronze 

statuette.) 

150. Hartley, J. S. (New York) Bust of William Conant Church. (Bronze.) 

Lent by Col. W. C. Church, New York. 

151. Rohl-Smith, Carl (Chicago). Bust of Henry Watterson. (Bronze.) 

Lent by Mrs. Henry Watterson, Louisville. 

152. Gelert, J. (Chicago) Bust of Abraham Lincoln, heroic size. (Plaster.) 

153. Varncy, Luella (Rome, Italy). Mark Twain. (Bronze bust.) 

154. 0*Donovan, William Russell (New York). Bust of Thomas Eakins. 

(Bronze.) 

155. O'Donovan, William Russell (New York). Bust of R. Swain Gifford. 

(Bronze.) 

156. Fjelde, Jakob (Minneapolis, Minn.). Bust of Judge Nelson. (Bronze.) 

Lent by U. S. District Court, St. Paul. 

157. Warner, Olin L. (New York) Bust of Mozart, heroic, for a public 

fountain in Portland, Ore. (Plaster.) 

158. Hartley, J. S. (New York) John Gilbert .^s Sir Peter Teazle. (Bronze.) 

159. Warner, Olin L. (New York) Portrait of J. Alden Weir. (Bronze 

bust.) 
160.. Ciani, Vittorio A. (New York) A Cavalier. (Bronze statuette.) 



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Group 140— Oil Paintings. 

The visitor to the United States section who desires to make a study of 
American Painting should begin with the "Retrospective Exhibit/* which gives 
a review of American painting from its beginning to the year 1876. Most of 
the artists who achieved prominence prior to 1876, and who are now de- 
ceased, are represented by as characteristic examples of their work as could 
be secured. 

The numbering of the paintings in the United States section begins, there- 
fore, in the "Retrospective" gallery, which, in the plan, is numbered "4." 

It may be mentioned that the oldest picture in the collection is the large 
canvas by Smybert, No. 212, hanging on the center of the East wall. Smybert 
was the first artist painting in this country of whoni we have both record and 
examples. Following the Smybert, the earliest pictures, in the order of their 
production, are No. 256, by Jonathan B. Blackburn; No. 286. by Robert 
Edge Pine; Nos. 203 and 249, by John Singleton Copley; Nos. 210 and 
2n, by Benjamin West; No. 167, by Charles Willson Peale; No. 197, 
by James Peale; No. 245, by Wertmuller, and nine paintings by Gilbert 
Stuart— hanging "on the line," on the East wall. A particularly noteworthy 
painting, No. 254, by Matbew H. Jouett, hangs on the line in the center of 
the West wall. 

The numbering begins at the left side of the North wall, as one enters the 
gallery through the doorway in the Northeast comer of gallery 3. 



GALLERY 4— OIL PAINTINGS. 

RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBIT 
OF AMERICAN PAINTING 

NUMBERS 161 TO 268, INCLUSIVE 

NORTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 3. 
(The dates siven «re of the birth and death of the Artists.) 

x6x. liottxit, William Sidney (1807-1868). The Power of Music. Lent by 

the Century Association, New York. 
xte. Savage, Edward (1761-1817). Portrait of Robert Morris. (Panel, painted 

in Philadelphia, 1790.) Lent by Mrs. Armine Nixon Hart, Rosemont, 

Montgomery Co., Pa. 



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163. Suliy, Thomas (1783-1872). Portrait of Chief Justice John Marshall. 

(Painted in Richmond, Va., 1829 or 1880.) Lent by Miss Fanny M. 

Cole, Culpeper, Va. 
^64. Page, William (1811-1856). Portrait of the Artist. Lent by Mr. W. S. 

Page, Staten Island, N. Y. 
16$. Newton, Gilbert Stuart (1797-1835). The Importunate Author. Illus- 
trating Act 3, Scene 2, of Moliere*s Femmes-Savantes. (Painted in 

London, 1822.) Lent by Mr. Edward Newton Perkins, Jamaica Plain, 

Boston. 
x66. McEntee, Jervis (182&-1890). The Shower of Gold. Lent by Mr. S. D. 

Coykendall, Rondout, N. Y. 
i^. Peale, Charles Willson (1741-1827). Portrait of Angelica Peale. (Bust 

facing to left.) Lent by Mr. Clarence Winthrop Bowen, New York. 
z68. McEntee, Jervis (1828-1890). Eastern Sky at Sunset. Lent by Mr. 

Thomas B. Clarke, New York. 
169. Peale, Rembrandt (1776-1860). Portrait of Bemardin de St Pierre. 

(Painted in 1808.) Lent by the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, 

D. C. 



8IXTBBN MINIATURES IN LARGE FRAME. (GROUP 149.) 

17D. Freenuui, George. Portrait of Mrs. Blight. Lent by Mr. Robert Fulton 
Blight, Philadalphia. 

171, Ingham, C. C. (1797-1863) Portrait of Mrs. Robert Fulton (Harriet Liv- 
ingston). (Painted in London.) Lent by Mr. Robert Fulton Blight, 
Philadelphia. 

X72. Artist unknown. Portrait of Robert Fulton. (Painted in London, after 
Benjamin West.) Lent by Mr. Robert Fulton Blight, Philadelphia. 

173. Field, Robert ( 1807). Portrait of George Washington. Lent by 

Mrs. Louisa Lear Eyre, Philadelphia. 

174. Joaett, Mathew H. (178S-1826) Portrait of General Charles Scott Lent 

by Miss M. A. Burnley, Frankfort, Ky. 

175. Cnshman, George Hewitt (1814-1876). Portrait of John Wetherill. Lent 

by Miss Rachel Wetherill, Philadelphia. 

176. Malbone, Edward G. (1777-1807) Portrait of Mrs. William Dana (Eliza 

Davis) of Boston, daughter of Major Robert Davis of the Revolution- 
ary Army. (Painted from life between 1790 and 1800.) Lent by Gen. 
Charles W. Darling, Utica, N. Y. 

177. Malbone, Edward G. (1777-1807) Portrait of William Dana, of Boston. 

(Painted from life between 1790 and 1800.) Lent by Gen. Charles W. 
Darling, Utica, N. Y. (Nos. 176 and 177 in double frame.) 

178. Field, Robert ( ^1807). Portrait of John McKee. (Painted in Phila- 

delphia, 1798.) Lent by Mrs. John E. Younglove, Bowling Green, Ky. 

179. Cnshman, George Hewitt (1814-1876). Portrait of Martha Wetherill. 

Lent by the Misses Cushman, Philadelphia. 
ito. Robertson, Archibald (1765-1885). Portrait of George Washington. 
(Painted from life at the Presidential Mansion, 1791-1792.) Lent by 
Mrs. Charl^ W. Darling and Mrs. S. M. Mygatt (grand-daughters of 
the Artist), Utica, N. Y. 



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i8x. Ramage, John ( 1794). Portrait of George Washington. (Painted in 

1783.) Lent by Mrs. M. S. Beach. Peekskill, N. Y. 
xfia. Robertson, Archibald (1765-1835). Portrait of Martha Washington. 

(Painted from life in the Presidential Mansion, 1791-1792.) Lent by 

Mrs. Charles W. Darling and Mrs. S. M. Mygatt (grand-daughters of 

the Artist), Utica, N. Y. 

183. SUigg, Richard M. (1817-1881) Portrait of Washington Allston. 

(Replica of portrait painted from life in 1841.) Lent by Mrs. Richard 
M. Staigg, Boston. 

184. Toolcy, James, Jr. ( ) Portrait of Edward P. MitchelL (Painted in 

St. Louis about 1835.) Lent by Mr. James T. Mitchell, Philadelphia. 

185. Wood, Joseph (1798-1816). Thomas Apthorp Cooper as Hamlet. Lent 

by Mr. George Trott, Philadelphia. 



OIL PAINTINGS. 

186. Neagle, John (179ft-1865). Portrait of Vice-President Richard M. John- 

son. Lent by the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C. 

187. Stanley, L. C. ( ) Trial of Red Jacket Lent by Mr. L. C. Stanley. 

x88. Eastman, Seth (1808-1875). Ball-playing among the Sioux Indians. 

(Painted in 1857.) Lent by the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, 
D. C. 

189. Catlin, George (1793-1875). Indians Lassoing Wild Horses in North- 

ern Texas. (Painted in 1833.) Lent by Mr. Blaine Donaldson, Phila- 
delphia. 

190. Doughty, Thomas (1793-1856). Twilight. (Painted in 1814.) Lent by 

Mr. George B. Wood, Philadelphia. 

191. Page, William (1811-1885). Portrait of Mrs. Page. Lent by Mr. W. S. 

Page, Staten Island, New York. 

192. Staigg, Richard M. (1817-1881) Portrait of a Child. Lent by Mr. Will- 

iam F. M^tchett, Boston. 

193. Hamilton, James (1819-1878). Philae on the Nile. (Painted in Phila- 

delphia, 18C2.) Lent by Mrs. Mary E. Donaldson, Philadelphia. 

194. Baker, Georg'> A. (1821-1880) Ideal Head. (Painted in 1865.) Lent by 

the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C. 

195. Johnston, John B. The New-born Calf. Lent by the Museum of Fine 

Arts, Boston. 

196. Waldo, Samuel (1783-1861). Portrait of G. W. Parke Custis. Lent by 

the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C. 

197. Pcale, James (1749-ia*31). Portrait of John Morris. (Painted in Phila- 

delphia, about 1815.) Lent by Mr. Morris Sellers, Chicago. 

198. Mount, William Sidney (1807-1808). The Long Story Painted in 1837.) 

Lent by the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C. 

X99. Holloway, T. Engraving from the portrait of Benjamin West as Presi- 
dent of the Royal Academy. (Painted by himself.) (See No. 210.) 
Lent by Mr. Clarence Winthrop Bowen, New York. 

aoo. Leslie, Chadcs R. (1794-1859) Portrait of Miss Kitty Haldaway. Lent 
by Mrs. Ada M. Miller, Millersburg, Ky. 




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EAST WALL. 

201. Wimar, Charles (1829-1863). Attack on an Emigrant Train. Lent by 

Mrs. Edgar Miller, St. Louis. 

202. Elliott, Charles L. (1812-1868) Portrait of Col. Thomas McKenney. 

Lent by the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C. 

203. Copley, John' Singleton (1738-1814). Portrait of Col. Epes Sargent. 

Lent by Mrs. George H. Clements, Boston. 
Trumbull, John (1756-1843). Portrait of Asher B. Durand. (Panel, 

painted in New York, 1820.) Lent by Mr. John Durand, Paris, France. 
Stuart, Gilbert (1755-1828). Portrait of Henry * Nicols, of Baltimore. 

(Painted in Boston.) Lent by Col. Thomas S. Rhett, Washington, 

D. C 

206. Bingham, George C. (1811*1879) The Jolly Flatboatmen. Lent by the 

Mercantile Library Association, St. Louis. 

207. Stuart, Gilbert (1755-1828). Portrait of Mrs. Samuel Smith. Lent by 

Dr. William Sturgis Bigelow, Boston. 

208. Vanderlyn, John (1775-1852). Portrait of James Monroe. (Painted in 

1816.) Lent by Mrs. M. Gouvemeur, Washington, D. C. 

209. Bingham, George C. (1811-1879) The Stump Speech. Lent by the Mer- 

cantile Library Association, St. Louis. 

210. West, Benjamin (1738-1820). Portrait of the Artist, as President of the 

Royal Academy (half length, seated, facing right, painted in London.) 

I«ent by Mr. Clarence Winthrop Bowen, New York. 
21Z. Pccle, John, Thomas (1822 ). Reception into Paradise. (Painted in 

1849.) Lent by Mr. C. B. Hume, Chicago. 
2za. Smybert, John (1684-1751). Bishop Berkeley and his Family. (Painted 

at Whitehall, 1729. Said to be the first painting produced in America 

containing more than one figure. The lady with the child is Mrs. 

Berkeley; the second lady is Miss Handcock; the secretary is Mr. 

Dalton; the gentleman behind the ladies is Mj. John MofiFat; the one 

standing at the left is Mr. Smybert.) Lent by Yale University, New 

Haven. 
213. Stnart, Gilbert (1755-1828). Portrait of Robert Young, of Virginia. 

Lent by Mr. John Russell Pope, Nfew York. 
2I4« Stuart, Gilbert (1755-1828). Portrait of George Washington. (Painted 

in Philadelphia, 1795.) Lent by Mr. Charles Henry Hart, Philadelphia. 
215. Stnart, Gilbert (1755-1828). Portrait of Counsellor Dunn. (Painted in 

America, 1795 or 1796.) Lent by Mr. Martin Brimmer, Boston. 
2x6. Stnart, Gilbert (1755-1828). Portrait of Col. John Tayloe. (Painted 

in 1804.) Lent by the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C. 

217. Stuart, Gilbert (1755-1828). Portrait of Mrs. John Tayloe. (Painted 

in 1804.) Lent by the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C. 

218. Bingham, George C. (1811-1879) The Election. (Painted in 1854.) Lent 

by the Mercantile Library Association, St. Louis. 
2x9. Gifiord, Sandford R. (1823-1880) Hunter's Mountain. Lent by Mr. J. W. 
Pinchot, New York. 
Bingham, George C. (1811-1879) Election Returns. Lent by the Mer- 
cantile Library Association, St. Louis. 



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Stuart, Gilbert (1755-1828). Portrait of Benjamin Lincoln Lear. Lent 

by Mrs. Louisa Lear Eyre, Philadelphia. 
Stuart, Gilbert (1755-1828). Portrait of Richard Bibb. Russcllville. Ky. 

(Painted in Philadelphia early in the present century.) Lent by 

Miss F. B. Crittenden, Frankfort, Ky. 
Malbone, Edward G. (1777-1807) Portrait of the Artist. Lent by the 

Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C. 

224. Neagle, John (1796-1865). Portrait of Rev. Joseph Pillmore. (Painted 

in 1822.) Lent by the St. George's Society, Philadelphia. 

225. Jarvis, John Wesley (1790-1839). Portrait of John Campbell. (Painted 

in New York.) Lent by Mrs. M. Gouvemeur, Washington, D. C. 

226. Cole, Joseph Foxcroft (1837-1892). Coast of Normandy Looking Toward 

Havre. Lent by Mrs. S. D. Warren, Boston. 

SOUTH WALL. 

227. Wright, Joseph (1756-1793). Portrait of Martha Washington (three- 

fourths length, seated, full face to left. See Bowen's Centenniel of 
Washington's Inauguration, pp. 457, 458). Lent by Mr. Clarence Win- 
throp Bowen, New York. 

228. Robinson, Thomas (1835-1888). Cattle Ploughing. Lent by the Museum 

of Fine Arts, Boston. 
5S9._Pnller, George (1822-1884). The Quadroon. Lent by Mrs. S. D. War- 
ren, Boston. 

230. Inman, Henry (1801-1846). Portrait of a Lady. Lent by Mr. R. Hall 

McCormick, Chicago. 

231. King, Charles B. (1786-1862) Tulce-Mathla, a Seminole Chief. (Painted 

in 1826.) Lent by Mr. Thomas Donaldson, Philadelphia. 

232. Nehlig, Victor (New York). Pocahontas Saving the Life of Captain John 

Smith. (This is the production of a living artist, and, as such, was not 
• selected as a portion of the retrospective exhibit. It has particularly 
harmonious environment, however, in this gallery.) 

233. FuUer, George (1822-1884). Original Study for "The Romany Girl." 

(Painted in Boston.) Lent by Mr. Thomas B. Clarke, New York. 

234. Allston, Washington (1779-1843). Paul and Silas in Prison. Lent by 

St. Louis Museum of Find Arts. 

235. Eichholtz, Jacob (1776-1842). Portrait of the Rev. John G. Heckeweldcr. 
. (Painted in 1822.) Lent by Mr. W. L. Elkins, Philadelphia. 

236. Pine, Robert Edge (1732-1788). Portrait of David Garrick. (Painted in 

London. 1772); Lent by Mr. Charles Henry Hart, Philadelphia. 

237. Fulton, Robert (1765-1815). Portrait of Joel Barlow. Lent by Mr. Peter 

T. Barlow, New York. 

238. Gray, Henry Peters (1819-1877). The Judgment of Paris. (Painted in 1861.) 

Lent by the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C. 

239. Tilton, John Rollin (1833-1888). Venetian Fishing Boats. (Painted in 

Rome.) Lent by the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C. 

240. Wright, Joseph (1756-1793). Portrait of George Washington (three- 

fourths length, seated, facing left, painted in 1790. See Bowen's 
"Centenniel of Washington's Inauguration," p. 545.) Lent by Mr. Clar- 
ence Winthrop Bowen, New York. 



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WEST WALL. 

241. McEntee, Jervis (1828-1890). The Clouds. Lent by Mr. S. D. Coyken- 

dall, Rondout, N. Y. 

242. Hunt, William M. (1824-1879) Niagara. Lent by Mrs. William M. 

Hunt, Boston. 

243. Cole, Thomas (1801-1848). Roman Aqueduct. Lent by Mr. Henry G. 

Marquand, New York. 

244. Mignot, Louis R. (1831-1870) Chimborazo. Lent by the Century Asso- 

ciation, New York. 

245. WcrtmuUer, Adolph Ulric (1750-1811). Danae. Lent by Mr. Daniel 

Morgan Taylor, Springfield, Mass. 

246. Wright, Joseph (1756-1793). Portrait of George Washington. Lent by 

Mr. Gideon L. McKean, Chicago. 

247. West, Benjamin (1738-1820). Expulsion from Eden. Lent by Mr 

Thomas B. Clarke, New York. 

248. Harding, Chester (1792-1866). Portrait of the Artist. (Painted in St. 

Louis, 1858.) Lent by Mr. Chester H. Crum, St. Louis. 

249. Copley, John Singleton (1738-1815). Portrait of Madam Boylston. Lent 

by Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 

250. Birch, Thomas (1779-1851). Mid-Ocean. Lent by Mr. S. Emlen Meigs, 

Philadelphia. 

251. Hunt, William M. (1824-1879) Marguerite. Lent by Mrs. Roland C. 

Lincoln, Boston. 

252. Allston, Washington (1779-1843). Danae and the . Shower of Gold. 

Lent by Mr. Thomas Donaldson, Philadelphia. 

253. Darrah, Mrs. Sophia Towne. On the Coast near New Bedford. Lent by 

Mrs. Roland C. Lincoln, 269 Beacon Street, Boston. 

254. Jouctt, Mathew H. (1783-1826) Portrait of John Grimes, Artist. 

(Painted in Lexington, Ky., about 1824.) Lent by Mr. R. Jouett Menefee, 
Louisville, Ky. 

255. Durand, Asher Brown (1796-1886). Landscape. Lent by Mr. Gouv- 

erneur Kemble, New York. 

256. Blackburn, Jonathan B. (Contemporary of Smybert) Portrait of Col. 

Jonathan Warner. (Painted in 1761.) Lent by the Museum of Fine 
Arts, Boston. 

257. Hunt, William M. (1824-1879) Boy and Butterfly. Lent by Mr. Richard 

M. Hunt, New York. 

258. Kensett, John F- (1818-1872) Landscape. Lent by the Century As- 

sociation, New York. 

259. Bispham,* Henry C. (1841-1882) French Cattle. Lent by Mr. William 

Bispham, New York. 

260. Allston, Washington (1779-1843). Rosalie. Lent by Mr. Nathan Apple- 

ton, Boston. ^ 

261. Irving, John Beaufain (1825-1877). Washington's Visit to General 

Rhann. Lent by Mr. Thomas B. Clarke, New York. 

262. Cole, Thomas (1801-1848). The Tornado. (Painted in 1831.) Lent by the 

Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D. Ci 



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263. Qiiartley, Arthur (1839-1886). Summer Morning, Isles of Shoals. Lent 

by the Union League Club, New York. 

264. Newton, Gilbert Stuart (1797-1835). Portrait of the Artist Lent by 

Mrs. Maria R. O. Dewing. 

265. Leslie, Charles R. (1794-1859) Uncle Toby and Widow Wadman. Lent 

by Mr. Gouvemeur Kemble, New York. 

266. Gignoux, Regis (1816-1892). Market Scene. Lent by the Century As- 

sociation, New York. 

267. Shaw, Joshua (1777-1860). Coast Scene. Lent by Mr. Thomas Don- 

aldson, Philadelphia. 

268. Weir, Robert W. (1808-1889) Taking the Veil. (Painted at West Point, 

N. Y., 1863.) Lent by Mrs. S. M. Weir. New York. 



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GALLERY 5-OIL PAINTINGS 

NUMBERS 269 TO 355, INCLUSIVE. . 

NORTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 4. 

269. Isham, Samuel (New York). Portrait of a Lady. 

270. Twachtman, J. H. (Greenwich, Conn.) Winter. 

271. Turner, C. Y. (New York) Saw Wood and Say Nothing. . 

272. Sewell, Robert, V. V. (New York) Diana Hunting. 

273. Greenwood, Joseph H. (Worcester, Mass.) Autumn Oaks. 

274. Peyraud, F. C. (Chicago) Evening. 

275. Hayden, Charles H. (Boston) Cattle and Landscape. 

276. Twachtman, J. H. (Greenwich, Conn.) Brook in Winter. 

277. Hovenden, Thomas (Plymouth Meeting, Pa.). Bringing Home the 

Bride. , 

278. Tarbeli, Edmund C. (Boston) Girl and Horse. 

279. Evans, Mrs. M. £. (New York) September Lane. 

280. Weir, J. Alden (New York). Summerland. 

281. Barnard, E. H. (Boston) Mid-day. 

28e. Scott, Frank Edwin (Paris, France). Parisian Street Scene. 

283. Piatt, Charles A. (New York) Winter Landscape. 

284. Bisbing, Henry S. (Paris, France) Afternoon in the Meadow. 

285. Rcid, Robert (New York). Portrait of Little Miss S. Lent by Mr j. :.. 

H. Stevens, New York. 

EAST WALL. 

286. Van Trump, Miss R. N. (Philadelphia) A Portrait. Miniature on ivory. 

(Group 142.) 

287. Norton, William E. (London, England) Mid-ChanneL 

288. Knight, Arthur (Milwaukee, Wis.). Moonrise in Brittany. 

289. Hale, Ellen Day (Boston). Under the Vine. 

290. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). Winter Sunset, Cape Cod. 

291. Du Mond, Frank Vincent (New York). Christ and the Fishermen. 

292. Hitchcock, George. The Scarecrow. 

293. Piatt, Charles A. (New York) Early Spring. 

294. Sharp, J. H. (Cincinnati) Going to the Race. 

295. Fisher, Mark (Stockbridge, England). Summer Afternoon. 

296. Munsell, Albert H. (Boston) The Sea. 

297. Evans, E. (Lehi, Utah) Harvest. 

298. Weir, J. Alden (New York). The Christmas Tree. 

299. Eaton, Charles Warren (New York). Woods in Winter. 

300. Dannatp Wm. T. (Paris, France) Spanish Women, 



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^ox. MacMonnies, Mary Fairchild (Paris, France). Tea al Fresco, 

500. Simmons, Edward £. (New York) Early Moonlight, Bay of St IveB. 

503. Hayden, Charles H. (Boston) Pasture Land, Connecticut 

304. Reid, Robert (New York). The Red Flower. 

305. Elwell, D. Jerome (Boston). Country of Calmpthout, Belgium. 

306. Theriat, C. J. (Paris, France) Banks of the Ain MHli. 

307. MacMonnies, Mary Fairchild (Paris, France). June Morning. Lent by 

the St. Louis Museum of Fine Arts. 

308. Heberer, Charles (St Louis). The End of November. 

309. Vonnoh, Robert W. (Philadelphia) Duxbury Bay. 

310. Cobb, Arthur Murray (Givemy, France). First Snow. 

311. Vonnoh, Robert W. (Philadelphia) Riva degli Schiavoni, Venice. 

312. Rehn, F. K. M. (New York) Where Waves and Sunshine Meet 
3x3. Baker, Ellen Kendall (Puteaux, France). Sans Souci. 

314. Hamilton, E. W. D. (Boston) Landscape. 

315. Enneking, John J. (Boston) Salting Sheep. 

SOUTH WALL. 

3x6. Wagner, Jacob (Boston). Over all the Trees is Rest 

3x7. Harrison, Alexander (Paris, France). Marine. 

3x8. Weeks, Edwin Lord (Paris, France). Persian Horse Dealers. 

3x9. trutherz, Carl (St. Paul). Arcessita ab Angelis. 

320. Turner, Ross (Salem, Mass.). Moonlight. 

32X. McCormick, M. Evelyn (San Francisco). Afternoon, Old San Luis Rey 
Mission, California. 

WEST WALL. 



Dean, Walter L. (Boston) The Open Sea. 

323. Howes, Edith M. (Boston) In The Orchard. 

324. Parsons, Orrin Sheldon (New York). Lawn Tennis. 

325. Weir, J. Alden (New York). The Lane. 

326. Hassam, Childe (New York). Mid-summer Morning. I 

327. Vonnoh, Robert W. (Philadelphia) Viola. ' 

328. Meteyard, T. B. (Paris, France) Iris Meadows. | 

329. Forsyth, W. (Indianapolis) Edge of the Woods. 1 

330. Reid, Robert (New York). Vision of Saint Angela d* Agnant. ' 
33X. Vincent, H. A. (Chicago) Fields in'October. 1 

332. Brown, Walter Francis (Venice), Roscona, Sunrise. 

333. Lucas, A. P. (Paris, France) Music. 

334. Brown, J. Appleton (New York). Springtime. 

335. Steele, T. C. (Indianapolis) September. 

336. Robinson, Theodore (New York). A Roman Fountain. 

337. Hassam, Childe (New York). A Snowy Day on Fifth Avenue, New York. 

338. Robinson, Theodore (New York). Winter Landscape. Lent by Mr. 

J. M. Lichtenauer, New York. 

339. Dean, Walter L. (Boston) Peace. (Represented by the White Squadron 

of the United States Navy at anchor in Boston harbor.) 

340. Rice, Wm, M. J. (New York) Landscape; Evening Clouds. 

341. Lathrop, Clara W. (Northampton, Mass.) At the Flower Market 



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^42, Clawson, John W. (Paris, France) Santa Maria della Salute, Venice. 

343. Hitchcock, Lucius (Paris, France). Summer. 

344. Metcalf, W, L. (New York) Road to the Village, Normandy. 

345. Steele, T. C. (Indianapolis) On the Muscatatuck. 

346. Pearce, Charles Sprague (Auvers Sur Oise, France). The Annuncia- 

tion. 

347. Dean, Walter L. (Boston) The Seiners' Return. 

348. Hayden, Charles H. (Boston) A Quiet Morning, October. 

349. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). Winter in New Hampshire. 

350. Robbios, Richard (Chicago). Decorative Panel. 

351. Voimoh, Robert W. (Philadelphia) A Dull Day. 

352. Vonnoh, Robert W. (Philadelphia) Early Morning. 

353. Vonnoh, Robert W. (Philadelphia) November. 

354. Robinson, Theodor^ (New York). The Layette. 

355. Ramsdell, F. Winthrop (Paris, France). Twilight at Grez. Lent by Mr. 

T. J« Ramsdell, Manistee, Mich. 



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GALLERY 6-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 356 TO 449, INCLUSIVE. 

NORTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 5. 

^56. Brown, Matilda (New York). An Unwilling Model. 

357. Curran, Charles C. (New York) Winter Morning in a Ba^yaid. Lent 

by Mr. George I. Tyson, New York. 

358. Wiles, Irving, R. (New York) Sunshine and Flowers. 

359. Clark, Walter (New York). Spring. 

360. Herter, Albert (New York). Portrait of Mrs. H. 

361. Gross, P. A. (Paris France) Essegney near Charmes, Vosges. 

362. Cohen, George W. (New York) A Tale of the Sea. 

363. Vonnoh, Robert W. (Philadelphia) A Peasant Woman's Garden. 

364. Lambert, John, Jr. (Philadelphia) Portrait. Lent by Mrs. Lambert, 

Philadelphia. 

365. Vonnoh, Robert W. (Philadelphia) Moist Weather. 

366. Harwood, J. T. (Salt Lake City) Preparing Dinner. 

367. Davis, Charles H. (Mystic, Conn.) Abandoned. 

368. Fisher, Mark (Stockbridge, England). Moonrise. 

369. Wiles, Irving R. (New York) Sunlight in the Studio. Lent by Mr. 

Charles D. Miller, Jersey City. 

370. Merritt, Mrs. Anna Lea (Andover, Hampshire, England). Portrait of 

Mrs. Reginald DeKoven. Lent by Mrs. Joseph Lea, Philadelphia. 

371. Fisher, Mark (Stockbridge, England). Timber Wagon, Normandy. 

372. Day, Francis (New York). A Table d'Hote. 

EAST WALL. 

373. Nourse, Elizabeth (Paris, France). A Family Meal. 

374. SeweU, Mrs. Amanda Brewster (New York). By the River. 

375' Woodwell, Joseph R. (Pittsburg) White Rocks, Magnolia, Mass. 

376. Rice, Wm. M. J. (New York) Portrait. 

377. Collins, Alfred Q. (New York) Portrait of Joe Evans. Lent by Mr. 

Joseph Evans, New York. 

378. Foster, Ben (New York). A Maine Hillside. Lent by Mr. James T. 

Pettus, New York. 

379. Hallowell, Maria (West Medford, Mass.). Portrait. Lent by Miss A. 

N. Hallowell, West Medford Mass. 

380. Colman, Samuel (Newport). The Inner Gorge of the Grand CaSon of 

the Colorado. 
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303* Pauli, Richard (deceased). Sunset in New Jersey. Lent by Mrs. Pauli 
Leonia, N. J. 

383. Huntington, Daniel (New York). Portrait of the Hon. Seth Low. 

384. Weir, J. Alden (New York). Autumn" 

385. Weir, J. Alden (New York). The Young Student. 

386. Holme, Lucy D. (Philadelphia) A Holiday Occupation. 

387. Smith, J. Francis (St. Louis). Young Girl of Feuillee. 

388. Gtttherz, Carl (St. Paul). Light of the Incarnation. . 

389. Eaton, Charles Warren (New York). Moonrise. 

390. Wall, A. Bryan (Pittsburg). Across the Meadow. 

391. Duveneck, Frank (Cincinnati). Portrait of William Adams. 

392. Whittredge, W. (New York) Rhode Island Coast. 

393. Cox, Kenyon (New York). Diana. 

394. Thompson, Wordsworth (New York). The Deserted Inn. 

395. Enneking, John J. (Boston) Autumn afternoon. 

396. Vinton, Frederick P. (Boston) Portrait of C. C. LangdelL 

397. Young, Charles Morris (Gettysburg, Pa.). Wet Weather. 

2Sl^, Sewell, Mrs. Amanda Brewster (New York). Portrait of Mother and 
Son. 

399. Walker, Henry O. (New York) Hagar and Ishmael. 

400. Norton, Wm. £. (London, England) A Moment's Rest. 

40X. Keller, Charles F. (Munich, Bavaria) Canal at Schleissheim, near 
Munich. 

SOUTH WALL. 

402. Scbwill, William V. (Munich, Bavaria) The Closing Hymn. 

403. Da^is, Charles H. (Mystic, Conn.) A Winter Evening. Lent by Mr. 

Thomas E. Waggaman, Washington, D. C. 

404. Haskell, Ida C. (New York) Mother Love. 

405. Stephens, Alice Barber (Philadelphia). Harvesting in the Meadows. 

406. Weeks, Edwin Lord (Paris, France). Interior at Toledo, Spain. 

407. Loomis, Chester (Englewood, N. J.). Hester. 

408. Weeks, Edwin Lord (Paris, France). Study at Bombay, India. 

409. Butler, Howard Russell (New York). Church of Guadaloupe, Aguas 

Calientes. 

410. Weeks, Edwin Lord (Paris, France). The Last Voyage: A souvenir of 

the Ganges. 

Two Hindoo Fakirs meet while on a pilgrimage to the Holy City of Benaree. One « • ' 
them, being at the point of death, orges his comrade to carry him acroee theatreac. . 
in order that he may breathe his uist on the sacred shore. 

4ZX. Butler, Howard Russell (New York). Sea Weed Gatherers, Finisterc, 
France. 

4x2. Webber, C. T. (Cincinnati) The Underground Railroad. (A souvenir 
of slavery days.) 

413. Da^is, Charles H. (Mystic, Conn.) The Valley. 

4x4. Weeks, Edwin Lord (Paris, France). Marble Court at Agra, India. 

415. Turner, C. Y. (New York) Washing Day 

4x6. Dodson, Sarah P. Ball (Brighton, England). Honey of Hymettus. 



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WEST WALL. 

417. Sonntag, William L. {New YorkJ Mt. Jefferson and Mt. Adams, White 

Mountain, New Hampshire. 

418. C«d]r, Heary, N, (Philadelpbia) Sunset at Narragansett Pier, Rhode 

419. Nettletoti, Waller (Finistere, France). December Sunshine. 

4ao. Fowler, Frank [New York). Portrait— A Figure In White. Lent by 

Mrs. William A. Fowler, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

431. Rolabovea, Julius (Paris, France). Hall in the Doge's Palace, Venice. 

423. Tryon, D. W. (New York) New England Village, Evening. 

433. Homer, Winslow (Scarboro, Me.). The Fog Warning, 

434. TiiCtnf , Louis C. (New York) Market at Nuremberg, Bavaria. 

435. Brouwer, T. A., Jr. (East Hampton L. 1.) Musk Melons. 

436. UcComb, R. Lee (Paris, France). Summer time. 
427, Wade, Caroline D. (Chicago) Portrait of a Lady. 

438. Bride^maa, Frederic A. (Paris, France) Coast of Algiers, The Morning 

Bath, 

439. ShurUeflf, R. M. (New York) Autumn Forest. Lent by Mr. W. T. 

Evans, New York. 

430. Bridemwi, Frederic A. (Paris. France) Fellahineand Child, The Bath, 

Cairo. 

431. Parrisb, Stephen (Philadelphia). Evening. 

433, Bridgman, Frederic A. (Paris, France) A Hot Day at Mustapha, Al- 
giers. 

433. Bridgman, Frederic A. (Pans, France) Passage of the Red Sea. 

434. Ketcham, Susan M. (New York) Portrait of a Lady. 

435. Ryder,HenryOrme(AuburndaleMass,). Old Breton Farmhouse, Even- 

ing. 

436. Benedict, Enella(Lake Forest, lU.). Brittany Children. 

437. Albright, A, E. (Chicago) Morning Glories. 

438. Johnson, Eastman (New York). Portrait of the Artist 

439. Pattiaon, James William (Jacksonville, 111.). Sheep. 

440. Wnerpel, Edmund H. (Paris, France) September TwilighL Lent by 

Dr. William Taussig, St. Louis. 

441. Henry, Edward L. (New York) The WeddingDay. Lent by Mt. Dick- 

enson, Mt. Holy ok e, Mass. 
443. Bristol, J, B. (New York) Mount Chocorua, N. H. 

443. Minor, Robert C. (New York) The Close of Day. Lent by Mr. W. T. 

Evans, New York. 

444. Stokea, F. W. (Philadelphia) The Orphans. 

445. Amsden, William T. (New York) Spanish Meadows. 

446. Grorer, Oliver Dennett (Chicago). Thy Will be Done. 

447. Sewell, Mrs. .\manda Brewster (New York). Sappho. 

448. Fry, J<An H. (St. Louis) Labor. 

449. SeweU, Robert V. V. (New York) In Shanty-town. 



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GALLERY 7— OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 450 TO 508, INCLUSIVE. 
NORTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 6. 

450. Enneking, John J. (Boston) A South Duxbury Clam Digger. 

451. Enneking, John J. (Boston) November. 

452. Enneking, John J. (Boston) October Twilight. 

453. Rose, Guy, (New York). Food for the Laborers. 

454. Mignot, Louis R. (deceased) Niagara. 

455- Pcny, Roland Hinton (Paris, France). Portrait of Mrs. Parry. 

456. Wigand, Otto C. (Mt. Vernon, N. Y.) The Old Willow Tree. 

457. Turner, C. Y. (New York) The Coppersmith. Lent by Mr. Theodore 

Marburg. 

458. Fisher, Mark (Stockbridge, England). A Hampshire Dairy. Lent by 

Mr. McCulloch, London. 

459. Homer, Winslow (Scarboro, Me.). Dressing for the Carnival. 

460. Evans, Joe (New York). The Red Gate. 

461. Tiffany, Louis C. (New York) Pottery Market at Wurtzburg. 

462. Weeks, Edwin Lord (Paris, France). Three Beggars of Cordova. Lent 

by the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia. 

463. Raught, John Willard (New York). Gorse Cutters, Brittany. 

464. Fowler, Frank (New York). Portrait. Lent by Dr. Neftel, New York. 

465. Wiles, L. M. (New York) The Old Quarry. 

466. Cox, Kenyon (New York). Echo. 

467. Armstrong, Maitland (New York). White House at Pont Aven, Brittany. 

EAST WALL. 

468. Boggs, Frank M. (Paris) The Brooklyn Bridge, New York. 

469. Volk, Douglas (Minneapolis, Minn.). Mending the Canoe. 

470. Jones, H. Bolton (New York). Spring. 

471. Church, F. S. (New York) The Viking's Daughter. Lent by Mr. John 

Gellatly, New York. 

472. Hovenden, Thomas (Plymoutli Meeting, Pa.). When Hope Was Darkest. 

473. Peyraud, F. C. (Chicago) Autumn Morning. 

474. Towner, Flora L. (Albany, N. Y.) Portrait. 

475. Clarke, Thomas Shields (Pittsburg). Morning, Noon and Night. 

476. Peck, Orrin (Munich, Bavaria). Love's Token. Lent by Mrs. P. A. 

Hearst, Washington, D. C. 

477. Shirlaw, Walter (New York). Toning the Bell. Lent by Mr. J. H. Wil- 

-ling, Chicago. 

478. Hetzel, George (Pittsburg). Wood Scene. 



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479. Loomis, Chester (Englewood, N. J.). Memoria. 

480. White, Henry C. (Hartford, Conn.) Spring Landscape. 

481. Wiles, Irving R. (New York) The Sonata. Lent by Mr. W. T. Evans, 

New York. 

482. Koehler, Robert (New York). The Strike. 

483. Howe, Wm. H. (Paris, France) Morning, Kartenhof Meadows, Hol- 

land. 

484. Vonnoh, Robert W. (Philadelphia) "Show What You Can Do!" 

SOUTH WALL. 

485. Cranch, Mrs. C. A. (Boston) Portrait of Mr. Christopher Cranch. 

486. Boughton, George H. (London, England) An English Spring Day. 

487. Gifford, R. Swain (New York). Over the Summer Sea. 

488. Gay, Walter (Paris, France). Charity. 

489. Allen, Thomas (Boston). Moonrise. 

490. Ertz, Edward (Paris, France). The Potato Gatherer. 

491. Beckwith, Carroll (New York). Mr. Isaacson. 

492. Fisher, Mark (Stockbridge, England). A Small Holding. 

493. Henry, Edward L. (New York) The County Fair. Lent by Mr. W. F. 

Havemeyer, New York. 

494. Thompson, Wordsworth (New York). In the Sweet Summer Time. 

Lent by Mr. George H. Babcock, Plainfield, N. J. 

495. Gay, Walter (Paris, France). A Mass in Brittany. 

496. Koopnian, August B. (New York) The Orphan. 

WEST WALL. 

497. Munsell, Albert H. (Boston) Danger Ahead. 

498. Tniesdell, Gaylord S. (Paris, France) Cows on the River Bank. 

499. Howe, William H. (Paris, France) Early Start to Market, Holland. 

500. Ochtman, Leonard (New York). Along the Mianus River. 

50X. Sewell, Mrs. Amanda Brewster (New York). Portrait of Mrs. Boudinot 
Keith. Lent by Mrs. J. M. Wheeler, New York. 

502. McEwen, Walter (Paris, France). The Witches. 

503. Abbey, Edwin A. (Fairford, Gloucestershire, England) Galahad Brought 

to Arthur's Court (Section of frieze for the Delivery Room of the 
Public Library, Boston.) Lent by the Public Library, Boston. 

504. Low, Will H. (New York) Love Disarmed. Lent by Mr. Gardiner G. 

Hubbard, Washington, D. C. 

505. Ochtman, Leonard (New York). Harvesting by Moonlight. Lent by 

Mr, Frederick Benedict, New York. 

506. Harrison, Birge (Paris, France). The Return of the Mayflower. 

507. Parton, Arthur (New York). Evening after the Rain. Lent by Mr. 

George L Seney. 

508. Bell, E. A. (New York) Portrait. Study of a Lady in Gray. 

PROM GALLERY 7, THE VISITOR SHOULD RETRACE HIS STEPS TO GALLERY 8. 

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GALLERY 3— OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 509 TO 590, INCLUSIVE. 

NORTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT NORTHWEST CORNER. 

509- Sargent, John S. (London, England) Portrait. Lent by Mr. F. S. Pratt 

Worcester, Mass. 
5x0. Fisher, Mark (Stockbridge, England). Teste Valley Meadows. 
5x1. Wyant, A. H. (deceased) Landscape. Lent by Mr. Thomas B. Clarke, 

New York. 
5x2. Beaux, Cecilia (Philadelphia). Last Days of Infancy. Lent by Mr.W. F. 

Biddle, Philadelphia. 
513. Sargent, John S. (London, England) Portrait. Lent by Mr. Dunham, 

New York. 
5x4. Cox, Kenyon (New York). Flying Shadows. Lent by Mr. Stanford 

White. New York. 
SX5« Sargent, John S. (London, England) Portrait. Lent by Mr. Elliott F. 

Shephard, New York. 
5x6. Fisher, Mark (Stockbridge, England). Orchard in Normandy. 
5x7. Wyant, A. H. (deceased) A North Woods Brook. Lent by Mr. Thomas 

B. Clarke, New York. 
5x8. Nettleton, Walter (Finistfere, France). Approach of Harvest Time. 
5x9. Richards, Samuel (Denver). Blissful Hours. Lent by Mr. David Geb- 

hart, Dayton, Ohio. 
520. Chapman, Carlton T. (New York) On Cape Ann. Lent by ^rs. John 

Hutton, New York. 
53X. Fisher, Mark (Stockbridge, England). Sorting the Flock. 
523. Sargent, John S. (London, England) Portrait of Mrs. Inches. Lent by 

Dr. C. E. Inches, Boston. 
5^ Metcalf, W. L. (New York) Summer Twilight. 
534. Thayer, Abbott H. (Scarboro, New York) Portrait of a Lady. Lent by 

Miss C. F. Stillman, New York. 

525. Fowler, Frank (New York). Portrait of Walter Shirlaw. Lent by 

Mr. Walter Shirlaw, New York. 

526. Gifford, R. Swain (New York). Telegraph Station at Sandy Hook. 

527. Forsjrth, W. (Indianapolis) In the Garden. Lent by Mr. Carl H. Lieber, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

EAST WALL. 

528. Whiteman, S. Edwin (Baltimore). Over Autumnal Hills. 

529. Gottwald, F. C. (Cleveland) Along the Docks. 

530. Wiles, Irving R. (New York) Portraits. 

53X. Morphy, J. Francis (New York). November Grays. 



4? world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP't K — FINE ARTS. 

532. Hitchcock, George. Tulip Culture, Holland. 

533. De Haas, M. F. H. (New York) New England Coast. 

534. Fisher, Mark (Stockbridge, England). Cows in Orchard. (Winter.) 

535. Freer, Frederick W. (Chicago) Portrait of a Lady in Black. Lent by 

the Boston Art Club. 

536. Brown, J. G. (New York) A Card Trick. 

537. Tarbell, Edmund C. (Boston) In the Orchard. 

538. Vail, Eugene L. (Paris, France) Dordrecht. 

539. Elwell, D. Jerome (Boston). Bruges, Belgium. 

540. Fowler, Frank (New York). Portrait, Girl in Black. 

541. Dewey, Charles Melville (New York). The Hush of Day. Lent by Mr. 

L. A. Ault, Cincinnati. 

542. Stewart, Jules L. (Paris, France) The Hunt Ball. Lent by the Essex 

Club, Newark, N. J. 

543. Bisbing, Henry S. (Paris, France) On the River Bank. 

544. Rudell, P. E. (Greenwich, Conn.) Autumn. 

545. Tompkins, F. H. (Boston) Mother and Child. Lent by Boston Art Club. 

546. Murphy, J. Francis (New. York). The Hazy Morn. 

547. Whiteman, S. Edwin (Baltimore). Lowland Pastures. 

SOUTH WALL. 

548. Clinedinst, B. W. (New York) Monsieur's MaiL 

549. Haynes, C. Coventry. Poplars. 

550. Cranch, Mrs. Caroline A. (Boston) Portrait of Mrs. E. D. Cranch. Lent 

by Mrs. Caroline A. Cranch. 

551. Colman, Samuel (Newport). Mt. Tacoma from Puget Sound. 

552. Benson, Frank W. (Salem, Mass.) Girl with a Red Shawl. Lent by 

Mrs. David Kimball, Boston. 

553. Mowbray, H. Siddons (New York). The Evening Breeze. Lent by 

Mr. Thomas B. Clarke, New York. 

554. Dewing, T. W. (New York) Portrait of W. M. Chase. Lent by Mr. 

\V. M. Chase, New York. 

555. Harris, Charles X. (New York) The Mowers. Lent by Mr. Frederick 

James, New York. 

556. Fowler, Mary B. O. (New York) Marie. 

557. Brown, J. G. (New York) Homeward Bound. Lent by Mr. W. T. 

Evans, New York. 

558. Wickenden, Robert J. (Paris, France) Whisperings of Spring. 

559. Candidus, Harry W. T. (Munich, Bavaria) Landscape. 

560. Colman, Samuel (Newport). Mexican Hacienda. 

561. Benson, Frank W. (Salem Mass.) Portrait of a Lady in White. 

562. Dewey, Charles Melville (New York). Shadows of the Evening Hour. 

Lent by Mr. W. T. Evans, New York. 

563. Nettleton, Walter (Finistfere, France). Teasel Gatherer. 

564. Cox, Kcnyon (New York). Portrait of L. H. K. Lent by Mrs. Kenyon 

Cox. 

WEST WALL. 

565. Norton, Wm. E. (London, England) Off the Dutch Coast 



XJNITED STATES — GALLERY 3 — OIL PAINTINGS. 49 

566. Beck Carol H. (Philadelphia) Portrait. 

567. Sword» J. B. (Philadelphia) OS the Scent. 

568. Leigh, William R. (Munich, Bavaria) The End of the Play. 

569. Picknell, W. L. (New York) Early Morning. 

570. Flagg, Charles Noel (Hartford, Conn.). Portrait of Mark Twain. Lent 

by Mr. Samuel L. Clemens, Hartford, Conn. 

571. Crane, Bruce (New York). The Harvest Field. Lent by Mr. Andrew 

Carnegie. 

572. Miller, Charles H. (New York) A Gray Day on Long Island. 

573. Melchers, Gari (Paris, France). The Sermon. Lent by Mr. Potter Pal- 

mer, Chicago. 
574* Macomber, M. L. (Waverly, Mass.) The Annunciation. Lent by Mrs. 
D. P. Kimball, Boston. 

575. Melchers, Gari (Paris, France). Skaters. 

576. Loring, Francis W. (Florence, Italy) Great Bridge at Chioggia, Italy. 

577. Sargent, John S. (London, England) Portrait of Ellen Terry as Lady 

Macbeth. Lent by Mr. Henry Irving, London. 

578. Macomber, M. L. (Waverly, Mass.) Love Awal^ening Memory. Lent 

by Miss Elizabeth Howell, Boston. 

579. Melchers, Gari (Paris, France). Married. Lent by Mr. Potter Palmer, 

Chicago. 

580. Melchers, Gari (Paris, France). The Pilots. 

58X, Richards, William T. (Newport, R. I.) February. Lent by Mr. Edward 

H. Coates, Philadelphia. 
583. Vezin, Fred (Munich, Bavaria). Boys in a Boat. 

583. Volk, Douglass (Minneapolis). Portrait of Madam X. 

584. Millet, F. D. (New York) The Window Seat. Lent by Mr. Charles 

Fairchild, Boston. 
5ft, Millet, F. D. (New York) Lacing the Sandal. Lent by Mr. Thomas B. 
Clarke, New York. 

586. Brash, George de Forest (New York). The Head Dress. Lent by Mr. 

H. H. Fay, Boston. 

587. Low, Will H. (New York) In An Old Garden. Lent by Dr. C. B. Kcl- 

sey. New York. 

588. Moran, Edward (New York). The First Ship Entering New York 

Harbor. 

589. Smillie, George H. (New York) From West Mountain, Conn. 
K Moran, Edward (New York). Life Saving Patrol, New Jersey Coast. 

Lent by Mr. Amed^e Fargis, New York. 

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GALLERY 1— OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 591 TO 630, INCLUSIVE. 

WEST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT NORTH SIDE OF ENTRANCE FROM THE NORTH COURT. 

591. Reinhart, C. S. (New York) Washed Ashore. 

592. Kavanagh, John (Cleveland,"0.). Washer- women. 

593. Nourse, Elizabeth (Paris, France). Good Friday, Rome. 

594. Paxton, William M. (Boston) An Idyl. 

595. Sartain, William (New York). Sand Dunes at Manasquan. 

596. Melchers, Gari (Paris, France). The Nativity. 

NORTH WALL. 

597. Butler, Herbert (Chicago). Hard Times. 

598. Wentworth, Cecilia E. (New York) Prayer. 

599. Blashfield, Edwin H. (New York) Christmas Bells. 

600. Baer, William J. (New York) Day Dreams. 

601. Reinhart, C. S. (New York) Awaiting the Absent. 

to2, Nettleton, Walter (Finistfere, France). Watching for the Return of the 
Fishing Fleet. 

EAST WALL. 

603. Boutwood, Charles £. (Chicago) Portrait of the Hon. Charles B. Far- 

well. Lent by Mrs. Dudley Winston, Chicago. 

604. Lampert, Emma E. (Rochester, N. Y.) Behind the Dunes. 

605. Gross, P. A. (Paris, France) Road to the Spring, Liverdun, France. 

606. Rose, Guy (New York). Potato Gatherers. 

607. Pearcc, Charles Sprague (Auvers-sur-Oise, France), A Village Funeral, 

Brittany. 

608. Pcarce, Charles Sprague (Auvers-sur-Oise, France). Mother and Child. 

Lent by the Hon. Lewis Emery, Jr., Bradford, Pa. 

609. Deming, E. W. (New York) A Mourning Brave. 

610. Bicknell, Frank A. (Paris, France) Along the River Oise. 
6zx. Carl, Kate A. (Paris, France) Head of a Man. 

612. Koopman, August B. (New York) Dreaming of One Afar. 

613. Goldman, Martha (Pittsburg, Pa.). Study Head. 
6x4. Couse, Eanger L (Paris, France). My First Born. • 

615. Thomas, S, Seymour (Paris, France) An Innocent Victim. 

SOUTH WALL. 

6x6. Grayson, Clifford P. (Philadelphia) November. Lent by the Art 

Club, Philadelphia, 



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UNITED STATES — GALLERY I — OIL PAINTINGS. 5I 

6x7. Gardner, Elizabeth (Paris, France). Soap Bubbles. Lent by Mr. Arthur 

Tooth, London. 
6x8. Bigelow, D. F. (Chicago) Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks. 

619. Richardson, F. H (Boston) Breton Widow at Prayer. 

620. Gross, P. A. (Paris, France) A Rainy Day. 

62X. Browne, Charles Francis (Chicago). Old Poplar Trees. 

622. Rose, Guy (New York).' The End of the Day. 

623. Hippie, Sarah Levis (Philadelphia). Sardine Fishing Boats. Lent by 

Mrs, F. K. Hippie, Philadelphia. 

624. Ljrman, Joseph (New York). Early Snow in the Adirondacks. 

625. Blashfield, Edwin H. (New York). Portrait. 
6a6. ScweU, Robert V. V. (New York) Winter. 

627. Norton, Mary S. (Boston) A Tea Party. 

628. Van Elten, Kruseman (New York). Late Autumn. 

WEST WALL. 

629. Sewell, Amanda Brewster (New York). Washing Place in the Gatinais. 

630. Vay, Eugene L, (Paris, France) On the Thames. 



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GALLERY 9— OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 630 TO 782, INCLUSIVE. 

WEST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT LEFT OF ENTRANCE. 

631. Millet, F. D. (New York) Sweet Melodies. Lent by Mr. D. M. Ferry, 

Detroit Mich. 

632. Cofi&n, William A. (New York) Evening. Lent by Mr. J. M. Lichtenauer, 

New York. 

633. Inness, George (Montclair, N. J.) Nine O'Clock. Lent by Mr. Thomas 

B. Clarke, New York. 
654. Merritt, Mrs. Anna Lea (Andover, Hampshire, England). Love Locked 
Out. 

635. Harrison, Alexander (Paris, France). The Amateurs. 

636. Whistler, J. McNeill (Paris, France). The Princess of the Land of Porce- 

lain. Lent by Mr. Alexandei Reid, Glasgow, Scotland. 

637. Coffin, William A. (New York) Twilight. Lent by Mr. John B. Ladd, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

638. Faxon, William Bailey (New York). Maia. 

639. Wyant, A. H. (deceased) Forenoon in the Adirondacks. 

640. Butler, George B. (New York) Girl with Tambourine. 

NORTH WALL. 

641. Walker, Henry O. (New York) The Gift-Bearer. Lent by Miss E. H. 

Bartol, Boston, Mass. 

642. Eaton, Charles Warren (New York). October. 

643. Elwell, D. Jerome (Boston). The Moorlands, Cape Ann. 

644. Gifford, R. Swain (New York). Landscape. Lent by Mr. J. B. Wheeler, 

New York. 

645. Simmons, Edward E. (New York) The Carpenter's Son. 

646. De Forest, Lockwood (New York). Moonrise Among the Ruins of 

Palmyra. 

647. Walker, Henry O. (New York) Boy on a Donkey. Lent by Mrs. S. D. 

Warren, Boston. 
64S. La Farge, John (New York). Study of a Boy's Head. Lent by Mr. 
Edward W. Hooper, Cambridge, Mass. 

649. Curran, Charles C. (New York) A Corner in a Barnyard. Lent by 

Mr. Thomas B. Clarke, New York. 

650. Moeller, Louis (New York). Searching. Lent by Mr. Thomas B. 

Clarke, New York. 

651. Caliga, I. H. (Boston) Portrait. Lent by Mrs. Robert F, Herrick, 

Brookline, Mass. 



UNITED STATES— GALLERY Q— OtL PAINTINGS. 53 

652. HayneSy C. Coventry. Portrait. Lent by Mrs. F. W. Haynes. 

653. Phelps, Helen Watson (New York). Abandon. 

654. Stewart, Jules L. (Paris, France) Portrait of the Viscountess de Gouy 

d' Arcy. Lent by the Viscountess de Gouy d'Arcy, Paris. 

655. Tryon, D. W. (New York) Night. Lent by Mr. Thomas B. Clarke, 

New York. 

656. Curran, Charles C. (New York) A Breezy Day. Lent by Mr. Thomas 

B. Clarke, New York. 

657. Chase, William M. (New York) Portrait of Mrs. L. 

658. King, James S. (Upper Montclair, N. J.) Evening Glow. 

659. Gilman, B. F. (Philadelphia) Portrait Study. 

660. Vanderpoel, J. H. (Chicago) Portrait of a Lady. Lent by Mr. J. B. 

Humphreys, Tracy, Cook Co., 111. 
66x. Stewart, Jules L. (Paris, France) Portrait of the Baroness Benoist 
Mechin, Paris. Lent by the Baron Benoist Mechin, Paris. 

662. Gifibrd, R. Swain (New York). Autumn. Lent by Mr. Thomas B. 

Clarke, New York. 

663. Eaton, C. Harry. Normand/ Landscape. Lent by Mr. W. T. Evans, 

New York. 

664. Brush, George de Forest (New York). The Indian and the Lily. 

Lent by Mr. C. D. Miller, Jersey City. 

665. Martin, Homer D. (New York) Old Manor at Cricqueboeuf. Lent by 

Dr. D. L. Stimson, New York. 

666. Hassam, Childe (New York). Autumn. 

667. Eakins, Thomas (Philadelphia). Portrait of a Lady. Lent by Miss A. 

B. Van Buren, Detroit, Mich. 

668. Foster, Ben (New York). The Returning Flock. 

669. Johnson, Eastman (New York). Portrait of a Girl. Lent by Mr. D. L. 

Einstein, New York. 

670. Mcllhenny, C. Morgan (Shrub Oak, N. Y.). On the Beach. 

671. Tarbell, Edmund C. (Boston) My Sister Lydia. Lent by Miss Lydia 

Souther, Dorchester, Mass. 
673. Corwin, Charles A. (Chicago) Edge of the Clearing. 
673. Frye, Miss Gertrude (Philadelphia). Portrait of Miss E. Lent by Mr. 

F. Evans, Philadelphia. 
674« Smillie, George H. (New York) Mill Pond at Ridgefield, Conn. Lent 

by Mr. John S. White, New York. 

675. Vinton, Frederick P. (Boston) Portrait of a Lady. 

676. Turner, C. Y. (New York) Gossips. Lent by Mr. Thomas B. Clarke, 

New York. 

677. Millet, F. D. (New York) At the Inn. Lent by the Union League Club, 

New York. 

678. Melchers, Gari (Paris, France). Communion. (Holland.) 

679. Smillie, George H. (New York) A Lush Place. Lent by Mr. Washing- 

ton Wilson, New York. 

680. Sargent, John S. (London, England) Portrait. 

681. Picknell, William L. (New York) Sunday Morning. 



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^2. Connah, Douglas John (New York). Douglas John Connah. Lent by 
Mrs. John Connah. 

683. Foster, Ben (New York). First Days of Spring. Lent by Mr. James F. 

Pettu^, New York. 

684. Chase, William M. (New York) Lady in Pink. 

685. Gifford, R. Swain (New York). The Sea-weed Gatherers. 

686. Sargent, John S. (London, England) Portrait Lent by Mr. Augustus 

St Gaudens, New York. 

687. Coffin, William A. (New York) Early Morning. Lent by Mr. W. 

Seward Webb, New York. 

688. Keith, Mrs. Dora Wheeler (New York). Portrait oi Lawrence Hutton. 

Lent by Mr. Lawrence Hutton, New York. 

689. Howe, William H. (Paris, France) Return of the Herd. 

690. Inness, George (Montclair, N. J.). Near Marshfield. Lent by Mr. 

Thomas B. Clarke, New York. 
69X. Brown, J. G. (New York) Pull for the Shore. Lent by Mr. Isidore 
Strauss, New York. 

692. Inness, George (Montclair, N. J.). Sunburst. Lent by Mr. Thomas B. 

Clarke, New York. 

693. Homer, Winslow (Scarboro, Me.). Lost on the Grand Banks. 

694. Cauldwell, Leslie (Paris. France). A Sun Bath. 

695. Cauldwell, Leslie (Paris, France). A Daughter of Eve. 

696. Lutz, Lewis C. (Cincinnati) Portrait of J. H. Gest Lent by Mrs. J. H. Gest 

697. Cunningham, J. Wilton (Paris, France). Caught in the Briers. 

698. Dewing, T. W. (New York) The Days. Lent by Miss A. W. Cheney 

and Miss Louise Cheney, South Manchester, Conn. 

699. Thayer, Abbott H. (Scarboro, N. Y.) Brother and Sister. Lent by 

Mr. A. A. Carey, Boston. 

700. Robbins, L. Lee (Paris, France). My Portrait 

70X. Boyden, Dwight Frederic (Paris, France). The Pines of Mauve. 

702. Tryon, D. W. (New York) Springtime. Lent by Mr. C. L. Freer, Detroit. 

703. Turner, C. Y. (New York) On The Beach, Easthampton. Lent by Mr. 

W. M. Chase, New York. 

704. Millet, F. D. (New York) Old Harmonies. Lent by Mrs. H. K. Porter, 

Pittsburg. 

705. Brush, George de Forest (New York). Mother and Child. Lent by Mr. 

J. M. Sears, Boston. 

706. Cox, Kenyon (New York). Music. Lent by Mr .E. N. Finney, Milwaukee. 

707. Gifford, R. Swain (New York). Sand Dunes. Lent by Mrs. Robert 

Carter, New York. 

708. Moran, Leon (New York). Back from the Post-office. 

709. Gill, Mariquita (Giverny, France). A Midsummer Morning, Givemy. 
7x0. Lee, Laura (Boston). Retrospection. 

EAST WALL. 

7x1. Wigand, Albright (Mt Vernon, N. Y.). Portrait of Mrs. J. Albright 
7x2. Dewing, T. W. (New York) Summer Twilight. Lent by Mr. C. L. 
Freer, Detroit 



UNITED STATES — GALLERY Q — OIL PAINTINGS. 55 

7x3. Dewing, T. W. (New York) A Portrait. Lent by Mr. Stanford White, 

New York, 
7x4. Dewing, T. W. (New York) A Musician. Lent by Mr. C. L, Freer, Detroit. 
715. TluiTer, Abbott H.tScarboro,N. Y.) Virgin Enthroned. Lent by Mr. 

J. M. Sears, Boston. 
7x6. Twachtman, J. H. (Greenwich, Conn.) Decorative Landscape. 

717. Weir, J. Alden (New York). Portrait of Webb Weir. 

718. Tryon, D. W. (New York) Autumn. Lent by Mr. C. L. Freer, Detroit. 
7x9. Wiggins, Carlton (New York). Evening, Village of Grez. Lent by 

Mrs. Charles M. Kurtz, New York. 

720. Dewing, T. W. (New York) A Portrait. Lent by Mr. Stanford White. 

721. Davis, Charles H. (Mystic, Conn.) April. 

722. Coman, Mrs. Charlotte B. (Waterville, N. Y.) A Stony Brook. 

723. Jenkins, H. T. (Philadelphia) Still Life. 

724. Donoho, G. Ruger (New York). La Marcellerie. 

725. Chase, William M. (New York) Lilliputian Boats in the Park. Lent 

by Mr. R. L. Knoedler, New York. 

726. Dielman, Frederick (New York). A New York Arab. Lent by Mr. Will- 

iam Semple, Louisville, Ky. 

727. Gifford, R. Swain (New York). Salt Works of Padanaram. 

726. Schilling, Alexander (New York). A Day in Spring. Lent by Mr. 
Alexis Ludwig, Leonia, N. Y. 

SOUTH WALL. 

729. Turner, C. Y. (New York) Afternoon Tea. Lent, by Mr. Chester W. 

Chapin, New York. 

730. Maynard, George Willoughby (New York). Flora. Lent by .Mrs. K. R. 

Papin, Chicago. 
73X. Inness, George (Montclair, N. J.). A Gray Lowery Day. Lent by 
Mr. Thomas B. Clarke, New York. 

732. Clarke, Thomas Shields (Pittsburg). A Fool's Fool. Lent by the Penn- 

sylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pa. 

733. Van Boskerck, Robt W. (New York) A Rhode Island River. 

734. Sheppard, Warren (Brooklyn). The Restless Sea. Lent by Mr. J. S. 

Fassett, Tonawanda, N. Y. 

735. Wyant, A. H. (deceased) In the Woods. 

736. Simmons, Edward £. (New York) Darby and Joan. 

737' Tryon, D. W. (New York) Starlight. Lent by Mr. Thomas B. Clarke, 

New York. 
73S. Allen, Thomas (Boston). Under the Willows. 

739. Tryon, D. W. (New York) Sunset at Sea. Lent by Mr. C. L. Freer, 

Detroit. 

740. Church, F. S. (New York) Knowledge is Power. Lent Mr. by C. L. 

Freer, Detroit. 

741. Bogert, George H. (New York) Moonlight, Etaples, France. 

742. Gay, Walter (Paris, France). A Gregorian Chant. 

743. Coffin, William A. (New York) September Breeze. Lent by Mr. W. 

Seward Webb, New York. 



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744. Whistler, J. McNeill (Paris, France). The Chelsea Girl. Lent by Mr. 

A. J. Cassatt, Philadelphia. 
74S Brush, George de Forest (New York). The Sculptor and the King. Lent 

by Mr. Henry Failing, Portland, Ore. 

746. McEwen, Walter (Paris, France). The Judgment of Paris. Lent by Mr. 

Albert A. Munger, Chicago. 

747. Eaklns, Thomas (Philadelphia). Mending the Nets. 

748. Eakins, Mrs. Thomas (Philadelphia). Reflection. Lent by Mr. W. H. 

MacDowell, Philadelphia. 

749. Lampert, Emma £. (Rochester) A Hillside in Picardy. 

750. Bates, Dewey (Cookham Dene, Berkshire, England). Spring. Lent by 

Mrs. A. C. C. Bere, London. 

751. Whistler, J. McNeill (Paris, France). The Fur Jacket. Lent Mr. by Alex- 

ander Reid, Glasgow, Scotland. 

752. Tryon, D. W. (New York) Morning. Lent by Mr. John Newell, Chicago. 

753. Tryon, D. W. (New York) Rising Moon, Autumn. Lent Mr. by C. L, 

Freer, Detroit. 

754. Tryoo, D. W. (New York) Winter Evening. Lent by Mr. Thomas B. 

Clarke, New York. 

755. Pearce, Charles Sprague (Auvers-sur-Oise, France). The Shepherdess, 

756. Jenkins, H. T. (Philadelphia) Landscape. 

757. Gifibrd, R. Swain (New York). The Cove Road, Naushon Island, Mass. 

Lent by the Detroit Club. 

758. Whistler, J. McNeill (Paris, France). The Lady with the Yellow Buskin. 

Lent by Mr, Alexander Reid Glasgow. 

759. Millet, F. D. (New York) Antony Van Corlear, the Trumpeter. 

760. Turner, C. Y. (New York) The Grand Canal, Dordrecht, Holland. Lent 

by Mr. John Taylor Johnston, New York. 

761. Anderson, David J. (Woodridge, N. J.) Landscape. 

762. Vanderpoel, J. H. (Chicago) Blessed are They that Mourn. 

763. Duvall, Fannie E. (Los Angeles, Cal.) Study of Onions. 

764. Chase, William M. (New York) Portrait of Mrs. E. Lent by Mrs. E. 

765. Jones, Francis C.(New York) On the White Sand Dunes. Lent by Mr. 

John Gellattly, New York. 

766. Dearth, Henry J. (East Hampton, L. L) Autumn. Lent by Mr. George 

L Tillotson. 

767. Stewart, Jules L. (Paris, France) The Baptism. 

768. Whistler, J. McNeill (Paris, France). Harmony in Blue and Silver. 

Lent by Mr. J. J. Shannon, London. 

769. Chase, William M. (New York) Alice (a portrait.) 

770. Shurtleff, R. M. (New York) In Autumn Woods. 

771. Tyler, James G. (New York) The Norman's Woe. Lent by Mr. J. M. 

Jones, New York. 
77a. Keith, William (San Francisco). Autumn Sunset, 

773. Stewart, Jules L. (Paris, France) On the Yacht Namouna, Venic^, 1890. 

Lent by Mrs. Henry Borie, Philadelphia. 

774. Mowbray, H. Siddons (New York). The Rose Harvest Lent by Mr. T, 

Helman, New York. 



UNITED STATES — GALLERY 9 — OIL PAINTINGS. 57 

775. Mowbraj, H. Siddons (New York). Arcadia. Lent by Mr. W. T. Evans, 

New York. 

776. Mowbray, H. Siddons (New York). Scheherazade. ("Arabian Nights.*') 

Lent by Mr. Thomas B. Clarke, New York. 

WEST WALL. 

777. Gangengigl, I. M. (Boston) The Manuscript. Lent by Mr. Wm. A. 

Slater, Norwich, Conn. 

778. Gaugengigl, I. M. (Boston) The Rehearsal. 

779. Gaugengigl, I. M. (Boston) The Love Song. Lent by the Tavern Club, 

Boston. 

780. Davis, Charles H. (Mystic, Conn.) Summer Morning. 

78Z. Waugh, Ida (Philadelphia). Hagar and Ishmael. Lent by the Penn- 
sylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. 

782. Richards, William T. (Newport, R. I.) Old Ocean's Gray and Melan* 
choly Waste. Lent by Mr. Edward H. Coates, Philadelphia. 



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GALLERY 8-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 783 TO 815, INCLUSIVE. 
WEST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT NORTH SIDE OF ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 9. 

783. Tryon, D. W. (New York) A Winter Afternoon. 

784. Johnson, Eastman (New York). Portrait of Dr. McCosh. Lent by 

Mr. Alexander Maitland. 
7?$. Blackman, Walter (London, England). A Capri Belle. 

786. Story, Julian (Paris, France). Mile. De Sombreuil. (Episode of the 

French Revolution — ) 
Sombrenil appean. He is condemned. The door opens. His daaghter glides for- 
ward, and hangs aix>n the neck of the old man, shielding him with her body and beg- 
ging the assassins to spare her father or kill her with the same blow. The sabUmity 
of her deTotion and the fervor of her sapplications move these botchers. The erf 
that Sombrenil be spared is raised by the mob. The weapons are lowered and the 
life of the father is granted the daaghter, bnt at a horrible price. It is exacted that 
to signify her abjuration of the aristocracy she drink from a glass filled with the 
blood of the aristocrats. Madame de SombreoU seizes the glass with a firm hand, 
raises it to her lips and drinks to the health of her father. This act sayes him. 
(LAXARTiirxF-History of the OirondUU.) 

787. Whistler, J. McNeill (Paris, France). Nocturne, Valparaiso. Lent by 

the Hon. Sir John Charles Day, London. 

788. Tryon, D. W. (New York) A Salt Marsh. December. 

789. Homer, Winslow (Scarboro, Me.). Eight Bells. 

790. Van Boskerck, Robert W, (New York) The Hackensack Meadows. 

791. Vanderpoel, J. H. (Chicago) Weary. Lent by Mr. C. L. Hutchinson, 

Chicago. 

792. Parton, Arthur (New York). In the Month of May. Len^ by Mr. W. T. 

Evans, New York. 

793. Freer, Frederick W. (Chicago) Portrait. Lent by Mr. Henry C. Champ- 

lin, Chicago. 

794. Toaspem, Otto (New York). Music. 

NORTH WALL. 

795. Hartwich, Herman (Munich, Bavaria). A Bleachery in Lombardy. 

796. Dessar, Louis P. (Paris, France) Evening. 

797. Marr, Carl (Munich, Bavaria). The Flagellants, 

History records the fact that, owing to wars, the plague, religioos persecntion, intanial 
dissensions, the contention of Chnich and State and the despotic role of rdLentless 
tyrants, the people of Southern Eorope in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries 
were in a despairing condition. When prayer proved unavailing in mitigation of 
tJieir distress, the most devout among them sought to gain the favor of the Almighty 
by self-torture in public places in the towns. Their example was followed, and soon 
young and old practiced self-flagellation. With scourge in hand, praying, weeping, 
groaning and singing, the people formed into great processions led by fanatics. B»* 
ginning at Perugia, they overran Italy, and, to som^ extent, the northern poqnitda^ 
9f i;uio|)9, 



UNITED STATES — GALLERY 9 — OIL PAINTINGS. , 59 

798. Picknell, William L. (New York) The Edge of Winter. Lent by Mr. 

F. A. Hammond, New York. 

799. Dessar, Louis P. (Paris, France) The Fishermen's Departure. (Etaples, 

France.) 

EAST WALL. 

800. Knig^ht, D. Ridgway (Paris, France). Hailing the Ferry. Lent by the 

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia. 
80Z. McEwen, Walter (Paris, France). Telling Ghost Stoaries. 
802. Harrison, Alexander (Paris, France). In Arcadia. 
81^3. Denman, Herbert (New York). The Trio. 

. SOUTH WALL. 

804. Woodbnrjy Charles Herbert (Boston). North Sea Dunes. 

8<^. Pearce, Charles Sprague (Auvers-sur-Oise, France). Portrait of Mrs. P. 

806. HarrisoQv Alexander (Paris, France). The Bathers. 

807. Harrison, Alexander (Paris, France). Twilight. Lent by the St. Louis 

Museum of Fine Arts. 

808. Lyman, Joseph (New York). Sand Dunes at Annisquam, Mass. 

809. Sargent, John S. (London, England) Mother and Child. Lent by Mr. 

Edward Davis, Boston. 
8x0. Cox, Kenyon (New York). Painting and Poetry. 
8x1. Coz, Kenyon (New York). An Eclogue. 

8ia. Marr, Carl (Munich, Bavaria). A Summer Afternoon. Lent by Mrs. 
. P. A. Hearst, Washington, D. C. 

WEST WALL. 

8x3. Harrison, Birge (Paris, France). A Surprise in the Forest of Com- 

pi^gne. 
8x4. Grayson, Cliflford P. (Philadelphia) A Rainy Day at Pont Aven. Lent 

by Mr. Charles J. Singer, Chicago. 
8x5. Moofei H. Humphrey (Paris, France). Japanese Musicians. 



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GALLERY 37-OIL PAINTINGS. i 

NUMBERS 816 TO 911, INCLUSIVE. 

NORTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 8. 

8x6. Weir, John F. (New Haven, Conn.) Forging the Shaft. 

817. Eaton, Charles Warren (New York). On the Maine Coast. 

818. Tryon, D. W. (New York) October. Lent by Mr. Thomas B. Clarke, 

New York. 

819. Gifford, R. Swain (New York). Moorlands. 

820. Throop, Frances Hunt (New York). Spring Carnations. 

821. Rudell, P. E. (Greenwich, Conn.) A November Day. 

822. Pickncll, William L. (New York) The Road to Concarneau. Lent by 

Mr. Thomas B. Clarke, New York. 

823. Turner, C. Y. (New York) John Alden's Letter. 

824. Volk, Douglas (Minneapolis). A Puritan Girl. Lent by Mr. Thomas B. 

Clarke, New York. 

825. Shirlaw, Walter (New York). Sheep-shearing in the Bavarian High- 

lands. 

826. Sartain, Emily (Philadelphia). Marie. 

827. Irwin, Benoni (New York). Portrait of Hubert Herkomer. 

828. Sewell, Mrs. Amanda Brewster (New York). Pleasures of the Past. 

829. Cox, Kenyon (New York). Portrait of St. Gaudens. Lent by Mr. Augustus 

St. Gaudens, New York. 

830. Throop, Frances Hunt (New York). Portrait of a Lady. 

831. Cunningham, J. Wilton (Paris, France). For My Rabbits. 

832. Minor, Robert C. (New York) Evening. 

833. Hassam, Childe (New York). Cab Station, Rue Bonaparte, Paris. 

834. Jones, H. Bolton (New York). The Flax Breaker. Lent by Mr. R. J. 

Menefee, Louisville, Ky. 

835. Turner, C. Y. (New York) Courtship of Miles Standish. Lent by 

Mr. Henry C. Howells, Flushing, L. I. 

836. Walker, Horatio (New York). A Stable Interior. 

837. Huntington, Daniel (New York). The Goldsmith*s Daughter. 

838. Kellogg, Alice D. (Chicago) The Mother. 

839. Martin, Homer D. (New York) Mussel Gatherers at Villerville, Nor- 

mandy. Lent by Mr. F. L. Gunther, New York. 

840. NicoU, J. C. (New York) "Will it Rain To-morrow?" 
842. Beck, Carol H. (Philadelphia) Portrait of Governor Pattison, of Penn- 
sylvania. Lent by the Hon. R. E. Pattison, Harrisburg, Pa. 

842. Hippie, Sarah Levis (Philadelphia). The Road to Puteaux. Lent by 
Mr. F. K. Hippie, Philadelphia, 



UNITED STATES — GALLERY 37— OIL PAINTINGS. 61 

1^3. Nonrse, Elizabeth (Paris, France). The Reader. 

844. Woodwell, Joseph R. (Pittsburg) Rocks at Low Tide, Magnolia, Mass. 

845. Van Boskerck, Robert W. (New York) Sand Road from the Sea. Lent 

by Mr. H. R. C. Watson, New York. 

846. Ho^enden, Thomas (Plymouth Meeting, Pa.). Breaking the Home Ties. 

Lent by Mr. Charles C. Harrison, Philadelphia, Pa. 

847. Fraser, John A. (New York) An English Spring Morning. 

848. Cox, Kenyon (New York). Portrait of Roger D. Lent by Mr. Charles 

Deering, Evanston, 111. 

849. Donoho, G. Ruger (New York). The Explorers. Lent by Mr. J. Hull 

Browning, New York. 

850. Shirlaw, Walter (New York). Rufina. Lent by the Century Associa- 

tion, New York. 

851. Eaton, C. Harry (New York). Landscape. Lent by Mr. Henry A. Rust, 

Chicago. 

852. Chase, Harry (deceased). The Battery Park, New York. Lent by Mrs. 

Harry Chase, St. Louis. 

853. Johnson, Eastman (New York). Two Men. 

854« Chase, Harry (deceased). At Anchor 0£f Scheveningen. Lent by 
Mrs. Harry Chase, St. Louis. 

855. Tompkins, F. H. (boston) Good Friday. 

856. Cox, Kenyon (New York). The Pursuit of the Ideal. 

^57. Smith, Henry P. (New York) Old Oaks at Waterford. Lent by Mr. 

Latham A. Fish, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
858. Shields, Thomas W. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) Cavalier, Time of Louis XIII. 
Q59. Buttles, Mary (New York). Peasant Woman of Alsace. 

860. ' Homer, Winslow (Scarboro, Me.). Herring Fishing. 

861. Jones, Francis C. (New York) Exchanging Confidences. Lent by Mr. 

Thomas B. Clarke, New York. 

862. Rosenthal, Toby (Munich, Bavaria). A Dancing Lesson of Our Grand- 

mothers. 

863. Boggs, Frank M. (Paris, France) Fishing Boats Going Out, Isigny, 

France, Lent by Mr. James H. Dole, Chicago. 

864. Sewell, Mrs. Amanda Brewster (New York). A Sylvan FestivaL 

SOUTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT EAST END. 

865. Gardner, Elizabeth (Paris, France). The Water's Edge. Lent by 

Mr. W. H. Tailer, Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. 

866. Coz, Kenyon (New York). A Vision of Moonrise. Lent by Mr. Charles 

Deering, Chicago. 

867. Eakins, Thomas (Philadelphia). The Writing Master. 

868. Gill, Rosalie Lorraine (New York). Twilight on St. Ives Bay. 

869. Smith, Henry P. (New York) Landscape at Waterford, Conn. 

870. Hasbrouck, D. F. (New York) A Winter Morning in the Catskills. 

Lent by Mr. E. W. Gillette, Chicago. 

871. Brown, J. G. (New York) The Stump Speech. 

872. Story, Julian (Paris, France). Portrait of the Artist's Father. 



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873. Brown, J. G. (New York) When we were Girls. Lentby Mr. E. Asiel, 

New York. 

874. Poore, H. R. (Philadelphia) The Bridge. (At Close of Day.) 

875. Rehn, F. K. M. (New York) Close of a Summer Day. Lent by the Buf- 

falo Fine Arts Academy, Buffalo, N. Y. 

876. Brown, J. G. (New York) Training the Dog. 

877. Whitman, Sarah W. (Boston) Portrait of Oliver Wendell Holmes. 

Lent by the College of Physicians, Philadelphia. 

878. Whittemore, William J. (New York) Autumn Sunshine. 

879. Nicoll, J. C. (New York) Sunlight on the Sea. 

880. Poore, H. R. (Philadelphia) The Night of the Nativity. 

881. Kappes, Alfred (New York). Tattered and Torn. Lentby the Boston Art 

Club. 

882. Whittredge, W. (New York) The Old Hunting Ground. Lent by 

Mr. J. W. Pinchot, New York. 

883. Browne, Charles Francis (Chicago). On the Oise, France. 

884. Baker, Mary K. (Boston) Chrysanthemums. 

885. Clincdinst, B. W. (New York) The Water Colorist. 

886. Dohn, Pauline A. (Chicago) What the Stork Brought. 

887. Turner, C. Y. (New York) The Days that are no More. 

888. Grayson, Clifford P. (Philadelphia) Idle Hours. 

889. Allen, Thomas (Boston). Coming Through the Woods. 

890. Maynard, Guy F. (Chicago) Dutch Interior. Lent by Mr. P. C. Maynard, 

Chicago. 

891. Fisher, Mark (Stockbridge, England). Evening. 

892. Maynard, George Willoughby (New York). Portrait of F. D. Millet. 

Lent by Mr. F. D. Millet, New York. * 

893. Shurtlcff, R. M. (New York) Looking East at Sunset. 

894. Ulridi, Charles F. (Munich, Bavaria) In the Land of Promise. (Castle 

Garden, New York). Lent by Mr. W. T. Evans, New York. 

895. Hayden, Edward Parker. October Sunlight. 

896. Howe, William H. (Paris, France). A Norman Bull. 

897. F088, Harriet Campbell (New York). A Flower Maker. 

898. Trucsdell, Gaylord S. (Paris, France). The Shepherd's Lunch. 

899. Gaul, Gilbert (New York). Charging the Battery. Lent by Mr. W. T. 

Evans, New York. 

900. Palmer, Walter L. (Albany, N. Y.) Autumn Morning; Mist Clearing 

Away. Lent by Mr. John G. Myers, Albany. 

901. Cox, Mrs. Kenyon (Louise H. King) (New York). The Lotos Eaters. 

902. Stone, J. M. (Boston) Leukopis. 

903. Wallace, Laurie (Omaha). Portrait of Mr. James W. Scott. Lent by the 

Chicago Press Club. 

904. Baker, William Bliss (deceased). Silence. Lent by Mr. Thomas B. 

Clarke, New York. 

905. Melchers, Gari (Paris, France). Portrait of Mrs. H. 

906. Koehler, Robert (New York). At the Cafe. 

907. Schilling, Alexander (New York). Landscape. Lent by Mr. A. Ludwig. 

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UKITED STATES— GALLERY 37— OIL PAINTINGS. 63 

908. Trcgo, William T. (North Wales Pa.) The Pursuit. Lent by Mr. J. B 

Wheeler, New York. 

909. Koehler, Robert (New York). The Carpenter's Family. 

910. Majnard, George Willoughby (New York). Pomona. 

9x1. Tryon, D. W. (New York) Daybreak, New Bedford Harbor. Lent bv 
Mr. W. T. Evans, New York. 



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GALLERY 38-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 912 TO 936, INCLUSIVE. 

WEST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT NORTH SIDE OF ENTRANCE FR6m GALLERY 37. 

912. WUes, Irving-R. (New York) A Girl in Black. Lent by Mr. W. M. Chase, 

New York. 

913. Ulrich, Charles F. (Munich, Bavaria) Glass Blowers. Lent by Mr. 

Thomas B. Clarke, New York. 

914. Hardie, Robert Gordon (New York). Portrait of the Artist's Wife. 

NORTH WALL. 

9x5. Moran, Edward (New York). Melodies of the Sea. Lent by Mrs. 
Martha E. French, Chicago. 

916. McEwcn, Walter (Paris, France). The Absent One. (All Soul's Day.) 

917. Dvorak, Frant (Chicago). Mother's Pleasure. 

918. Wjant, A. H. (deceased) In the Adirondacks. Lent by Mr. W. T. 

Evans, New York. 

919. Coman, Mrs. Charlotte B. (Waterville, N. Y.) The Road to Town, 

Florida. 

920. De Crano, F. F. (Philadelphia) Mentone, France. 

EAST WALL. 

921. Johnson, Eastman (New York), Life size Portrait. Lent by Mr. Archi- 

bald Rogers, Hyde Park, New York. 

922. Kappes, Alfred (New York). Rent Day. Lent by Mr. Thomas B. 

Clarke, New York. 

923. Ulrich, Charles F. (Munich Bavaria) An Italian Idyl. 

924. Parsons, Orrin Sheldon (New York). A Lady in Black. Lent by Mr. J. 

L. M. Hunt, New York. 

SOUTH WALL. 

» 

925. Fite, B. R. (deceased) Autumn Showers. Lent by Dr. George W. Fitz, 

Cambridge, Mass. 

926. Fowler, Frank (New York). Portrait. Lent by Mr. H. W. Goodrich, 

New York. 

927. Gutherz, Carl (St. Paul). The Temptation of St. Anthony. 

928. Browne, Charles Francis (Chicago). Sand Dunes of Drummadoon, 

Arran, 

929. Freer, Frederick W. (Chicago) Gold Fish. Lent by Mr. James C. Brooks, 

Chicago. 

930. Curran, Charles C. (New York) A Cabbage Garden. Lent by Mrs. J. A. 

Hewlett, Brooklyn, N.Y. 

931. Hassam, Childe (New York), On the Way to the Grand Prix, 

932. Taggart, George (Watertown, N. Y.). A Portrait. ^ 



UNITED STATES — GALLERY 38— OIL PAINTINGS. 65 

WEST WALL. 

$33. McCormick, M. Evelyn (San Francisco). Morning at Giverny, France. 

934. Voimoh, Robert W. (Philadelphia). Bad News. 

935. BJakelock, R. A. (Cloverdale, N. Y.) Landscape. Lent by Mr. Thomas 

B. Clarke, New York. 

936. Smedlej, W. T. (New York). Embarrassment. Lent by Mr. Thomas B. 

Clarke, New York. 



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GALLERY 39-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 937 TO 991, INCLUSIVE. 

WEST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 88. 

937. Bridgman, Frederic A. (Paris, France) Women at the Mosque, Algiers. 

938. Moeller, Louis. Stubborn. Lent by Mr. Thomas B. Clarke, New York. 
939* Wiggins, Carlton (New York). Clouds and Sunshine. Lent by Mr. 

Charles £. Dingee, Brooklyn. 

940. Wiles, Irving R. (New York) A Lady in Green. 

941. Davis, Charles H. (Mystic, Conn.) On the New England Coast. 

942. Wyant, A. H. (deceased) Evening. Lent by Mrs. A. L. Wyant, New 

York. 

943. Inness, George (Montclair, N. J.). A Winter Morning. 

944. Brown, J. G. (New York) At the Old Cottage Door. Lent by Mr. Gilbert 

Gaul, New York. 

945. Low, Will H. (New York) May Blossoms. Lent by Smith College, 

Northampton College, Mass. 

946. Wiggins, Carlton (New York). Midsummer. Lent by Mr. John F. Din- 
^ gee, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

947. Huntington, Daniel (New York). Portrait of Mr. Elliott F. Shepard, Jr. 

948. Blakelock, R. A. (New York). Moonlight. Lent by Mr. W. M.Laffan, 

New York. 
949* Major, Ernest L. (Boston) Portrait. Lent by Mrs. S. Clark, Williams- 
town, Mass. 

950. Inness, George (Montclair, N. J.). Sundown in the Lane. 

951. Curran, Charles C. (New York) The Iris Bed. Lent by Mr. Wm. S. Hol- 

lingsworth. New York. 

952. Wyant, A. H. (deceased) Sunset in the Woods. Lent by Mr. J. M. Lich- 

tenauer, New York. 

953. Green, Frank Russell (New York). My Sweetheart. Lent by Mr. 

Thomas B. Clarke, New York, 
954* Johnson, Eastman (New York), The Cranberry Harvest, Nantucket 
Island, Mass. Lent by Mr. Auguste Richard, New York. 

955. Bridgman, Frederic A. (Paris, France) In a Village at El Biar, 

Algiers. 

956. Vander Weyden, Harry (Paris, France). Katwijk Herring Boats, (Hol- 

land.) 

957. Vinton, Frederick P. (Boston) Portrait of Augustus Flagg. Lent by 

Mr. Augustus Flagg, Boston. 

958. Inness, George (Montclair, N. J.). Threatening. 

959. Rcid, Robert (New York), Her First Bom. 



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UNITED StATES-.^OALLERV 3$ — OIL PAINTINGS. (yy 

960. Gangeng^igl, I. M. (Boston) The Hat. Lent by Mr. W. F. Weld. Boston. 

961. Curran, Charles C. (New York) Sealing the Letter. Lent by Mr. Hen- 

derson, Minneapolis. 

NORTH WALL. 



^ 962. Irwin, Benoni (New York). Sweet Sixteen. 

963. Peters, Clinton (Paris, France). Portrait of Mile. N. C. 

964. Helmold, Adele von (Philadelphia). Marigolds. 

965. Martin, Homer D. (New York) Behind the Dunes, Lake Ontario. 

966. Lownes, Anna (Philadelphia). The Raven. 

967. Browne, Charles Francis (Chicago). Back from the Beach, Cape Ann. 

968. Beckwith, Carroll (New York). Portrait of Miss E. A. H. Lent by 
Miss Hall, New York. 

EAST WALL. 

969. Iimess, George (Montclair, N. J.). The Millpond. Lent by Mr. Thomas 
B. Clarke, New York. 

970. Coffin, William A. (New York) Moonlight in Harvest. 

971. Turner, C. Y. (New York) The Pride of the Farm. 

972. Whittredge, W. (New York) The Plains, Lent by the Century Club, 
New York. 

973. Inness, George (Montclair, N. J.), A Day in June. 

974. Curran, Charles C. (New York) Hall of the Venus de Milo, in the 
Louvre, Paris. Lent by Mr. H, T. Shriver, New York. 

975. Palmer, Walter L. (Albany, N. Y.) An Early Snow. Lent by Mr. F. D, 
Hurtt, New York. 

976. Vandcrpoel, J. H. (Chicago) Twilight Reverie. 

977. Inness, George (Montclair, N. J.). September Afternoon. LetK by 
Mr. Thomas B. Clarke, New York. 

978. La Farge, John (New York). Halt of the Wise Men from the East. 
Lent by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 

979. Vinton, Frederick P. (Boston) Portrait of Theodore Chase. Lent by 
Mr. Theodore Chase, Boston. 

980. La Farge, John (New York). Visit of Nicodemus to Christ. 

981. Maynard, Guy F. (Chicago) Looking Out. Lent by Mr. P. C. May- 
nard, Chicago. 

982. Wyant, A. H. (deceased) Clearing Off. 

983. Johnson, Eastman (New York). The Nantucket School of Philosophy. 
Lent by Mr. E. D, Adams, New York. 

984. E^ans, Joe (New York). The Plainfield Road. 

985. Fit2, B. R. (deceased) Reflection. Lent by Mr. W. T. Evans, New 
York. 

986. Giflford, R. Swain (New York). The Rock of Gibraltar. Lent by Mrs. H. 
E. Lawrence, New York. 

987. Ochtman, Leonard (New York). Night. 

988. Tyler, Bayard H. (New York) Waiting. 

989. Wyant, A. H. (deceased) An October Day. 

990. Bisbing, Henry S. (Paris) Lapsing Waves on a Quiet Shore. 
99Z. Jones, Francis C. (New York) The Favorite Grandchild. 



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GALLERY 40-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 992 to 1011, INCLUSIVE. 
SOUTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE EAST END OP THE WALL. 

993. WyaUt, A. H. (deceased) Sunset. Lent by Mr. Frederick B. Pratt, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

993. Allen, W. S. (New York) Evening at the Lake. 

994. Inness, George (Montclair, N. J.). The End of the Shower. Lent by Mr. 

Thomas B. Clarke, New York. 

995. Inness, George (Montclair, N. J.). Twilight. Lent by Mr. Thomas B. 

Clarke, New York. 

996. Inness, George (Montclair, N. J.). The Delaware Valley. Lent by Mr. 

Thomas B. Clarke, New York. 

997. Dewing, T. W. (New York) A Lady in Blue. Lent by Mr. C. L. Freer, 

Detroit, Mich. 

998. Inness, George (Montclair, N. J.). A Sunny Autumn Day. Lent by Mr. 

Thomas B. Clarke, New York. 

999. Inness, George (Montclair, N. J.). A White Mountain Valley. Lent by 

Mr. Thomas B. Clarke, New York. 

EAST -WALL. 

BEGINNING AT ENTRANCE TO FRENCH GALLERIES. 

1000. Vedder, Elihu (Rome, Italy). The Sorrowing Soul between Doubt and 

Faith. Lent by Mr. W. George Webb, Salem, Mass. 
looi. Vedder, Elihu (Rome, Italy). The Cup of Love. Lent by Mrs. A. F. 

Roudebush, New York. 
looa. Vedder, Elihu (Rome, Italy). The Young Marsyas. Lent by Mrs. A. 

F. Roudebush, New York. 
1003. Vedder, Elihu (Rome, Italy). A Venetian Model. Lent by Mr. Davis 

Johnson, New York. 
Z004. Vedder, Elihu (Rome, Italy). The Fisherman and the Geni. Lent by 

Mr. Martin Brimmer, Boston. 
lOOS La Fargc, John (New York).' A Venetian Guitar Player. (A design 

for stained glass.) 
C006. Vedder, Elihu (Rome, Italy). Delilah. Lent by Col. J. G. Moore, New 

York. 
1007. Vedder, Elihu (Rome, Italy). Sampson. Lent by CoL J. G. Moore, New 

York. 



UNITED STATES — GALLERY 4O — OIL PAINTINGS. 69 

1008. Vcddcr, Elihu (Rome, Italy). Morning. Lent by Mr. J. B. Wheeler, 

New York. 

1009. Vedder, Elihu (Rome, Ttaly). The Roc's Egg. Lent by Mr. Martin 

Brimmer, Boston. 
zozo. Vedder, Elihu (Rome Italy). A Soul in Bondage. Lent by Mrs. A. F. 

Roudebush, New York. 
ion. Vedder, Elihu (Rome, Italy). The Lair of the Sea Serpent. Lent by 

the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Mass. 

Note. — The North and West walls of Gallery 40 contain pictures belonging 
to the United States Loan Collection (Foreign Masterpieces owned in the 
United States). These are catalogued as Group 146 — "Exhibits from Private 
Collections"— beginning with No. 3003. 

From Gallery 40 the numbering of the oil'paintings belonging to the United 
States Section is continued in Alcove 115, in the upper gallery of the East Court 
(Northeast comer), reached by a staircase from the Northeast corner of the East 
Court, main floor. The visitor should not neglect the paintings in the galleries. 
Among them are some of the most meritorious works in the United States 
Section. 



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UPPER GALLERY OF EAST COURT- 
OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 1012 TO 1135, INCLUSIVE. 

NORTH WALL— ALCOVE 115. 

BEGINNING AT STAIRCASE LEADING TO THE UPPER GALLERY. 

1012, Bunker, Caroline (Boston). Goosefield. 

ZOX3. Newcomb, Mrs. Marie Guise (New York). Sheep in the Clearing. 

ZOZ4. Trotter, Mary K. (New York) Daphnis. 

10x5. Weber, Carl (Philadelphia). Trout Stream near Dingman*s Ferry. 

1016. Moran, Thomas (New York). Grand Cafton of the Yellowstone. 

X017. Vonnoh, Robert W. (Philadelphia) Portrait of Dr. J. M, Da Costa. 

Lent by the Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia. 

10x8. Couse, Eanger I. (Paris, France) Milkmg Time. 

XOX9. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). An Orchard. 

X020. Dessar, Louis P. (Paris, France) Study — French Peasant Girl's Head. 

Lent by Mr. Meyer Jonasson, New York. 

I03I. Dunsmore, John Ward (Detroit). Mozart. 

X022. Curran, Charles C. (New York) A Winter Fog. 

X023. Witt, J. H. (New York) The Celestial Choir. 

ALCOVE 114. 

1024, Slade, Emily (New York). Portrait of Miss C. C. C. 

1025. Cox, Mrs, Kenyon (Louise H. King Cox) (New York). A RondeL 
XQ26. Morris, Jennie H. (Moorestown, N. J.) Still Life. 

Z027. Fisher, Mark (Stockbridge, England). Cattle Crossing a Stream. 

1028. Wagner, Jacob (Boston). A Bit of a Lark. 

1029. Walkley, D. B. (Pittsburg) The Potter. Lent by Mr. W. A. Shaw, 

Sharpsburg, Pa. 
xojo. Metcalf, W. L. (New York) Tunisian Market. Lent by Mr. H. R. 

Astor Cary. 
X03Z. Dow, Arthur W. (Ipswich, Mass.) Marsh Islands. 
X032. Hill, Roswell S. (New York) Young Girl Reading. 
1033. Eakins, Thomas (Philadelphia). Portrait of Prof. George Barker. 

Lent by Prof. George Barker, Philadelphia. 
X034. MacDowell, Elizabeth (Philadelphia). Day Dreams, (.ent by Mr. 

Walter MacDoWgll, Philadelphia. 
X035. Woodwcll, Johanna K. (Pittsburg) Study Head of a Young Lady. 
Z036. DuMond, Frank Vincent (New York). Monastic Life. 
X037. Tolman, Stacy (Allston, Mass.). The Etcher, 



UNITED STATES — ALCOVE II4 — OIL PAINTINGS. 7I 

X(^. Alien, Thomas (Boston). Thoroughbreds. Lent by Mrs. Thomas 

Allen, Pittsfield, Mass. 
XQ39. Buttles, Mary (New York). Julie. 
Z040. Woodbary, Charles Herbert (Boston). The Tide River. 
X04Z. Coz, Kenyon (New York). May. 

ALCOVE 113. 

Z042. Hamilton, John McLure (London). The Knitting Lesson. 
X043. Sargent, John S. (London England) Study of an Egyptian Girl. 
Z044. Eakins, Thomas (Philadelphia). Portrait of Mr. William D. Marks. 

Lent by Mr. William D. Marks, Philadelphia. 
X045. Twachtman, J. H. (Greenwich, Conn.) The Brooklyn Bridge. Lent 

by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. ♦ 

X046. Cochrane, J. G. (Boston) Old Stone Stairway, Pont Aven, France. 
X047. Grenet, Edward (Levallois-Perrct, France). Forgotten. 
X048. Vedder, Simon Harmon (Paris, France). Indian Head. 
X049. Bridgman, Frederic A. (Paris, France) Day Dreams. 
X050. Gottwald, F. C. (Cleveland) Sunday On the Docks. 
XQ5X. Delachauz, Leon (Paris, France). The Miller's Son. 
1052. Eakins, Thomas (Philadelphia). Portrait of Dr. Agnew. Lent by 

the University of Pennsylvania. 
X053. Woolfolk, £. Marshall (Paris, France). Washer-women, Nemours, 

France. 
1054. Low, Will H. (New York) A Woodland Glade. 
X0S5. Haynes, C. Coventry. At Home. 
lOSfi, Martin, Homer D. (New York) Head-waters of the Hudson. Lent 

by Mr. Thomas B. Clarke, New York. 
z(^7. Huntington, Daniel (New York). Elise. 

X058. Craig, Thomas B. (New York) An Upland Pasture. (Morning.) 
Z059. Minor, Robert C. (New York) Autumn. 
Z060. Corner, Thomas C. (Baltimore) Industry. 
zo6x. Eakins, Thomas (Philadelphia). Portrait of Dr. Gross. Lent by the 

Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia. 

ALCOVE 112. 

' X062. Howland, A. C. (New York) Fourth of July Parade. Lent by Mr. 
W. H. Fuller, New York. 

X063. Robbins, L. L^e (Paris, France). Before the Looking Glass. 

zo64. Thouron, Henry (Philadelphia). A Precious Bit. 

Z065. Hatfield, J. H. (Canton Junction, Mass.) The Doll's Bath. 

Z066. Chapman, Carlton T. (New York) Five O'clock at St. Ives, England. 
^ X067. Thouron, Henry (Philadelphia). Resting. Lent by Mrs. E. A. Thou- 
ron, New York, 

X068. Bunker, Caroline (Boston). Wheat Stacks, Afternoon Sunshine. 

X069. Thouron, Henry (Philadelphia). A Rainy Prospect. Lent by Mr. 
Howard Hancock, Philadelphia. 

Z070. Homer, Winslow (Scarboro, Me.). Sunlight on the Coast. Lent by 
Mr. John G. Johnston, Philadelphia. 



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X07X. Peters, Clinton (Paris, France). Portrait of Dr. George Bull. Lent by 
Dr. George Bull, Paris. 

Z072. Lamb, F. M. (Houghton, Mass.) End of the TraiL 

X073. Baird, W. B. (Paris, Fiance) Waiting their Turn. 

Z074. Emmet, Lydia Field (New Rochelle, N. Y.). Noonday. Lent by Miss 
A. B. Phelps, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Z075. Mimger, Gilbert (Paris, France). The Rising Moon. 

Z076. Koopman, August B. (New York) Asking a Blessing. 

i<>77* Jcunes, Frederick (New York). An Impromptu Affair in the Days of 
"The Code." 

Z078. Morris, Jennie H. (Moorestown, N. J.) A Comer in a Turkish Bazaar. 

Z079. Clarke, Thomas Shields (Pittsburg). Portrait of Madame d'£. 

Z080. . Gifford, R. Swain (New York). Nashawena. Lent by Mr. Thomas B. 
Clarke, New York. 

zo8z. Homer, Winslow (Scarboro, Me.). The Two Guides. Lent by Mr. 
Thomas B. Clarke, New York. 

Z082. Duvall, Fannie £. (Los Angeles, Cal.) Chrysanthemum Garden in Cal- 
ifornia. 

Z083. Eakins, Thomas (Philadelphia). Cowboys at Home on a Ranch. 

1084. Meeks, Eugene (Florence, Italy). Macaroni Hot. 

1085. Niles, Edward Glover (Boston). Portrait 

X086. Boston, Joseph H. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) Gladys. A portrait. 

Z087. Palmer, Walter L. (Albany, N. Y.) January. Lent by Mr. Thomas B. 

Clarke, New York. 

Z088. Coffin, Elizabeth R. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) Hanging the Net 

Z089. Smith, De Cost (New York). Sioux Lovers. Lent by Mr. E. Reuel 

Smith, New York. 

ALCOVE in. 

X090. Major, Ernest L. (Boston) St Genevieve. 

Z09Z. Tryon, D. W. (New York) The Rising Moon. Lent by Mr. Charles 
L. Freer, Detroit. 

Z092. Low, Will H. (New York) The Portrait Lent by Mr. W. T. Evans, 
New York. 

Z093. DnMond, Frank Vincent (New York). Holy Family. 

Z094. Dodson, Sarah P. Ball (Brighton, England). The Morning Stars. 

Z095. Cain, Neville (Louisville). The Satyr and the Traveler. 

Z096. Dellenbaugh, Frederick S. (New York) On the Moquis Cliflb, Ari- 
zona. 

Z097. Trotter, Mary K. (New York) Lamplight 

Z098. Butler, Howard Russell (New York). Marine. 

Z099. Nettleton, Walter (Finistere, France). A Dafk Interior. 

zzoo. Dewey, Charles Melville (New York). The Return of the Hay Boats. 
Lent by Mr. W. T. Evans, New York. 

zzoz* Rolshoven, Julius (Paris, France). A Spanish Dancer. 

ZZ02. Shepley, Annie B. (New York) The Wonderful Story. 

ZZ03. Hodgkins, Belle D. (Salem) Low Tide at Annisquam. 

ZZ04. Barnard, E. H. (Boston) Portrait of E. H. B. 

ZZ05. Harrison, Alexander (Paris. France). A Misty Morning. 



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xxo6* Homer, Winslow (Scarboro, Me.). The Camp Fire. Lent by Mr. 

Thomas B. Clarke, New York. 

XX07. Needham, Charles Austin (New York). Mott Haven Canal, New York 

City. ' 

ALCOVE 110. 

xxo8. Homer, Winslow (Scarboro, Me.). March Wind. Lent by Mr. Thomas 

B. Clarke, New York. 
XX09. Moran, Edward (New York). The White Squadron's Farewell Sdute 

to Commodore John Ericsson. 
ixio. Perry, Lilla C. ^Boston) Portrait of Alice. 
XXXI. Bryant, Wallace (Boston). Noon. 
XXX2. Homer, Winslow (Scarboro, Me.). A Great Gale. Lent by Mr. Thomas 

B. Clarke, New York. ^ 

XXX3, ' Miller, Charles H. (New York) The East River, New York. 
XXX4. Young, Charles Morris (Gettysburg, Pa.). The Harvest of Death. 

(Wheat Field at Gettysburg after the battle.) 
XXX5. Walden, Lionel (Paris France). Boulogne Fishing Boats. 
xxx6. Homer, Winslow (Scarboro, Me.). The Return from the Hunt Lent 

by Messrs. Reichard & Co., New York. 
xxxy. Millet, F. D. (New York) Rook and Pigeon. Lent by H. McK. 

Twombly, New York. ♦ 

xxx8. Homer, Winslow (Scarboro, Me.). Hound and Hunter. 
xxxp. Homer, Winslow (Scarboro, Me.). Maine Coast in Winter. Lent by 

Mr. Thomas B. Clarke. 
xxjo. Moran^ Peter (Philadelphia). Down the Arroya to Santa F^. 
XX2X. Rai^ht, John Willard (New York). The Highway, Brittany. 
XX22. Norton, William E. (London, England) Moonlight on the River. 

Lent by Messrs. Williams & Everett, Boston, 
ixa3. Millet, F. D. (New York) A Difficult Duet. Lent by Mrs. C. M. Ray- 
I mond. New York. 

1x24. Homer, Winslow (Scarboro, Me.). Sailors Take Warning. (Sunset.) 
i XX25. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). A Mountain Road. 

ALCOVE 109. 

xxa6. Brooks, A. F. (Chicago) The Primrose Way. 
xxay. Green, C. A. (Brooklyn) Peonies. 
.XX28. Curran, Charles C. (New York) Early Morning in June. Lent by 

Mr. Samuel T. Shaw, New York. 
xxa9. Walden, Lionel (Paris, France). Fog on the Thames. 
1x30. Blaahfield, Edwin H. (New York) The Angel With the Flaming Sword. 

PIER BEYOND STAIRCASE (187). 

XX3X. Pritchard, J. Ambrose (Boston). Prayer. 

xxja. Eakins, Thomas (Philadelphia). The Crucifixion. 

PIER OF ROTUNDA (186). 

PASSAGE FROM EAST COURT TO NORTH COURT. 

XX33. Robbins, Lucy Lee (Paris, France). My Mother's Portrait 
XX34. Kronberg, Louis (Boston). Behind the Footlights. 
XX35. ChurchiU, W. W., Jr. (Boston) Portrait 



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UPPER GALLERY OF NORTH COURT 

-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 1136 TO 1292 INCLUSIVE. 



EAST ,\VALL. 

BEGINNING AT PANEL 184— AT STAIRCASE. 

136. Gay, Walter (Paris, France). A Dominican Monk. 

137. Homer, Winslow (Scarboro, Me.). Coast in Winter. Lent by Mr. 

John G. Johnson, Philadelphia. 

ALCOVE 183. 

138. Story, Julian (Paris, France). Portrait of Mme. Eames-Story. 

139. Coffin, William A.*(New York) A Pennsylvania Farm after a Thun- 

der Shower. 

140. Clements, Gabrielle D. (Philadelphia) Andarina. 

141. Holman, Frank (Paris, France). Venice. 

142. Faxon, William Bailey (New York) Lady in Profile. 

143. Vanderpoel, J. H. (Chicago) Summer Morning in the Orchard. 

144. Healy, G. P. A. (Chicago) Portrait of Adolphe Thiers. Lent by the 

Newberry Library, Chicago. 

145. Graves, Abbot (Boston) Poppies. 

Z46. Curran, Charles C. (New York) Under the Awning. Lent by Mrs. K. 
R. Papin, Chicago. 

147. Nowottny, Vincent (Cincinnati). Landscape near Munich. 

148. Major, Ernest L. (Boston) Youth. 

149. Coffin, Esther L. (New York) Grapes. 

ALCOVE 182. 

150. Weir, J. Alden (New York). The Open Book. 

151. Weir, John F. (New Haven) Portrait of Admiral Farragut. Lent by 

the University Club, New York. 

152. Parshall, De Witt (Paris, France). The Cliffs of Ayerne. 

153. Dearth, Henry J. (Easthampton, L. I.) A Long Island Garden. 

154. Hamilton, John McClure (London, England). The Rt. Hon. W. E. 

Gladstone, at Downing Street. 

155. Holman, Frank (Paris, France). Young Warrior. 

156. Tracy, John M. (deceased.) Southern Field Trials, 1891. Lent by Mr. 

C. Klackner, New York. 

157. Smith, De Cost (New York). Driven Back. 

158. Theriat, C. J. (Paris, France) Young Girl Spinning. j( Biskra.) 

159. Cox, Kenyon (New York). A Solo. 



UNlTtet) STATES— ALCOVE 1 82— OIL PAlNTlJlGS. ^J 

X160. Woodwell, Joseph R. (Pittsburg) A Rocky Coast, Magnolia, Mass. 

zx6x. Cameron, Edgar S. (Chicago) In the Studio. 

1x62. Moran, Thomas (New York). Iceberg in Mid-Atlantic. 

XX63. Lorenz, Richard (Milwaukee). Alone. 

XX64. Theriat, C. J. (Paris, France) An Arab Goatherd. 

XX65. Woodwell, Joseph R. (Pittsburg) Cobblestone Beach, Magnolia 

Mass. 
X166. Weir, John F. (New Haven) Roses. Lent by Mr. J. R. Ball, New 

York. 
XX67. Dewey, Charles Melville (New York). The Prelude of Night 
xz68. Norton, S. Mary (Boston). In the Locomotive Cab. 
XX69. Perry, Lillie C. (Boston) An Open Air Concert. 
1x70. Johnston, Humphreys (Paris, France). Moorish Fountain in the Church 

of Santa Maria del Alhambra. 

ALCOVE 181. 

XX7X. Needham, Charles Austin (New York). A Street in New York City. 

1x72. Van Gorder, L. E. (New York) The Terrace, Central Park, New York 

XX73. Nettleton, Walter (Finistfere, France). Left in Charge of the Farm- 
yard. 

XX74. Senat, Prosper L. (Philadelphia) In the Gulf of Ajaccio. ' 

X175. Stephens, Alice Barber (Philadelphia). Rainy Day Effect in Philadel- 
phia. 

XX76. Johns, Laura A. (New York) Apple Trees in Sunlight. Lent by Mr. 
H. C, Johns, Decatur, 111. 

XX77. Conant, Lucy S. (Boston) The Orchid Meadow. 

XX78. Penfold, Frank C. (Buffalo) Herring Season, Pas de Calais. 

XX79. Lambert, John, Jr. (Philadelphia) Landscape, Midday. 

xx8o. Twachtman, J. H. (Greenwich, Conn.) Autumn Shadows. 

xx8x. Vezin, Fred (Munich, Bavaria). Dogs. 

xxSs. Jamison, Henrietta L. (Columbus, O.) The Lanterns. 

XX83. Stewart, Jules L. (Paris, France) Venice. Lent by Mr. James Gordon 
Bennett, Paris. 

XX84. DuMond, Fred Melville (Paris, France). A Legend of the Desert. 

XX85. Canldwell, Leslie (Paris, France). A Breton Garden. 

xx86. Forsyth, W. (Indianapolis) Landscape. Lent by Mr. L. Weisenberger, 
Indianapolis. 

XX87. Hammer, John J. (New York) Spring Flowers. 

1x88. ScwcU, Robert V. V. (New York) Boys Bathing. 

XX89. Sewcll, Robert V. V. (New York) Sea Urchins. 

XX90. Hale, Ellen Day (Boston). Bessy. 

xxpx. Curran, Charles C. (New York) A Dream. 

XX92. Hamilton E. W. D. (Boston) Evening. 

XX93. Vonnoh, Robert W. (Philadelphia) Blanche. 

XX94. Senat, Prosper (Philadelphia). On the Nile near Beni Hassan. 

XX95. Munsell, Albert H. (Boston) Beacon Hill in Winter. 

ALCOVE 180. 
XX96. Pearce, Charles Sprague (Auvers-sur-Oise, France). Portrait of Mrs. P. 



^6 VVORLD*S COLUMBtAK E3tt>0SltI0N— DEP*T K— FINE ARTS. 

ZZ97. Johnston, Humphreys (Paris, France). Study of Breton Peasants, late 
Afternoon. 

1198. Norton, William £. (London. England). Return of the Herring Fleet, 

Holland. 

1199. Weir, J. Alden (New York). Portrait 

xaoo. Hetzel, George (Pittsburg). Study from Nature. 

zaoz. Horsfall, Bruce (Clinton, Iowa). The Musical Hour. 

zao2. Gill, Rosalie Lorraine (New York). Portrait of Miss Inglis. 

Z203. Gay, Edward (Mt. Vernon, N. Y.). Mother Earth. 

Z204. Whitman, Sarah W. (Boston) Niagara. 

Z205. Gaul, Gilbert (New York). Silenced. Lent by Mr. W. M. Chase, New 

York. 

Z206. Bogert, George H. (New York) Morning. 

Z207. Grenet, Edward (Levallois-Perret). Evening Harmony. 

zaoS. Hallowell, Maria (West Medford, Mass.). Portrait. 

Z209. Ives, Percy (Paris, France). Brittany Fishermen. 

Z2Z0. Dillon, Julia (New York). Peonies. 

Z2ZZ. Eakins, Thomas (Philadelphia). The Sculptor. Lent by William R. 

O'Donovan, New York. * 

Z2Z2. Clarl^f, Thomas Shields (Pittsburg). A Gondola Girl. 

NORTH WALL—PANEL— ALCOVE 179. 

Z2Z3. Rook, Edward F. (Paris, France) Moonrise, Normandy. 

Z2Z4. Lambert, John, Jr. (Philadelphia.) A Commissionaire (Public Porter 

and Messenger). 
Z2Z5. Smith, E. Boyd (AuvefS-sur-Oise, France). Return from the Fields. 



PASSING, FOR THE TIME, THE WATER-COLORS IN ALCOVES 179-178-177 AND 
176 WE CONTINUE THE EXHIBIT OF OIL PAINTINGS ON THE 

PANEL— ALCOVE 176. 
Z2z6. Singer, Winnaretta (Paris, France). Spring Study. 

WEST WALL— ALCOVE 175. 

Z2Z7. Harper, W. St. John (Easthampton, L. I.). Autumn, Easthampton. 
Lent by Mr. W. T. Evans, New York. 

Z2z8. Stone, J. M. (Boston) A Summer Dream. 

Z2Z9. Hatfield, J. H. (Canton Junction, Mass.) A Letter from Papa, Pal- 
myra. 

Z220. Richards, Samuel (Denver). The Hour of Prayer. Lent by Mrs. L. 
Richards, Denver. 

Z22I. Kendall, Wm. Sargent, (New York). St. Yves Pray for Us. 

Z222. Elwell, D. Jerome (Boston). Moonrise at Domberg, Zeeland, Holland. 
Lent by the St. Botolph Club, Boston. 

Z223 Leigh, W^illiam R. (Munich) A New Acquaintance. 

1224. Ramsdell, F. Winthrop (Paris, France). Portrait of Mrs. Reynolds. 
Lent by Mr. T. J. Ramsdell. 



UNITED STATES— ALCOVE 1 75— OIL PAINTINGS. ^^ 

xaS. Needham, Charles Austin (New York). Near Factory Hollow, Turner's 

Falls, Mass. 
X226. Hale, Philip (Paris, France). Old Woman Reading. Lent by Rev. E. 

E. Hale, Roxbury, Mass. 
1227. Tompkins, Clementina M. G. (New York) A Beginner in Art. 
XS28. Theriat, C. J. (Paris, France) Path in the Oasis of Biskra. 

1229. Perry, Lilla C. (Boston) Reflection. 

1230. Dodson, Sarah P. Ball (Brighton, England). Saint Thekla. 
X231. Alexander, Henry (New York). Chinese Interior. 

1232. Beaux, Cecilia (Philadelphia). Portrait of a Boy. 

X233. Gill, Mariquita (Givemy, France). A Gray Day, Giverny, France. 

X234. Perry, Lilla C. (Boston) Child in a Window. 

1235. Bunker, Caroline (Boston). Study of Snowballs. Lent by Mrs. F. D. 

Cross, Providence. 

ALCOVE 174. 

1236. . De Camp, Joseph (Boston). Carnation and Black. 

X237. Johnston, Humphreys (Paris, France). Study in a Grenada Garden. 

1238. Meteyard, T. B. (Paris, France) Road at Giverny. 

1239. Cooper, Colin C. (Philadelphia) Portrait. *Lent by Gen. St. Clair A. 

MulhoUand, Philadelphia. 
X240, Greene, Lillian (Boston). A Brittany Landscape. 
X24X. Smith, Frank Eugene (Munich, Bavaria). Portrait of My Brother. 

Lent by Mr. F. L. Smith, New York. 
X242. Scott, Jeannette (Paris, France). Hollyhocks. 
X243. White, Robert H. (Camden, N. J.) Morning in February. 
1244. Blenner, Carle J. (New York) Portrait of El SeSor Don Roderigo de 

Saavedra, Jr. Lent by Sefior Roderigo de Saavdra, Jr., Royal Spanish 

Legation, Washington. 
X245. Bicknell, Frank A. (Paris, France) An Old Appft Orchard. 
X246. Foster, Ben (New York). In Fontainebleau Forest. Lent by Mr. J. F. 

Drummond, New York. 
X247. Strickler, John R. (Brooklyn) Interrupted. 
X248. Clarke, Thomas Shields (Pittsburg). Night Market, Morocco. 
X249. Pape, Frederic L. M. (Paris, France) The Site of Ancient Memphis. 

1250. Muhrman, Henry (London, England). The Two Trees. 

1251. Lamb, Ella Condie (New York). The Advent Angel. 

1252. Clark, Rose (Buffalo) Mother and Child. 

X253. Dube, Mrs. Mattie (New York). Pumpkins and Onions. 

X254. Newman, Carl (Philadelphia). A Study. Lent by Mr. Charles M. 

Chabot. 
1255. Peralta, S. B. de (Boston). Among the Lilies. 
X256. Paulus, Francis P. (Munich, Bavaria) A Rainy Day. 
X257. Whelpley, A. Renouf (Munich, Bavaria). Portrait of Mile. Hansen. 

Lent by Mile. Hansen, Brunswick. 

1258. Veddcr, Simon Harmon (Paris, France). Head of a Young Girl. 

1259. Didier, Ida Joy (Allegheny, Pa.). Portrait. 

X26o. Fairchild, Lucia (Boston). Portrait of a Boy with a Hat. Lent by Mrs, 
C. Fairchild, Boston. 



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X26i. Perry, Lilla Cabot (Boston) Little Angfile. 

xa62. Emmet, Lydia Field (New Rochelle, N. Y.). The Mere. 

ALCOVE 173. 

id^. Putnam, Sarah G. (Boston) Portrait. Lent by Elizabeth R. Hooper, 

Boston. 

I264« Mathews, Arthur F. (San Francisco) Judith. 

1265. Kendall, William.Sargent (New York). The Glory of Fair Promise. 

X266. Ipsen, Ernest (Boston). Interior of a New England Blac'ismtth Shop. 

1267. Meeks, Eugene (Florence, Italy). Ready for the Chase. 

1268. Rice, William M. J. (New York) Portrait. 

1269. Perry, Lilla C. (Boston) Child with Violoncello. 

1270. Hess, Lydia Purdy (Chicago). Portrait of Miss E. H. Lent by Miss 

Ena Hutchison, Mineral Point, Wis. 

1271. Peixotto, George D. Maduro (Paris, France). Portrait of a Child. 

Lent by Senator J. P. Jones, California. 

1272. Van Briggle, A. (Cincinnati) Portrait of Mrs. Charity Van Briggle. 

1273. Vonnoh, Robert W. (Philadelphia) Studio Comrade. Lent by the 

Pennsylvania AcJtiemy of the Fine Arts. 

1274. Maynard, George Willoughby (New York). Civilization. Lent by the 

National Academy of Design, New York. 

1275. Thouron, Henry (Philadelphia). Up Hill. Lent by Miss Moss, Phila- 

delphia. 

1276. Thouron, Henry (Philadelphia). Patches — Soup. Lent by Mr. Caleb 

Cresson, Philadelphia. 

1277. Grenet, Edward (Levallois-Perret, France). Portrait Study. 
Z278. Corner, Thomas C. (Baltimore) Mother and Child. 

1279. Bregler, Charles (Philadelphia). Portrait of a Woman. Lent by Mrs. 

Wm. Bregler, Philadelphia. 

1280. Perry, Lilla Cabot (Boston.) Portrait of a Child. Lent by Mr. Roger 

Wolcott, Boston. 
128Z. Theriat, C. J. (Paris, France.) Waiting for Supper. 
1282. Thouron, Henry (Philadelphia). Etruria. Decorative study in Neutral 

Tints and Complementary Colors. 
X283. Benson, Frank W. (Salem, Mass.) Figure in White. 

1284. Sartain, Wm. (New York) Nubian Sheik. 

1285. Woodward, William (New Orleans). Persimmons. 

Z286. Norcross, Eleanor (Paris, France). In My Studio. Lent by Mr. A. 

Norcross. 
X287. Delachauz, Leon (Paris, France). The Mill in the Meadows. 
Z288. Kellogg, Alice D. (Chicago) Intermezzo. 

1289. Grenet, Edward (Levallois-Perret, France). Grandmother's Return. 

1290. Cooper, Colin C. (Philadelphia) Portrait of a Lady. 

IN STAIRCASE NORTH WEST OF ROTUNDA. 

Z29X. Orrin, Peck (Munich, Bavaria). Portrait of Mrs. H. 
X292, Orrin, Peck (Munich, Bavaria). Blessing the Flowers. 



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SECOND FLOOR, NORTH END OF NORTH COURT— AL- 
COVES 179, 178, 177 and 176— NUMBERS 1293 

TO 1512, INCLUSIVE. 

ALCOVE 179— SCREEN A— SOUTH SIDE. 

1293. Hartson, Walter C. (Chicago) The Outskirts of the City. 

1294. Moran, Edward (New York). Outskirts of the Forest. 

1295. Henry, Edward L. (New York) Before the Days of Rapid Transit. 

Lent by Mr. Sheppard Knapp, New York. 

1296. Helmick, Howard (Washington, D. C). Portrait. Lent by Mrs. Stoddart, 

Washington, D. C. 

1297. Hassam, Childe (New York). Indian Summer, Madison Square, New 

York. 

1298. Dana, Charles E. (Philadelphia) A Doorway in Aries, (South of France.) 

1299. Turner, Ross (Salem, Mass.). Oleanders and Lilies. 

1300. Tyler, James G. (New York) Dark Days at Sea. 

ijox, Kappes, Alfred (Van Courtlandt, New York). Apple Pie. 

1302. Senat, Prosper L. (Philadelphia) The River Bend at Ventimille. 

SCREEN A— NORTH SIDE. 

13^3. Smedley, W. T. (New York) Entrance to the Hall of Mines, World*s 
Columbian Exposition. Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 

X304. Gifford, R. Swain (New York). The Mountains of Chobet el Akra, 
North Africa. 

13PS* Twachtman, J. H. (Greenwich, Conn.) Winter. 

1306. Whittemore, William J. (New York) Misty Twilight. 

1307. Gibson, W. Hamilton (Brooklyn, N. Y.). A Connecticut Hamlet. 

1308. Powers, Ellen (Florence, Italy). Convolvulus. 

1309. Nicoll, J. C. (New York) During a Storm. 

1310. Jones, H. Bolton (New York). Early Snow. Lent by Mr. Walter 

Watson, New York. 

131 1. Perrie, Bertha E. (New York) Bound for the Banks. 

1312. Turner, Ross (Salem, Mass.). Old Japan (b). 

X313. Dixey, Ellen Sturgis (Boston). Dresden in January. 
13x4. Thttlstrup, T. de (New York). At the Opera. 





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' ALCOVE 179. 

BEGINNING ON THE NORTH WALL. 

« 

13x5. Famy» Henry F. (Cincinnati) A Sioux Camp. Lent by Miss Jane 

Eckstein, Cincinnati. 
1316. Jones, Francis C. (New York) Waiting. 
13x7. La Farge, John (New York). "Just Flowers." Lent by Mr. J. M 

Sears, Boston. 
I3i8, La Farge, John (New York). Water Lilies. Lent by Mr. J. M. 

Sears, Boston. 

1319. Eaton, C. Harry (New York). Nordhoff, New Jersey. 

1320. Tiffany, Louis C. (New York) Cathedral at Morlaix. 

1321. Farny, Henry F. (Cincinnati) Mountain Trail. Lent by Mr. Solomon 

Sharp, Cincinnati. 

1322. Farny, Henry F. (Cincinnati) Got Him. Lent by Mr. Frank Duhme, 

Cincinnati. 
Whittemore, William J. (New York) The Fairy Story. 
Walton, William (New York). A Great Enchantment 
Minor, Robert C. (New York) Moonlight. 
Lauber, Joseph (Leonia, N. J.) Lane of the Willows. 
Foster, Ben (New York). A Swineherd. 
Ihlefeld, Henry (New York). My Puppy. 

Smith, F. Hopkinson (New York). In the Fishing Quarter, Venice. 
Keller, Arthur I. (New York) Bavarian Peasants. 
Jones, H. Bolton (New York). Winter. Lent by Mr. J. C, NicoU, New 

York. 
Sears, Sarah C. (Boston) Portrait. 
Rix, Julian (New York) October. 
Drake, W. H. (New York) At Sea. 
Nicholls, Rhoda Holmes (New York). Washing Day. Lent by Mr. 

Louis J. Francke, New York. 
Herter, Albert (New York). The Great Mystery. 
Edwards, George Wharton (New York). An Interesting Subject* 
Drake, W. H. (New York) Misty Weather. 
Fraser, John A. (New York) A Bit of the Upper Thames. 
Fraser, John A. (New York) A Gray Bit on Long Island. 
Eaton, Charles Warren (New York). The Witching Hour. 
Redmond, J. J. (New York) Market Day in Thun, Switzerland. 
Baker, J. Elder (New York). Chysanthemums. 

ALCOVE 178— SCREEN B— SOUTH SIDE. 

Z344« Smith, F. Hopkinson (New York). The Rialto. Lent by Charles 
Scribner*s Sons, New York, 

1345. Smcdlcy, W. T. (New York) Site for the Statue of the Republic 

(World's Columbian Exposition). Lent by Charles Scribner^s Sons. 
New York. 

1346. Pattison, James William Qacksonville, 111.). A Meadow in Spring. 
X347« Senat, Prosper L. (Philadelphia) HQa4 of tb^ Creek, K^on^bunk^ 

port| Me. 



UNITED STATES— ALCOVE 1 78 — WATER COLORS. 8 1 

1348. Fraser, John A. (New York) The Heart of Scotland. 
'349« TiflEany, Louis C. (New York) Feeding the Flamingoes. Lent by Mrs. 
Van Doren, New York. 

1350. Smith, F. Hopkinson (New York). Venetian Fishing Boats. Lent by 

Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1351. Guerin, Jules (Chicago). Early Morning in a Village Street, Kentucky. 

Lent by Mr. George Middleton, Chicago. 

1352. Blaney, Dwight (Boston). The Temple of Neptune, at Paestum, Italy. 

SCREEN B— NORTH SIDE. 

I3S3« Fraser, John A. (New York) An Old English Street. 

1354. R«f Julian (New York). Button-ball Trees. 

1355. Gifford, R. Swain (New York). Salt Works at Batz, France. 

1356. Conant, Lucy S. (Boston) Nasturtiums. 

1357. Rice, H. M. Interior. 

1358. Church, F. S. (New York) Pandora. Lent by Mr. W. T. Evans, New 

York. 

1359. Lauber, Joseph (Leonia, N. J.). The First Day of School. 

1360. Fraser, John A. (New York) Bad Weather, Kirk Lake, N. Y. 
Z36z. Edwards, George Wharton (New York). In the Dunes, Flanders. 
Z362. Stackpole, Alice (Boston). Late Afternoon in Beverly, Mass. 

1363. SmUlie, N. S. J. (New York) Pink and White. Lent by Hel^ne de 
Cordova, New York. 

. ALCOVE 178. 

THE NUMBERING BEGINS ON THE EAST SIDE. 

13(^4. Thulstrup, T. de (New York). A Moujik. 

1365. Hartson, Walter C. (Chicago) Old Willows at Glendale. 

1366. Smith, F. Hopkinson (New York). After the Catch. 

1367. Bricher, A. T. (New York) A Summer Morning. 

1368. Greatorex, Kathleen H. (Paris, France) The Carnival. 

1369. Rascovich, Robert (Chicago). A Canal in Venice. 

1370. Tiffany, Louis C. (New York) Summer. 

1371. Rehn, F. K. M. (New York) The Reef. 

1372. Bridges, Fidelia (Canaan, Conn.). In an Old Orchard. 

1373. Dana, Charles £. ( Philadelphia) ^pgi^he Farm of Amont, Etretat, Nor- 

mandy. 

1374. Mente, Charles (New York). An Evening Pastoral. 

1375. Mcllhenny, C. Morgan (Shrub Oak, N. Y.). A Bull Calf. 

1376. Maynard, George Willoughby (New York). A Sea Witch, 

1377. McChcsney, Clara T. (New York) Still-life. 

1378. Hallett, Hendricks A. (Boston) Winter Moonlight. 

1379. Foster, Ben (New York). Night. 
Z380. Sears, Sarah C. (Boston) Romola. 

1381. Mcllhenny, C. Morgan (Shrub Oak, N. Y.). Old Friends. Lent by Mr. 

T. B. Clarke, New York. 
13S2. Schilling, Alexander (New York). An Autumn Evening. 
1383. Scott, Mrs. E. M. (New York) Still-life, 



82 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP't K — FINE ARTS. 

384. Snell, Henry B. (New York) Crossing the Bar. 

3?5. Crum, Clark. Sympathy. Lent by Mr. J. M. Sears, Boston. 

386. McChesney, Clara T. (New York) The Old Cobbler. 

387. Maynard, George Willoughby (New York). Sirens. Lent by Mr. F. G. 
Bourne, New York. 

388. Daingerfield, Elliott (New York). Woman with a Pumpkin. 

389. Sears, Sarah C. (Boston) A Spanish Girl. 

390. Lampert, Emma E. (Rochester, N. Y.) A Breadwinner. 

391. Mcllhenny, Charles Morgan (Shrub Oak, N. Y.). Moonrise. 

392. Ochtman, Leonard (New York). Frost. 

393. Mente, Charles (New York). The Shepherd and his^Flbck. 

394. Clusmann, William (Chicago). A Wood Interior, Wisconsin. 

395. Tiffany, Louis C. (New York) A Street in Algiers. 

396. Satterlee, Walter (New York). Adirondack Trout. 

397. Carter, Fernando A. (Syracuse, N. Y.) Dutch Boats at Rotterdam. 

398. Mente, Charles (New York). Money to Lend. 

399. Hassam, Childe (New York). Springtime in the City. 

400. Allen, Thomas (Boston). Changing Pasture, Dartmoor. 

401. Franzen, August (New York). Afternoon. 

ALCOVE 177-SCREEN C— SOUTH SIDE. 

402. Colman, Samuel (Newport, R. I.). Ruins of a Mosque, Tlemcin, Algeria* 

403. Dana, Charles E. (Philadelphia) Gruy6re. Lent by the Art Club of 
Philadelphia. 

404. Hartson, Walter C. (Chicago) Along the'Baraboo River. 

405. Smith, Joseph Lindon (Boston) Bartholomeo Coleone. 

406. Sawyer, D. Wallace (New York). Bourboule Washerwoman. 

407. Bredin, Christine S. (Cincinnati) A Peasant Woman of Dachau, Ba- 
varia. 

408. Nicoll, J. C. (New York) Twilight, Late Autumn. 

409. Turner, Ross (Salem, Mass.). Flood Tide. 

410. Bradley, Horace (New York) A Glimpse of W. M. Chase's Studio. 

SCREEN C— NORTH SIDE. 

4x1. Pierce, Charles F. (Boston) A New England Pasture. 

412. Rotch, Arthur (Boston). Li mburg Cathedral. 

413. Lampert, Emma E. (RocheMlr) Through the Meadows in Holland. 
Lent by Miss Louise Imlach, New York. 

4x4. TifiEiEmy, Louis C. (New York) Cobblers at Bouferik, Algeria. 

415. Needham, Charles Austin (New York). A Dream of Autumn. 

416. Robinson, Will S. (Philadelphia) In the Harbor (sunlight effect). 

417. Senat, Prosper L. (Philadelphia) A Corner in San Remo, - 

418. Tiffany, Louis C. (New York) A Street in Algiers. 

419. Castello, Eugene (Philadelphia). Gate of Justice, Cairo. 

420. Gibson, W. Hamilton (Brooklyn, N. Y.) Rain Clouds. 

ALCOVE 177. 

THE NUMBERING BEGINS ON THE EAST WALL. 

142X. Brown, J. G. (New York) A Wall Flower, 



UNITED STATES — ALCOVE 1 76 — WATER COLORS. 83 

1422. Vandeireer, Mary A. (Amsterdam, N. Y.) Study of Peonies. 

Z433. Breul, Hugo (Providence). Twins. 

1424. Senat, Prosper L. (Philadelphia^ Capri from Sorrento. 

1435. NichoUs, Rhoda Holmes (New York). The Scarlet Letter. 

1426. Thnlatnip. T. de (New York). Swedish Interior 

Z427. Hassaih, Childe (New York). Montmartre. 

1428. Jones, H. Bolton (New York). Winter. 

1429. Satterlee, Walter (New York). Garden Weeds. 

1430. Jones, Annie W. (Chicago) Easter Lilies. 

1431. Tewksbury, Fanny W. ( Boston) A New England Homestead. 

1432. Silsbee, M. (Boston) Monadnock. 

1433. Gibson, W. Hamilton (Brooklyn). Upland Meadows. Lent by Mr. 

Charles H. Wacker, Chicago. 

1434. Wells, Newton A. (Syracuse) Rest. 

1435. Moser, James Henry (Washington, D. C). November Evening. 

1436. Colman, Samuel (Newport, R. I.). Mosque at Tlemcin, Algeria. 

1437. Pattison, James William (Jacksonville, 111.). East Gloucester Ferry 

Landing. (Massachusetts.) 

1438. Cabot, Edward C. (Brookline, Boston, Mass.) Wind-swept Beeches, 

Naushon Island, Mass. Lent by Mrs. Charles Perkins. 

1439. Chapman, Carlton T. (New York) Toilers of the Sea. 

1440.^ Millet, F. D. (New York) A Roman Maiden. Lent by Mr. Henry G- 
Marquand, New York. 

1441. Gibson, W. Hamilton (Brooklyn, N. Y.). Russet Meadows. 

1442. Gifford, R. Swain (New York). A Tile Kiln on the Northern Canal. 

1443. Foster, Ben (New York). The Shepherds. 

1444. AUen, Thomas (Boston). Portal of a Ruined Mission, San Jos^, Texas. 

1445. Robinson, William S. (Philadelphia) Arrival of the Boats, Coast of 

Holland. • 

1446. Birney, William Verplanck (New York). Backyard Pets. 

1447. Eaton, Charles Warren (New York). Winter. 
Z448. NicoU, J.jC. (New York) Evening After a Gale. 

1449. Eaton, Charles Warren (New York). The Snow Mantle. % 

1450. Dawson, Arthur (Chicago). Snow Scene. 
X451. Eaton, C. Harry (New York). Indian Summer. 
Z452. Hardwick, Melbourne H. .Boston) Looking Inland. 

1453. Allen, Thomas (Boston). Pasture by the Sea. 

1454. Franzen, August (New York). Before the Rain. 

X455. Eaton, Charles Harry (New York). Autumnal. Lent by Mr. J. D. 

Grant, San Francisco. 
1456. Scott, Mrs. E. M. (New York) Roses. 
X457. Gibson, W. Hamilton (Brooklyn). September Rain. 
Z458. Whittcmorc, William J. (New York) Early Worshippers, St. Ives, 

Cornwall. 

ALCOVE 176 -SCREEN D— SOUTH SIDE. 

1459. Lnngren, F. H. (Cincinnati) A Snowy Evening. Lent by Mr, Dwight 
Huntington, Cincinnati. 



84 world's COLUI4BIAN EXPOSITION — DEP't K — FINE ARTS. 

1460. NichoUs, Rhoda Holmes (New York). Chrysanthemums. 

1461. Smedley, W. T. (New York) " Up Among the Great Iron Arches"— 

Manufactures and Liberal Arts Building, World's Columbian Expo- 
sition. Lent by Charles Scribner*s Sons, New York. 

1462. Hammer, John J. (New York) In the Dry Docks. 

1463. Smedley, W. T. (New York) A Lazy Companion. 

1464. Woodwell, Johanna K. (Pittsburg, Pa.) Portrait of Miss L. 

1465. Pomeroy, Grace V. (New York) Home of the Bullfrog. 
2466. Brooks, A. F. (Chicago) Boys Fishing. 

X467. Gibson, W. Hamilton (Brooklyn, N. Y.) Landscape. 

1468. Smedley, W. T. (New York) Before the Agricultural Building, World's 

Columbian Exposition. 

1469. Twachtman, J. H. (Greenwich, Conn.) Pier near Newport, R. I. 

1470. Hassam, Childe (New York) The Rain. 

SCREEN D— NORTH SIDE. 

1471. Blashfield, Edwin H. (New York) The Duo. Lent by Mrs. John H. 

Sherwood, New York. 

1472. Smedley, W. T. (New York) "There could be no doubt," thought Miss 

Latymer, "that it was to be the 'intense elderly.* " Lent by Charles 
Scribner*s Sons, New York. 

1473. Curran, C. C. (New York) Cupid Asleep. 

1474. Gibson, W. Hamilton (Brooklyn, N. Y.). A Honey-dew Picnic. 

1475. Bradbury, M. R. (New York) Santa Maria della Salute, Venice. 

1476. Smedley, W. T. (New York) Jackson Park; Part of the Exhibition 

Grounds. Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1477. Young, Charles M. (Gettysburg, Pa.) The Forest. 

1478. Colman, Samuel (Newport, R. I.). At the Fountain. 

1479. Sherwo5d, Rosina Emmet (New York). In the Orchard. 

1480. Sherwood, Rosina Emmet (New York). Sunlight in the Orchard. 

1481. Mente, Charles (New York). Willows and Sheep. 

1482. Turner, Ross (Salem, Mass.). Old Japan (a). , 

1483. Smedley, W. T. (New York) Near the Hall of Mines, World's 

Columbian Exposition. Lent by Charles Scribner*s Sons, New York. 
2484. Gibson, W. Hamilton (Brooklyn, N. Y.). On the Canal at Dort, 

Holland. 
1485. Ertz, Edward (Paris, France). Sunset, Chartres, France. 
i486. Smedley, W. T. (New York) The Administration Building," World's 

Columbian Exposition. Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

ALCOVE 176. 

1487. Nicoll, J. C. (New York) Near York Harbor, Maine. 

1488. Holman, Frank (Paris, France). Melody. 

1489. Bradley, Susan H.^ Philadelphia) Mount Monadnock, New Hampshire. 

Lent by Miss Sears, Boston. 

1490. Dawson, Arthur (Chicago). When Evening Twilight Gathers 'Round. 
X491. Bellows, A. F. (deceased) Sunday Afternoon in N^w England. Lwt 

by Mr. J. H. Willing, Chicago. 



UKlTEt) STATES — ALCOVE 176— WATfiR COLORS, 85 

1492. Richards, William T. (Newport, R. L) An Atlantic Beach. 

Z493. Schilling, Alexander (New York). Fields in Early Spring. 

1494. Dana, Charles £. (Philadelphia) Street in Morat, Switzerland. 

1495. Abbey, £. A. (Fairford, Gloucestershire, England) Mariana (" Meas- 

ure for Measure "). Lent by Mr. "Henry G. Marquand, New York. 

1496. Holman, Frank (Paris, France). A^ Sun Effect. 

1497. Parrish, Clara Weaver. Study of a Southern Negro. 

1498. Coffin, Esther L. (New York) The Madison Square Tower, New York, 

at Night. 

1499. Scott, Mrs. E. M. (New York) Summer Roses. 

1500. Manley, Thomas R. (New York) A Wet Day from My Studio Win- 

dow. 

1501. Harison, Mary A. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) Pansies. 

150a. Gi£ford, R. Swain (New York). A Summer Afternoon, New England. 

1503. Hassam, Childe (New York). Fifth Avenue, New York. 

1504. DeLuce, Percival (New York). Busy Idleness. 

1505. Coffin, Esther L. (New York) Grapes. 

1506. Pitkin, Caroline W. (New York) Porgies. 

1507. Whittemorc, William J. (New York) In Old Edinburgh. 

1508. Ctirran, C. C. (New York) Night. Lent by Mr. William T. Evans, 

New York. 

1509. Scott, Mrs. E. M. (New York) White Rose. 

X510. Gibson, W. Hamilton (Brooklyn, N. Y.). An Afternoon Pastoral. Lent 
by Mr. Charles L. Hutchinson, Chicj^go. 

ON PILASTER BY STAIRCASE. 

15x1. Greatorex, Kathleen H. (Paris, France) Comer of the Strozzi Palace, 
Florence. 

15x2. Whittemorc, William J. (New York) The Coast of Cornwall, Eng- 
land. 



86 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP't K — F1N£ ARTS. 



Group 144-Chalk Charcoal, 
Pastel and Other Drawings. 



PASTELS. 

SECOND FLOOR, SOUTH SIDE OF EAST COURT— ALCOVES 
125 AND 126.— NUMBERS 1513 TO 1577, INCLUSIVE. 

ALCOVE 125. 

BEGINNING ON THE EAST WALL. 

5x3. E(,rown, J. Appleton (New York). Sand Dunes. 

514. Champney, J. Wells (New York). Portrait of Mrs. Champney. 

515. Gibson, W. Hamilton (New York). Moonlight in Opelousas. 

516. Eaton, Charles Warren (fiew York). Flowers of Autumn. 

517. Heoker, Caroline T. (New York) Roses. 

518. Wagner, Jacob (Boston). Portrait of My Mother. 
5x9, Brown, J. Appleton (New York). Springtime. 

520. Allan, W. R. (New York) A Portrait. 

521. CHuldwell, Leslie (Paris, France). Evening. 

522. Wadsworth, Adelaide (Boston). Fishing Boats at^nchor, Venice. 

523. Rolshoven, Julius (Paris, France). A Chioggia Fisherman. 

524. Muhrman, Henry (London, England). An Old Tree. 

525. Allan, W. R. (New York) The Gleaner. 

526. Muhrman, Henry (London, England). Houses, Hampstead Heath, 

England. '^ 

527. Muhrman, Henry (London, England). Vale of Health, Hampstead 

Heath, England. 

528. Binney, Martha G. (New York) Sketch of Haystacks. 

529. Muhrman, Henry (London, England). A Field of Buttercups. 

530. DuMond, L. A. (Paris, France) Priscilla and John Alden. 

531. Eaton, Charles Warren (New York). Wintry Fields. 

532. Josephi, J. A. (New York) Midnight. 

533. Mackubin, Florence (Baltimore). Portrait Study in Yellows. 

534. Beaux, Cecilia (^Philadelphia). Portrait. Lent by Mr. William Bum- 

ham, Philadelphia. 

535. Reaugh, Frank (Oak Cliff, Texas). Landscape with Cattle. 

536. Muhrman, Henry (London, England). View of Highgate. 

537. Necker, Caroline J. (New York) Yellow and White Roses. 



UNITED STATES — ALCOVE 125 — PASTELS. 87 

Z538. Mtthrman, Henry (London, England). Shells. 

1539. Chase, William M. (New York) Good Friends. 

1540. Rolshoven, Julius (Paris, France). A Chioggia Fisherman Reading 

Tasso. 

1541. Corwin, Charles A. (Chicago) Oat Harvest. 

1542. Klumpke, Anna £. (Boston) Portrait of Miss K. H. Lent by Miss 

Lilian Horsford, Cambridge, Mass. 

1543. Muhrman, Henry (London, England). Dawn, Hampstead Heath, Eng- 

land. 
2544. Rolshoven, Julius (Paris, France). In the Shade. 

1545. Reaogh, Frank (Oak Clifif, Texas). February in Texas. 

1546. Eaton, Charles Warren (New York). Morning on the North River, 

New York. 

1547. Muhrman, Henry (London, England). Trees and Pond, Hampstead 

Heath, England. 

1548. Rolshoven, Julius (Paris, France). Ave Maria. 

1549. Sherwood, Rosina Emmet (New York). The Black Cockade. 

1550. Young, Charles Morris (Gettysburg, Pa.). The Cornfield at Twilight. 

1551. Hamilton, John McLure (London, England). Cardinal Manning, the 

Palace, Westminster, 1890. 

1552. Twachtman, J. H. (Greenwich, Conn.) Le Gorge d'Enfer (Throat of 

Hell). Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1553. Sherwood, Rosina Emmet (New York). A Sleeping Child. 

1554. Well, Gertrude (Philadelphia). Silence. 

1555. Champney, J. Wells (New York). Portrait of the Rev. Robert CoUyer. 

1556. Sherwood, Rosina Emmet (New York). A View in Central Park, 

New York. 

1557. Brown, J, Appleton (New York). December. 

1558. Rolshoven, Julius (Paris, France). Two Types, Sotto Marina, near 

Venice. 

1559. Allan, W. R. (New York) An Ideal Head. 

1560. Allan, W. R. (New York) A Landscape. 

Z56x» Muhrman, Henry (London, England). Landscape, Hampstead Heath, 

England. 

ALCOVE 126. 

1562. Wuerpel, Edmund H. (Paris, France) "Majella," a Study. Lent l)y 

Dr. William Taussig, St. Louis. 

1563. Brown, J. Appleton (New York). Summer. 

1564. Mills, Lena (New York). Portrait of a Lady. 

1565. Stewart, Jules L. (Paris, France) Portrait of Mrs. Broleman. Lent by 

Mr. William H. Stewart, Paris. 

1566. Muhrman, Henry (London, England). Study of Birch Trees. 

1567. Muhrman, Henry (London, England). Firs and Gorse. 

2568. Muhrman, Henry (London, England). Scene on Hampstead Heath. 
England. 

1569. Reynolds, Alice M. (New York) A Portrait. 

1570. Eaton, Charles Warren (New York). A December Sunset. 

1571. Mills, Lena (New York). A Boy's Head. 



88 WORLD*S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION— DEP*T K — FINE ARTS. 

1572. Champney, J. Wells (New York). "Suzanne." 

I573* Harrison, Birge (Paris, France). Evening on the Seine, France. 

1574. Thomsoa, William (London, England). Study of a Head. 

'57S« Cauldwell, Leslie (Paris, France). Twilight. 

1576. Sherwoed, Rosina Emmet (New York). September. Lent by the Bos- 
ton Art Club. 

X577. Emmet, Lydia Field (New York). A Portrait Sketch by Lamplight. 



UNITED STATES — CHARCOALS, PENCIL DRAWINGS, ETC. 89 



CHARCOALS, PENCIL DRAWINGS, WASH DRAW- 
INGS, WORKS IN BLACK-AND-WHITE. ETC. 

IN THE PASSAGE (129) BETWEEN THE EAST AND SOUTH COURTS 
(SECOND FLOOR)— NUMBERS 1578 TO 1594 INCLUSIVE. 

1578. Tyler, Bayard H. (New York) Indian Head, Palisades. (Charcoal.) 

1579. Reinhart, Charles S.(New York) "Liberal and Conservative." (Pencil.) 

1580. Rhodes, Charles Ward (Chicago). Study Head. (Charcoal.) Lent by 

Mrs. Charles R. Rhodes, Marietta, Ohio. 

1581. Reinhart, Charles S. (New York) Portrait of Charles Dudley Warner. 

(Pencil.) 
1588. Hammer, John J. (New York) Study Head. (Charcoal.) 

1583. Millet, F. D. (New York) A Prisoner. (Pencil.) 

1584. Reinhart, Charles S. (New York) A Near-Sighted Deputy. (Pencil.) 

1585. Attwood, F. G. (Boston) "The Glorious Fourth" — Full-page cartoon 

for Li/f. (Pen and ink.) 

1586. Tyler, Bayard H. (New York) Group of Trees. (Charcoal.) 

1587. Reinhart, Charles S. (New York) A Tramp. (Pencil.) 

1588. Sterner, Albe 1 1 E.( Par is, France) My Cousin Fanny. (Pencil.) Lent 

by the Century Co., New York. 

1589. Millet, F. D. (New York) Study of Heads. (Pencil.) 

1590. Chase, William M. (New York) Like Mother, Like Daughter. (Pen- 

ciH Lent by Harper and Brothers, New York. 

1591. Hyde, W. H. (New York) At Home. (Pen and ink.) 

159a. Reinhart, Charles S. (New York) Christmas Morning. (Pencil.) 
1593. Robinson, Theodore (New York). Portrait of Claude Monet. (Char- 
coal.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
Z594. Wiles, Irving R. (New York) Ignace Jan Paderewski. (Charcoal.) 

STAIRCASE AT NORTHEAST OF ROTUNDA— NUMBERS 1595 TO 
1626 INCLUSIVE.— WORKS IN BLACK-AND-WHITE. 

TOP LANDING. 

1595. MetoUf, W. L. (New York) "He Drove the Knife Through his Hand." 

1596. Woodward, J. D. A Pond Effect. Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 

1597. Parsons, Alfred (New York). Ischatal, St, George's. Lent by Harper 

& Brothers, New York. 

1598. Denman, Herbert (New York). "Another Visitor who Never Misses a 

Welcome is the Bringer of Eatables." Lent by Charles Scribner's 
Sons, New York. 

1599. Remington, Frederick (New Rochelle, N. Y.). "Boots and Saddles." 

Lent by the Century Co., New York. 



90 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP't K — FINE ARTS. 

1600. Metcalf, W. L. (New York) The Picture Gallery. Lent by Charles 

Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1601. Parsons, Alfred (New York). Camp Opposite Kalafat. Lent by Har- 

per & Brothers, New York. 

THIRD LANDING OF STAIRCASE— PENCIL DRAWINGS. 

x602. Woodbury, Charles Herbert (Boston). Rutch Lane. 

1603. Woodbury, Charles Herbert (Boston). In Switzerland. 

X604. Woodbury, Charles Herbert (Boston). Building at Hoven. 

1605. Woodbury, Charles Herbert (Boston). Cedar Tree, Beverly, Mass. 

1606. Woodbury, Charles Herbert (Boston). Thun Castle, from the River. 

(Switzerland.) 

1607. Woodbury, Charles Herbert (Boston). Market at Thun, Switzerland. 

SECOND LANDING OF STAIRCASE— BLACK AND WHITE, DRAW- 
INGS, WASH DRAWINGS, ETC. 

1608. Wiles, Irving R. (New York) A Mendicant. (Wash drawing.) 

1609. Fraser, John A. (New York) Cathedral Rocks, Yosemite. (Black and 

white.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1610. Fraser, John A. (New York) Back of the Village, Chiddingstone, Kent, 

England. (Black and white.) 

1611. Burns, M. J. (New York) "By George! I'vQGot Him!" (Black and white.) 

1612. Wiles, Irving R. (New York) A Study. (Wash drawing.) Lent by Mr. 

C. C. Curran, New York. 

1613. Burns, M. J. Danger Ahead. (Black and white.) 

1614. Wickenden, Robert J. (Paris, France) Study of Oaks, Island of Jersey. 

(Pencil and wash.) 

1615. SmedIey,W.T. (New York) In the House of Representatives, Wash- 

ington, D. f. (Black and white.) 
i6i6. Wiles, Irving R. (New York) The Morning Paper. (Wash drawing.) 
Lent by Mr. W. M. Chase, New York. 

1617. Zogbaum, R. F. (New York) A Landing — The Advanced Skirmishers. 

(Black and white.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

FIRST LANDING OF STAIRCASE— WASH DRAWINGS. 

1618. Wiles, Irving R. (New York) A Jewish Wedding. 

1619. Wiles, Irving R. (New York) Confirmation, Temple Emanuel, New 

York. 

1620. Wiles, Irving R. (New York) Class in Phonography. 

1621. Wiles, Irving R. (New York) In the Designing Room, Young 

Women's Christian Association, New York. 

GROUND FLOOR OF STAIRCASE— BLACK AND WHITE 

DRAWINGS. 

1622. Mowbray, H. Siddons (New York), Ben Hur. Lent by Harper & 

Brothers, New York. 

1623. Castaigne, A. (Baltimore, Md.) "To the Mistral"— Festival of the 

Fclibres, Provence, France. 



UNITED STATES — CHARCOALS, PENCIL DRAWINGS, ETC. 9 1 

1624. • Denman, Herbert (New York). "As Satisfactory as any Visitors arc the 

Children.'* Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1625. Parsons, Alfred (New York). Daffodils. 

i6a6. Blashfield, Edwin H. (New York) Vision of Saint Anne. Lent by 
Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

STAIRCASE AT SOUTHEAST OF ROTUNDA. NUMBERS FROM 1627 
TO 1665 INCLUSIVE— BLACK AND WHITE DRAWINGS. 

GROUND FLOOR. 

1627. Helmick, Howard (Washington, D. C). "Faith'd Fetch It." Lent by 

the Century Co., New York. 

1628. Thulstrup, T. de (New York). Columbian Exposition Workers in Staff 

— World's Columbian Exposition. Lent by Harper & Brothers, New 
York. 

1629. Helmick, Howard (Washington, D. C). "On the Floor Lay Berrian 

Cozart." Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1630. Small, Frank O. (Boston) After the Game. Lent by Mitchell & Miller, 

New York. 

1631. Small, Frank O. (Boston) The Last Picnic of the Season. Lent by 

Harper & Brothers, New York. 

1632. Mctcalf, W. L. (New York) Cable Hut at Shore End. Lent by 

Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

, FIRST LANDING OF STAIRCASE— BLACK AND WHITE 

DRAWINGS. 

1633. Small, Frank O. (Boston) A Forgotten Ancester. 

1634. Sterner, Albert E. (Paris, France) " Tassionnement' was What I 

Wanted." Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
X635. Zogbaum, R. F. (New York) Shore Drill— Pegging Away at an Im- 
aginary Enemy. Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1636. Parsons, Alfred (New York), In Silistria. Lent by Harper & 

Brothers, New York. 

1637. Smcdley, W. T. (New York) "Illustration." 

1638. Helmick, Howard (Washington, D. C). "Many a Bride Stepped from 

Aboard Her Husband's Whaler." Lent by the Century Co., N. Y. 
X639. Fenn, Harry (Montclair, N. J.). East End of Ganne's Hotel, Barbizon. 

Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 
1640. Fenn, Harry (Montclair, N. J.). On the Common, Gardiner's Island. 

Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
xd4X. Small, Frank O. (Boston) The Dawn Struggling with the Night. 

SECOND LANDING OF STAIRCASE— BLACK AND WHITE 

DRAWINGS, ETC. 

1642. Burns, M. J. Interior of a Round House. (Black and white.) Lent by 

Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1643. Blum, Robert (New York). "Where the Proprietor, Stark Naked, 

Prestles the Paddy. (Wash drawing.) Lent by Charles Scribner's 
Sons, New York, 



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92 WORLD S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP T K — FINE ARTS. 

1644. Parsons, Alfred (New York). Pig Wallow. (Black and white.) Lent 
by Harper & Brothers, New York. 

X645. Gibson, C. D. (New York) "I Wish to God You Were Out of the Busi- 
ness." (Wash drawing.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 
. 1646. Bacher, Otto H. (New York) Unloading a Banana Steamer. (Black 
and white.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1647. Parsons, Alfred (New York). The Snowdrops. (Black and white.) 

1648. Blum, Robert (New York). Tea Pot and Crockery. (Wash drawing.) 

Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1649. Zogbaum, R. F., *'A11 Hands to Skylark." (Black and white.) Lent by 

Harper & Brothers, New York. 

THIRD LANDING OF STAIRCASE— BLACK AND WHITE 

DRAWINGS, ETC. 

1650. Blum, Robert (New York). "She Looked at Me and Spoke Trust- 

ingly." (Wash drawing.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 
165X. Cox, Kenyon (New York). Drawing of bust of J. Alden Weir, by Olin 
L. Warner. (Pen drawing.) 

1652. Blum, Robert (New York). Japanese Dinner at the Golden Koi. (Wash 

drawing.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 

1653. Blum, Robert (New York). The Tall Ladder of a Fire Station. (Wash 

drawing.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1654. Small, Frank O. (Boston) Pop Concert. (Black and white.) Lent by 

Harper & Bros., New York. 

1655. Bradley, Horace (New York). Still-Life Class Room. Art Students* 

League, New York. 

1656. Blum, Robert (New York). Benteen Cave, Enoshina. (Wash draw- 

ing.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1657. Blum, Robert (New York). "My Eye was Caught by the Gleam of a 

Brass Doorknob.** (Wash drawing.) Lent by Charles Scribner's 
Sons, New York. 

1658. Blum, Robert (New York). The Amina Japonica. (Wash drawing.) 

Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 
X659. Fenn, Harry (Montclair, N. J.). First Glimpse of the Kusneh, Petra. 
(Black and white.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

GALLERY FLOOR, AT TOP OF STAIRCASE— BLACK 
AND WHITE DRAWINGS, ETC. 

1660. Thulstrup, T. de (New York). Circassians of the Imperial Gu&rd. 

(Black and white.) 

1661. Frost, A. B. (Courent, Morris County, N. J.) "If You Pull that Trigger 

and Hit the Mark, Ye can Ride ofif Free." (Wash drawing.) Lent by 
Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1662. Edwards, George Wharton (New York). At Dinner. (Black and 

white.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1663. Fenn, Harry (Montclair, N. J.). Sepulchres of Ferdinand and Isabella, 

Philip, and Joanna in the Royal Chapel Grenada. Lent by the Cen- 
tury Co., New York. 



UNlTEf) StAtfiS — CHARCOALS, PENCIL DRAWINGS, ETC. $3 

1664. Thulatrup, T. de(New York). A Moujik's FuneraL (Black and white.) 
i^6s> Pcrard, Victor (New York). Pelham Park. (Wash drawing.) Lent 
\ by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

' STAIRCASE AT SOUTHWEST OF ROTUNDA— NUMBERS 1666 TO 

: 1677, INCLUSIVE 

I (WORKS AT TOP OP STAIRCASE— AT THE THIRD LANDING AND AT THE FIRSl 

LANDING ARE CATALOGUED WITH ARCHITECTURE 

AND DECORATION.) 

SECOND LANDING OF STAIRCASE— WASH DRAW- 
INGS. ETC. 

x666. Wiles, Irving R. (New York) The Salesroom, Young Women*s Christ- 
ian Association, New York. (Wash drawing.) Lent by the Century 
Co., New York. 
1667. Small, Frank O. (Boston) Said in Passing. (Black and white.) 
z668. Smith, F. Hopkinson (New York). Scene in Venice. (Black and 
white.) 

1669. Stephens, Alice Barber (Philadelphia). Their Perfume Flooded the 
House. Lent by Leslie's Weekly, New York. 

1670. Bnms, M. J. Working Drops from the First Fly Gallery. (Black and 
white.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1671. Petard, Victor. River Police Patrol Boat. (Wash drawing.) Lent by 
Charles Scribner*s Sons, New York. 

GROUND FLOOR— WASH DRAWINGS, ETC. 

1672. Gibson, C. D. (New York) A Serious Question. (Wash drawing.) 
Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1673. Gibson, C. D. (New York) In the Studio. (Wash drawing.) Lent by 
Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

x674* Sterner, Albert E. (Paris. France). "Where is That Idiot, That 
Dolt, That Sluggard, That Snail, with my Mail?" (Wash drawing.) 
Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1675. Smith, F. Hopkinson (New York). Windmill. (Charcoal.) 

1676. Nichols, H. D. Interior of Manufactures and Liberal Arts Building, 
World's Columbian Exposition. (Black and white.) Lent by Harper 
& Bros., New York. 

Z677. Chapman, Carlton T. (New York) The Largest Steamer on the Lakes. 

STAIRCASE AT NORTHWEST OF ROTUNDA— NUMBERS 1678 TO 
1719, INCLUSIVE— GROUND FLOOR— BLACK AND WHITE 

DRAWINGS, ETC. 
xdyS, Bacher, Otto H. (New York). Grain Elevator, (Wash drawing.) Lent 

by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 
1679. Blum, Robert (New York), -^fc-ittle City Back Yard, Japan. (Wash 

drawing.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 
x68o. Sterner, Albert E. (Paris, France) "WaiKing Away With a Shrug of 

the Shoulders." (Wash drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New 

York. 
1681. Small, Frank O. (Boston) Afternoon, Commonwealth Avenue, Bos« 

ton. (Black and white.) 



94 WORLDS* COLUMBIAN fiXPOSITlOK — DEp't K — riKE ARTS. 

6812. Smedley, W. T. (New York) Illustration. (Wash drawing.) 
X683. Blum, Robert (New York). "Be Pleased to Bring in the Honorable Ac- 
count. (Wash drawing.) Lent bf Charles Scribner's Sons, New 
York. 
X684. Sterner, Albert E. (Paris, France) "I Wept, I Wept, I Wept" (Black 
and white.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1685. Wiles, Irving R. (New York) The Choir. (Wash drawing.) Lent by 

the Century Co., New York. 

1686. Smedley, W. T. (New York) A Bit of Decoration. (Black and white.) 

Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1687. Parsons, Alfred (New York). Crossing the Wdir. (Wash drawing.) 

Lent by Harper & Brothers, New York. 

FIRST LANDING OF STAIRCASE— BLACK AND WHITE DRAW- 
INGS, ETC. 

1688. Smedley, W. T. (New York) On the Down-Town Ferry, New York. 

(Black and white.) 

1689. Fraser, John A. (New York) Sentinel Rock. (Black and white.) 

Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1690. Fenn, Harry (Montclair, N. J). Rousseau's House and the Stairs to the 

Studio, at his Death, 1867. (Black and white.) Lent by Charles 
Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1691. Gibson, W. Hamilton (Brooklyn). Orange Boughs. (Charcoal.) 

1692. Gibson,^ W. Hamilton (Brooklyn). A Relic of the Departed South. 

(Black and white.) 

1693. Smith, F. Hopkinson (New York). "It Was Near the Close of a Sum- 

mer Afternoon." (Charcoal.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New 
York. 

1694. Blum, Robert (New York). The Plankway to Benteen Cave. (Wash 

drawing.) 

1695. Redwood, Allen C. (Bergen Point, N. J). "I'm Ready to Begin Right 

Now.* (Black and white.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
Z696. Redwood, Allen C. (Bergen Point, N. J). Three drawings in one 
frame: "Here." (Black and white.) "Our March Against Pope." 
(Pen drawing.) "A Stag Dance." (Black and white.) Lent by the 
Century Co., New York. 

SECOND LANDING OF STAIR-CASE— BLACK AND WHITE DRAW- 
INGS, ETC. 

X697. Rogers, W. A. (New York) In the Narrow Trail. (Black and wh'te.) 
Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1698. Smedley, W. T. (New York) ReiBk of George Washington. (Black 

and white.) 

1699. Shirlaw, Walter (New York). Broad Street Railway Station, Phila- 

delphia. (Black and white.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New 
York. 

1700. Blum, Robert (New York). "'The Man is Dead!' he Said." (Black and 

white.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 



United states — charcoals, pencil drawings, etc. 95 

1701. Tabcr, W. (New York) A Rescue. (Wash drawing.) Lent by the 

Century Co., New York. 

1702. Thulstrup, T. de (New York). A Belated Passenger. (Black and white.) 

Lent by Harper and Brothers, New York. 

1703. Birch, Reginald B. (New York) The Little Lovers. (Black and white.) 

Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1704. Birch, Reginald B. (New York) Brother Stoltz's Beat. (Wash draw- 

ing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1705. Rogers, W. A. (New York) Lost. (Black and white.) Lent by the 

Century Co., New York. 

1706. Cox, Kenyon (New York) A Veiled Moorish- Woman. (Pen draw- 

ing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

THIRD LANDING OF STAIRCASE— BLACK AND WHITE DRAW- 
INGS, ETC. 

1707. Fraser, John A. (New York) The Comer, Kent, England, (Wash 

drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1708. Fenn, Harry (Montcl^ir, N. J). Kiga, Japan. (Wash drawing.) Lent 

by the Century Co., New York. 

1709. Blum, Robert (New York). "She Laid her Hand on His Arm." (Wash 

drawing.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1710. Wiles, Irving R. (New York)^ Photo-Negative Retouching, Young 

Woman's Christian Association, New York. (Wash drawing.) Lent 

by the Century Co., New York. 
X711. Fenn, Harry (Montclair, N. J). Castillo de la Mota, Near Medina 

(Wash drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
17x2. Fenn, Harry (Montclair, N. J). Tower of Trinity Church, Boston. 

(Black and white.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

GALLERY FLOOR, AT TOP OF STAIRCASE— BLACK AND WHITE 

DRAWINGS, ETC. 

17x3. Blam, Robert (New York). Head of the Street, Enoshina, Japan. 

(Wash drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
X7X4. Parsons, Alfred (New York). The Singing Shepherd. (Black and 

white.) Lent by Harper & Brothers, New York. 
17x5. Sterner, Albert E. (Paris, France) The Rivals. (Wash drawing.) 

Lent by Harper & Brothers, New York. 
X7x6. Blum, Robert (New York.) Watching the Election Returns, Japan. 

Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 
17x7. Meza, Wilson de (Lakewood, N. J). Drawing for Illustration. (Black 

and white.) 
17x8. Blum, Robert (New York). On the Hillside at Enoshina, Japan. (Black 

and white.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 
17x9. Blum, Robert (New York). A Street Scene, Enoshina, Japan. (Wash 

drawing.) Lent by Charles Scribner's sons. New York, 



(^ world's C0LUMBIAI4 EXt>0SlT10N— DEp't K— JflNE ARTS. 

THE EXHIBIT OF DRAWINGS IN BLACK-AND-WHITE AND 

OTHER MEDIA CONTINUES IN THE 

NORTH COURT (GROUND FLOOR) EAST WALL, 

NUMBERS 1720 TO 1778, INCLUSIVE, 

BEGINNING AT THE NORTH END OP THE WALL. 

X720. Gauly Gilbert (New York). The Master's Lunch, Jamaica. (Black and 
white, in oil.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

172Z. Gaul, Gilbert (New York). The Pilot, Jamaica. (Black and white, in 
oil.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1722. Gaul, Gilbert (New York). The Kitchen, Jamaica. (Black and 

white, in oil.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1723. Taylor, W. L. On the Beach. (Wash drawing.) Lent by Charles 

Scribner's Sons, New York. 
X724. Reming^ton, Frederick (New Rochelle, N. Y). Some I.dle Notes on 
"The Most Noble Profession" in Europe. (Wash drawing.) Lent by 
Harper & Brothers, New York. 

1725. Pennington, Harper (New York). In the Workshop, Philadelphia 

Manual Training School. (Black and white.) Lent by the Century 
Co.» New York. • 

1726. Rogers, W. A. (New York) "Three Cheers for the First Sod." (Black 

and white.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1727. WcnzcU, A. B. (New York) "Won't You Take Me to My Aunt?" 

(Black and white.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
x'/28. Small, Frank O. (Boston) Christmas Presents at the Breakfast Table. 
(Black and white.) 

1729. Gaul, Gilbert (New York). Landing at Chagres. (Black and white, in 

oil.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1730. Gaul, Gilbert (New York). Pleasant Weather in the Gulf. (Black^and 

white, in oil.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
X73X. Gaul, Gilbert (New York). The Journey in the Market Cart. (Black 

and white, in oil.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
X732. Gaul, Gilbert (New York). Dining-Room, French's Hotel, Panama. 

(Black and white, in oil.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
1733. Gaul, Gilbert (New York). "A Cheer for the Old Flag." (Black and 

white, in oil.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
X734. Remington, Frederick (New Rochelle, N. Y.). A War Party of Com- 

anches "Jumping" a Hunter's Camp. (Black and white.) Lent by 

the Century Co., New York. 

1735. Gaul, Gilbert (New York). Gorgona, Panama. (Black and white, in oil.) 

Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
X736. Gaul, Gilbert (New York). A Pulque Carrier, Mexico. (Black and 

white in oil.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
X737. Gaul, Gilbert (New York), A Crowded Steamer to California in 1849. 

(Black and white, in oil.) Lent by the Century Co., New York, 

1736. Gaul, Gilbert (New York). "The Steamer Is Fn" (Panama). (Black 

and white, in oil.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 



UNITED STATES — CHARCOALS, PENCIL DRAWINGS, ETC. 97 

1739. Remington, Frederick (New Rochelle, N. Y.). "Rounding Up/* 
(Wash drawing.) Lent by Harper & Brothers, New York. 

1740. Remington, Frederick (New Rochelle, N. Y.). A Polish Village 
(Wash drawing ) Lent by Harper & Brothers, New York. 

1741. Remington, Frederick (New Rochelle, N.Y). Behind the Breastworks, 
Besieged by Utes. (Wash drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New 
York. 

1742. Remington, Frederick (New Rochelle, N. Y.). Pitching Bronchos. 
(Wash drawings.) Lent by Harper & Brothers, New York. 

1743. Alexander, J. W. "Skeesicks" Adrift from Redwood Camp. (Black 

and white.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 
I 1744. Edwards, George Wharton (New York). One Would Have Thought 

! She Was Really a Boy. (Black and white.) Lent by the Century Co., 

New York. 
i 1745. Remington, Frederick (New Rochelle, N. Y.). General Miles Review- 

ing the Mexican Army. (Wash drawing.) Lent by Harper & Brothers, 
New York. 

1746. Remington, Frederick (New Rochelle, N. Y.). A Sample Steed. 
(Black and white.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1747. Remington, Frederick (New Rochelle, N. Y.). At the Horse Show. 
(Wash drawing.) Lent by Harper & Brothers, New York. 

1748. Remington, Frederick (New Rochelle, N. Y.). Infantry Covering the 
Withdrawal of Cavalry. (Wash drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., 
New York. 

X749. Bacher, Otto H. (New York) Night Signaling on an Ocean Steamer. 
(Black and white.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1750. Rogers, W. A. (New York) "No Frost Within." (Black and white.) 

1751. Wiles, Irving R. (New York) "Rock of Ages." (Black and white, in 
oil.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

X752. Smedley, W. T. (New York) "When the Tide Comes In." (Black and 
white.) 

1753. Wenzell, A. B. (New York) Illustration for Life, Lent by Mitchell 
& Miller, New York. 

1754. Wenzell, A. B. (New York) "She Came Down-Stairs in a Great Fur- 
Trimmed Robe." (Black and white.) Lent by the Century Co., New 
York. 

1755. Meza, Wilson de (Lakewood, N. J.). Illustration for Life, Lent by 
Mitchell & Miller, New York. 

1756. Smedley, W. T. (New York) Onnalinda. (Black and white.) 

1757. Smedley, W. T. (New York) "Jane Field, I Ain't Esther Maxwell." 
(Black and white.) Lent by Harper & Brothers, New York. 

1758. Wenzell, A. B. (New York) Illustration for Life. Lent by Mitchell 
& Miller, N^w York. 

1759. Wenzell, A. B. (New York) Illustration for Life. Lent by Mitchell 
& Miller, New York. 

1760. Frost, A. B. (Courent, Motris County, N. J.) The Ice Harvest. (Black 
and white.) Lent by Harper & Brothers, New York. 



98 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP't K — FINE ARTS. 

1761. Frost, A. B. (Courent, Morris County. N. J.) "We'll all Swa'r to it" 

(Wash drawing.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1762. Wenzell, A. B. (New York) Illustration for Life. Lent by Mitchell 

& Miller, New York. 

1763. Wenzell, A. B. (New York) Illustration for Life, Lent by Mitchell 

& Miller, New York. 

1764. Wenzell^ A. B. (New York) lUostration for Life, Lent by Mitchell 

& Miller, New York. 

1765. Chapman, Carlton T. (New York) Port of Valparaiso in a Norther. 

(Wash drawing.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1766. Frost, A. B. (Courent, Morris County, N. J.) "Dead as a Hammer— 

Ain't He, Mac?" Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1767. Frost, A. B. (Courent, Morris Connty, N. J.) Fishing for Striped Bass in 

the Surf. (Black and white.) Lent by Harper & Brothers, New York. 

1768. Frost, A. B. (Courent, Morris County, N. J.) Quail Shooting — Four 

Barrels and Four Birds. (Black and white.) Lent by Harper & 
Brothers, New York. 

1769. Wenzell, A. B. (New York) Illustration for Life, Lent by Mitchell 

& Miller, New York. 

1770. Wenzell, A. B. (New York) Illustration for Life, Lent by Mitchell 

& Miller, New York. 

1771. Church, F. S. (New York) Flapjacks. (Black and white.) Lent by 

Harper & Bros., New York. 

1772. Stephens, Alice Barber (Philadelphia). Music. (Black and white.) 

Lent by the Ladies' Home Journal, Philadelphia. 

1773. Wenzell, A. B. (New York) Illustration for Life, Lent by Mitchell 

& Miller, New York. 

1774. Chapman, Carlton T. (New York) The White Star Steamer Majestic. 

(Black and white.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1775. Wenzell, A. B. (New York) Illustration for Life, Lent by Mitchell 

& Miller, New York. 

1776. Wenzell, A. B. (New York) Illustration for Life, Lent by Mitchell 

& Miller, New York. 

1777. Smcdley, W. T. (New York) The Old Guard Ball, New York. (Black 

and white.) 

1778. Stephens, Alice Barber (Philadelphia). A Philadelphia Quakeress. 

(Wash drawing.) 

ON PIER OF ROTUNDA, IN PASSAGE FROM NORTH COURT TO 

EAST COURT— NUMBERS 1779 TO 1798 INCLUSIVE, 

BLACK AND WHITE DRAWINGS, ETC, 

1779. Smedley, W. T. (New York) An Invitation to the Dance. (Black and 

white.) 

1780. Thulstrup, T. de (New York). Georgian Princes. (Black and white.) 

1781. Thulstrup, T. de (New York). Portrait of Joseph H. Cheate. (Wash 

drawing.) Lent by Harper & Brothers, New York. 

1782. Thulstrup, T. de (New York). At tlie Traktier's. (Black and white.) 

1783. Church, F.S. (New York) Sketch for Window for Tiffany Glass Co. 

(Black and white.) 



UNITED STATES — CHARCOALS, PENCIL DRAWINGS, ETC. 99 

1764. Cox, Ken yon (New York). Reading in the Chapter Room of the La 
Trappe Monastery, Kentucky. (Black and white.) Lent by the Cen- 
tury Co., New York. 

1785. Smedley, W. T. (New York) A Bishop. (Black and.white.) 

1786. Smedley, W. T. (New York) A Cowboy. (Black and white.) 

1787. Thalstrup, T. de (New York). Portrait of Admiral Walker. (Black 

and white.) Lent by Harper 8c Brothers, New York. 

1788. Thalstrup, T. de (New York). Horse Artillery Going into Action. 

(Black and white.) 

1789. ThtMstmp, T. de (New York). The Three Hussars. (Black and white.) 

Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 
1796. Thulstmp, T. de (New York). Norwegian Fisher Family. (Black and 

white.) / 

1791. Smedley, W. T. (New York) Christmas Shopping. (Black and white.) 
1793. Smedley, W. T. (New York) In a Restaurant. (Pencil.) 

1793, Smedley, W. T. (New York) At the Hotel. (Black and white.) Lent 

by Harper & Brothers, New York. 

1794. Thalstrup, T. de (New York). KrolFs Garden, Berlin. (Black and 

white.) 
'795- Thulstmp, T. de (New York). An Evening at the Horse Show. (Black 
and white.) Lent by Harper & Brothers, New York. 

1796. Thompson, Ernest £. At Midday. The Last of the Buffalos. (Wash 

drawing.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1797. Thulstmp, T. de (New Y<»:k). Persian Bazar at Nijne Novgor6d, Rus- 

sia. (Black and white.) 

1798. Smedley, W. T. (New York) Easter Lilies. (Black and white.) 

EAST COURT— NUMBERS 1799 TO 1876 INCLUSIVE.— NORTH WALL. 

PANEL NEXT TO STAIRCASE— BLACK AND 

WHITE DRAWINGS, ETC. 

1799. Van Schaick, S. W. Illustration for Life, Lent by Mitchell & Mil- 

ler, New York. 

1800. Van Schaick, S. W. Illustration for Lt/e, Lent by Mitchell & Mil- 

ler, New York. 

180X. Van Schaick, S. W. Illustration for U/f. Lent by Mitchell & Mil- 
ler, New York. 

x802. Van Schaick, S. W. illustration for Life. Lent by Mitchell & Mil- 
ler, New York. 

x8l^ Meza, Wilson de (Lakewood, N. J.). Illustration for Lt/e. Lent by 
Mitchell & Miller, New York. 

z8o4. Meza, Wilson de (Lakewood, N. J.). Illustration for Lz/e, Lent by 
Mitchell & Miller, New York. 

1805. Meza, Wilson de (Lakewood, N. J.). When Through Feast-Litten 
Halls. (Black and white.) 

x8o6. Gates, J. H. (New York) Illustration for Lt/e. Lent by Mitchell & 
Miller, New York. 

X807. Van Schasc^, S. W. (New York) Illustration for "Life." Lent by 
MitcheU & Millar, New York. 



100 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP't K — FINE ARTS. 

EAST COURT— NORTH WALL— ALCOVE 81.— BLACK AND WHITE 

DRAWINGS. ETC. 

1808. Gibson, W. Hamilton (Brooklyn, N. Y.). On Bayou Teche, Louisiana. 

(Black and white.) Lent by Mitchell & Miller, New York. 

1809. Gibson, W. Hamilton (Brooklyn. N. Y.). A Midnight Tragedy. (Black 

and white.) 
x8io. Gibson, W. Hamilton (Brooklyn, N. Y.). Night Hawk. (Pen drawing.) 
1811. Gibson, W. Hamilton (Brooklyn, N. Y.). The Wild Garden. (Black 

and white.) 
x8i2. Gibson, W. Hamilton (Brooklyn, N. Y.). A Winter Ravine. (Black 

and white.) 
1813. Gibson, W. Hamilton (Brooklyn, N. Y.). Cyrepedium Spectabils. 

(Black and white.) 
18x4. Gibson, W. Hamilton (Brooklyn, N. Y.). The Sly Silver Fox. (Black 

and white.) 
18x5. Gibson, W. Hamilton (Brooklyn, N. Y.). The Boblink at Home. (Black 

and white.) 
x8i6. Gibson, W. Hamilton (Brooklyn, N. Y.). Los Loros, Andes. (Black 

and white.) 
X817. Gibson, W. Hamilton (New York). A Southern Canebrake Jungle. 

(Black and white.) Lent by Mr. E. T. H. Gibson, New York. 
x8i8. Gibson, W. Hamilton (Brooklyn, N. Y.). A Misty Moonlight. (Smoke 

drawing.) 
X819. Gibson, W. Hamilton (Brooklyn, N. Y.). A California Garden. (Black 

and white.) 
X820. Thulstrup, T. de (New York). The Yachting Party. (Black and 

white.) 
X821. Wenzell, A. B. (New York) The Diamonds. (Black and white.) Lent 

by Harper & Brothers, New York. 
X822. Smedley, W. T. (New York). Sunday Morning, Fifth Avenue, New 

York. (Black and white.) 
X823. Taylor, Charles J. (New York) Quarrel in the Tavern. (Black and 

white.) LentbyMr. A. Schwarzmann, New York. 
1824. Thulstrup, T. de (New York). A Military Road in the Caucasus. 

(Black and white.) 
X825. Wenzell, A. B. (New York) Illustration for "Life." Lent by Mitchell 

& Miller, New York. 
X826. Smedley, W. T.(New York) Broadway, New York, at Night. (Black 

and white.) 

1827. Smedley, W. T. (New York) A King's Daughter. (Black and white,) 

1828. Thulstrup, T. de (New York). The Dinner Table in a Norwegian 

Farmhouse. (Black and white.) 
X829. Thulstrup, T. de (New York). Crossing the Channel. (Black and 

white, in oil.) 
1830. Wenzell, A. B. (New York) "You Know Mr. Peavis?" (Black and 

white.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
X831. Cox, Kenyon (New York). The Iroquois Arrow. (Black and white.) 

Lent by the Century Co., New York. 



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EAST COURT—ON NORTHEAST PIER OF ROTUNDA— BLACK AND 

WHITE DRAWINGS, ETC. 

Z832. Hitchcock, George. Dutch Fishing Boats. (Black and white.) Lent 

by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 
i833. Abbey, Edwin A. (Gloucestershire, England) "Measure for Measure;*' 

Friar Thomas and the Duke. (Black and white, in oil.) Lent by 

Harper & Brothers, New York. 
T834. Hitchcock, George. Corner of a Dutch Captain's Kitchen. (Black and 

white.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1835. Day, Francis (Nutley, N. J.). "Reluctant, She Turned to Him." (Wash 

drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1836. Abbey, Edwin A. (Gloucestershire, England) Tempest — Trinculo: 

* What Have We Here?" (Black and white.) Lent by Harper & 
Brothers, New York. 

1837. Hitchcock, George. A North Sea Dutch Fisherman. (Wash drawing.) 

Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1838. Johnson, C. H, Illustration for Life, Lent by Mitchell & Miller, 

New York. 

1839. Abbey, Edwin A. (Gloucestershire, England) "Measure for Measure:" 

Mariana and Boy Singing. (Black and white.) Lent by Harper & 
Brothers, New York. 

1840. Abbey, Edwin A. (Gloucestershire, England) "Measure for Measure:*' 

Angelo and Isabella. (Black and white, in oil.) Lent by Harper & 
Brothers, New York. 

EAST COURT— ON SOUTHEAST PIER OF ROTUNDA— BLACK AND 

WHITE DRAWINGS, ETC. 

1841. Pyle, Howard (Wilmington, Del.). The Oak of Geismar. (Black and 

white, in oil.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1842. Pylc, Howard (Wilmington, Del.). "They Used to Drill Every Even- 

ing." (Black and white.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1843. Pyle, Howard (Wilmington, Del.). Along the Canal in Old Manhattan. 

(Black and white, in oil.) Lent by Harper & Bros., New York. 

1844. Pyle, Howard (Wilmington, Del.). In the Valley. (2) (Black and white.) 

Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1845. Pyle, Howard (Wilmington, Del.). In the Valley. (3) (Black and 

white.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1846. Pyle, Howard (Wilmington, Del.). Indian Woman Saving the Life of 

John Brown. (Black and white, in oil.) 

1847. Pyle, Howard (Wilmington, Del.). "A Moment Later there was a 

Great Hammering at the Door." (Black and white, in oil.) Lent by 
Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1848. Pyle, Howard (Wilmington, Del.). In the Valley. (1) (Black and 

white, in oil.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1849. Pyle, Howard (Wilmington, Del.). Gambetta Proclaiming the Repub- 

lic (Black and white, in oil.) LAit by Charles Scribner's Sons, New 
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EAST COURT— SOUTH WALL— ALCOVE 94— BLACK AND WHITE 

DRAWINGS, ETC. 

1850. Wiles, Irving R. (New York) Illustration for a story. (Wash draw- 
ing.) Lent by the Ladies* Home Journal, Philadelphia. 

X851. Newell, P. S. A Reminder of Old Virginia. (Black and white.) Lent 
by Harper & Brothers, New York. 

1852. Wiles, Irving R. (New York) " I A'in't Religious; I Drink." (Wash 

drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1853. Redwood, Allen C. (Bergen Point, N. J.) Dress Parade. (Black and 

• white.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1854. DuMond, F. V. (New York) Tryste Noel. (2) (Pencil and Chinese 

white on gray painted canvas.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1855. Eraser, Malcolm (Paris, France). The Road to Johore, A Malay Vil- 

lage. (Wash drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1856. Wiles, Irving R. (New York) The Printing Office. (Wash drawing.) 

Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1857. Wiles, Irving R. (New York) The Carpenter Shop. (Wash drawing.) 

Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1858. Ferris, Stephen J. (Philadelphia) Fortuny Lying in State. (Crayon.) 

Lent by Edward H. Coates, Philadelphia. 

1859. DuMond, F. V. (New York) Bamboula. (Black and white.) Lent by 

Harper & Brothers, New York. 

x86o. DuMond, F. V. (New York) Tryste Noel (No. 1). (Pencil and Chinese 
white on gray painted canvas.) Lent by Harper & Bros., New York. 

x86z. Redwood, Allen C. (Bergen Point, N. J.) The Retreat from Gettys- 
burg. (Black and white.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1862. DuMond, F. V. (New York) Madonna. (Black and white, in oil.) 
Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

X863. DuMond, F. V. (New York) "Holding Tight to Patty's Hand." 
(Black and white, in oil.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. ' 

X864. Wiles, Irving R. (New York) Cohanira Blessing the People. (Wash 
drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. ^ 

EAST COURT— SOUTH WALL, PANEL NEXT TO STAIRCASE. 

1865. Millet, F. D. (New York) Driving a Team. (Black and white.) 

1866. Kemble, E. W. (New Rochelle, N. Y.) Saving His Master. (Black 

and white.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
x867. Kemble, E. W. (New Rochelle, N. Y.) "Like an Ebony Statue of 

Liberty." (Wash drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
x868. Blashfield, Edwin H. (New York) His Lordship^s Bedtiiqe. (Black 

and white, in oil.) Lent by the Century Co., New Vork. 
X869. Redwood, Allen C. (Bergen Point, N. J.) "General Grant Can^ Have 

any Water from this Spring.*' (Black and white.) Lent by the Cen- 
tury Co., New York. 
X870. Low, Will H. (New York) Old Field at Barbizon. (Wash drawing.) 

Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 
X87X. Blashfield, Edwin H. (New York) Charms with Holy Water. (Black 

and white, in oil.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 



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1872. Low, Will H. (New York) Narcissus. (Black and white, in o.l.) Lent 

by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1873. Millet, F. D. (New York) Camel Driver. (Black and white.) 

1874. Millet, F. D. (New York) In the Supper Room. (Black and white.) 

1875. Low, Will H. (New York) "Through .Our Tendrilled Arches, the 

Famed -^olian Choir." (Black and white.) Lent by the Century 
Co., New York. 

1876. Sandham, Henr>' (Boston). Snowshoeing by Torchlight. (Black and 

white.). Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

ON PIER OF ROTUNDA — PASSAGE FROM EAST COURT TO 
SOUTH COURT— NUMBERS 1877 TO 1909 INCLUSIVE. 

BLACK AND WHITE DRAWINGS, ETC. 

1877. Castaigne, A. (Baltimore) On the Otomi Pass, Japan. (Black and 

white, in oil.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1878. Castaigne, A. (Baltimore) The Shops of Catelan, Provence, France. 

(Charcoal drawings.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
1B79. Frost, A. B. (Courent, Morris County, N. Y.) " Missed Him Again, By 

Ginger." (Black and white.) Lent by Harper & Brothers, New York. 
x88o. Frost, A. B. (Courent, Morris County, N. J.) A Prize. (Black and 

white.) Lent by Harper & Brothers, New York. 

1881. Castaigne, A. (Baltimore) "The Dance was in Full Swing." (Black 

and white, in oil.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1882. Castaigne, A. (Baltimore) Up the Mai ensi Pass. (Black and white, in 

oil.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1883. Castaigne, A. (Baltimore) Shop of Roumanille, Provence, France. 

(Black and white.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1884. Castaigne, A. (Baltimore) Inn Yard at Collias, Provence, France. 

(Black and white, in ojl.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1885. Castaigne, A. (Baltimore) Queen of the Felibres, Provence, France. 

(Charcoal drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1886. Castaigne, A. (Baltimore) On a Great Cattle Trail. (Black and white, 

in oil.) Lent By Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1887. Castaigne, A. (Baltimore) L'Isles sur Jurgues. (Black and white, in 

oil.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1888. Castaigne, A, (Baltimore) Open Air Theatre, Provence, France. 

(Crayon, wash and Chinese white drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., 
New York. * 

1889. Castaigne, A. (Baltimore) Good-bye at Nimes, Provence, France. 

(Black and white, in oil.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1890. Castaigne, A. (Baltimore) Isle of la Barthelasse at Night. (Black and 

white, in oil.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1892. Castaigne, A. (Baltimore) Circling the Lodges. (Black and white, in 

oil.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
Z892. Remington, Frederick (New Rochelle, N. Y.). Splitting the Bufifalo 
Herd. (Black and white in oil.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1893. Reinhart, Charles S. (New York) Skating. (Wash drawing.) 



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1894. Castaigne, A. (Baltimore) Running Through Vers, Provence, France 

— The Mistral. (Black and white in oil.) Lent by the Century Co., 
New York. 

1895. Castaigne, A. (Baltimore) Preparing for the Final Dance. (Black 

and white, in oil.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

WEST COURT— SOUTH WALL— ALCOVE 95. 

Z896. Rog^ers, W. A. (New'Vork) Out of the Game. (Black and white.) 
1897. Smedley, W. T. (New York) On the Rocks at Narragansett Pier. 

(Black and white.) 
iSgS. SmedJey, W. T. (New York) Lake Front — side of main building. 

World's Columbian' Exposition. (Black and white.) 
Z899. Rogers, W. A. (New York) Prologue to "She." (Illustration for Rider 

Haggard's story.) (Black and white.) 

1900. Redwood, Allen C. (Bergen Point, N. J.) Perpetual Motion. (Black 

and white.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1901. Rogers, W. A. (New York) A Broadway Stage, New York, 188L 

(Black and white.) 

1902. Rogers, W. A. (New York) The Salvation Army. (Black and white.) 

1903. Smedley, W. T. (New York) Ladies' Gallery, House of Representa- 

tives, Washington, D. C. (Black and white.) 

1904. Smedley, W. T. (New York) A Promenade Concert, Madison Square 

Garden, New York. (Black and white.) 

1905. Rogers, W. A. (New York) Arab Colony of New York. (Black and 

white.) 

1906. Rogers, W. A. (New York) Camp Fire. (Black and white.) 

1907. Rogers, W. A. (New York) A Belle of Greenwich. (Wash drawing.) 

1908. Smedley, W. T. (New York) World's Columbian Exposition Grounds 

in 1891. (Black and white.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New 
York. 

1909. Reinbart, Charles S. (New York) Illustration. (Black and white.) 



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PEN AND INK DRAWINGS, ETC. 

NUMBERS 1910 TO 2060 INCLUSIVE. 
ALCOVE 152— SCREEN 7— EAST SIDE. 

iQza Pennell, Joseph (London, England). Weirs Cathedral Nave, Looking 

East. (Wash drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
19 1 1. Pennell, Joseph (London, England). Sally Harrowell's Shop, Rugby, 

England. (Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
X912. Pennell, Joseph (London, England). Six Pen Drawing^ "From Charing 

Cross to St. Paul's," London (2). 
X913. Pennell, Joseph (London, England). Windsor from the Playing Fields, 

Eton. (Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
19x4. Pennell, Joseph (London, England). In the Nave, Westminster Abbey, 

London. (Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
19x5. Pesmell, Joseph (London, England). Dryden's Monument, Westmin- 
ster Abbey, London. (Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., N^w 

York. 
X9Z6. Pennell, Joseph (London, England). Old Battersea Church, Chelsea, 

London. (Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
39x7. Pennell, Joseph (London, England). York Cathedral— Looking East, 

from North Aisle of Retro-Choir. (Pen drawing.) Lent by the 

Century Co., New York, 
X918. Pennell, Joseph (London, England). The Bay of the Angel Choir, Lin- 
coln Cathedral. (Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
X9X9. Pennell, Joseph (London, England). In the Garden, Boccaccio's Villa. 

(Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

SCREEN 7— WEST SIDE. 

Z920. Pennell, Joseph (London, England). Five pen drawings "From Char- 
ing Cross to St. Paul's," London (1). 

X92X. Pennell, Joseph ( London, England). Four pen drawings "From Char- 
ing Cross to St. Paul's," London (3). 

1922. Pennell, Joseph (London, England). Three drawings: "Wargrave," 
"Sonning Bridge," "Landing at Richmond." (Wash drawing.) Lent 
by the Century Co., New York. 

X923. Pennell, Joseph (London, England). Winchester Cathedral Choir and 
Presbytery, Looking East. (Pencil drawing.) Lent by the Century 
Co., New York, 



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1924. Penncll, Joseph (London, England). Five pen drawings "From Char- 

ing Cross to St. Paul's," London (4). 

1925. Pennell, Joseph (London, England). Florence from Boccaccio's Villa. 

(Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York, 

1926. Pennell, Joseph (London, England). Western Part of Ely Cathedral, 

from the Garden in the Close. (Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century 
Co., New York. _ 

1927. Pennell, Joseph (London, England). Villa on the Road to Fiesole. (Pen 

drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

ALCOVE ISa-SCREEN 8— EAST SIDE. 

1928. Gibson, C. D. (New York) In Leap Year. "After Having Kept the 

Men Waiting." (Pen drawing.) 
2929. Gibson, C. D. (New York) "Mrs. Vernon had Crossed the Rubicon." 

(Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
1930. Gibson, C. D. (New York) The Fourth of July. (Pen drawing.) 
X931. Gibson, C. D. (New York) "Will Penelope Land the Baron?" (Pen 

drawing.) 

1932. Gibson, C. D. (New York) With Debutantes Leaning on His Arm. 

(Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1933. Gibson, C. D. (New York) At Mrs. Daubleigh Chrome's. (Pen draw- 

ing.) 

1934. Gibson, C. D. (New York) That Delicious Moment when You are 

Asked to Take in to Dinner the Girl Who Refused You Yesterday. 
(Pen drawing.) 

1935. Gibson, C. D. (New York) In Leap Year. (Pen drawing.) 

SCREEN 8-WEST SIDE. 

1936. Pennell, Joseph (London, England). Six pen drawings " From Char- 

ing Cross to St. Paul's," London (5). 

1937. Pennell, Joseph (London, England). The South Side of Lincoln 

Cathedral. (Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1938. Pennell, Joseph (London, England). The Vicar's Close, Well's Cathe- 

dral. (Wash drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1939. Pennell, Joseph (London, England). St. Edmund's Chapel, Westmin- 

ster Abbey, London. (Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New 
York. 

1940. Penncll, Joseph (London, England). Northwest View of Gloucester 

Cathedral. (Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
Z94Z. Pennell, Joseph (London, England). York Cathedral: Chapter House, 

Five Sisters and the Central Tower. (Pen drawing.) Lent by the 

Century Co., New York. 
1943. Pennell, Joseph (London, England). Gloucester Cathedral Nave 

from the' North Aisle. (Wash drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., 

New York. 
1943. Pennell, Joseph (London, England). Well's Cathedral Choir, Looking 

East. (Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
Z944. Sterner, Albert £. (Paris, France). Champigny. (Pen drawing.) Lent 

by the Century Co., New York. 



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1945. Reiahart, Charles S. (New York) A Kissing Gate. (Pen drawing.) 
X946. Redwood, Allen C. (Bergen Point, N. J.) Barksdale's Mississippians 
« Opposing the Laying of the Pontoon* Bridges. (Pen drawing.) Lent 

by the Century Co., New York. 
1947. Gttoon, C. D. (New York) The Prisoner at the Bar. (Pen drawing.) 

ALCOVE 153— SCREEN 9— EAST SIDE. 

2948. Gibson, C. D. (New York) At the Gentleman*s Son*s Chowder Club. 
(Pen drawing.) 

1949. Gibson, C. D. (New York) Drifting Apart. (Pen drawing.) 

1950. Gibson, C. D. (New York) At Mrs. Flatsharp's. (Pen drawing.) 

1951. Gibson, C. D. (New York) "Aren't You Pleased With Me?" (Pen 

drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
2953. Gibson, C. D. (New York) "Yes, it is too Bad!" (Pen drawing.) Lent 
by the Century Co., New York. 

1953. Gibson, C. D. (New York) The American Girl. (Pen drawing.) Lent 

by Harper & Brothers, New York. 

1954. Gibson, C. D. (New York) "The Young Men in the House Thought 

Her a Jolly Girl. (Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co New 
York. 

2955. Gibson, C. D. (New York) In the Moonlight. (Pen drawing.) 

2956. Gibson, C. D. (New York) "A,wfully Kind of You to Come to Our Lit- 

tle Shanty in the Wilderness." (Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century 
Co., New York. 

SCREEN 9— WEST SIDE. 

2957. Gibson, C. D. (New York) A Summer Vacation. (Pen drawing.) 

2958. Gibson, C. D. (New York) "I Am Glad that Tempest in a Teapot is 

Over!" (Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2959. Gibson, C. D. (New York) In Leap Year — Starting on Their Wedding 

Journey. (Pen drawing.) 

2960. Gibson, C. D. (New York) At Mrs. Van Tappan's. (Pen drawing.) 
2962. Gibson, C. D. (New York) "Time!"* (Pen drawing). 

2962. Gibson, C. D. (New York) Two Girls and a Man. (Pen drawing.) 

2963. Gibson, C. D. (New York) "We are Behind Time, Mrs. Van Benson 

and L" (Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2964. Gibson, C. D. (New York) And the Two Smoked in Silence. (Pen 

drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

/ ALCOVE 154— SCREEN 10— EAST SIDE. 

29^ Gibson, C. D. (New York) Her First Appearance. (Pen drawing.) 
Lent by Harper & Bros., New York. 

2966. Gibson, C. D. (New York) When Lula Lost Her Grip. (Pen draw- 

ing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2967. Gibson, C. D. (New York) The Jury. (Pen drawing.) 

2968. Sterner, Albert (Paris. France). No Pertinacity. (Pen drawing.) Lent 

by the Harper & Bros., New York. 

2969. Redwood, Allen C. (Bergen Point, N. J.) A Camp Toilet. (Pen draw* 

ing). Lent by the Century Co., New York. 



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1970. Gibson, C. D. (New York) "He is Waiting for Me." (Pen drawing.) 

Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1971. Gibson, C. D. (New York) Cartoon for "Life." (Pen drawing.) Lent 

by Mitchell & Miller, New York. 

1972. Gibson, C. D. (New York) At the Fair. (Pen drawing.) Lent by 

Harper & Bros., New York. 

1973. Gibson, C. D. (New York) The Meeting in Mrs. Van Shuters* Empire 

Room. (Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
X974. Gibson, C. D. (New York) The Horse Show. (Pen drawing.) 

SCREEN 10— WEST SIDE. 

1975. Reinhart, Charles S. (New York) Up the Hudson. (Pen drawing.) 

1976. Reinhart, Charles S. (New York) Government Wharf, Fortress Mon- 

roe. (Pen drawing.) 

1977. Blum, Robert (New York). The Ameya. (Pen drawing.) Lent by 

Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1978. Frost, A. B. (Courent, Morris Co., N. J.) "Is Dese Yer Bobolitionists 

Got Horns n* Huffs?" (Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co.« 
New York. 

1979. Blum, Robert (New York). A Shop for Lamps, Japan. (Pen drawing.) 

Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York . 

1980. Blum, Robert (New York). A Japanese Girl. (Pen drawing.) Lent by 

Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

Z981. Remington, Frederick (New Rochelle, N. Y.). A Member of the 
Mounted Polke, Canada. (Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., 
New York. 

Z982. Gibson, C. D. (New York) "You Must Tell Your Friend not be Fright- 
ened at the House." (Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New 
York. 

1983. Remington, Frederick (New^ Rochelle, N. Y.). The Old Trapper. (Pen 

drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

1984. 'Frost, A. B. (Courent, Morris Co., N. J.) "The Negro Leaned, Ex- 

hausted, Against the Wall." (Pen drawing.) Lent by Charles Scrib- 
ner's Sons, New York. 

1985. Blum, Robert (New York). Wandering Etas, Japan. (Pen drawing.) 

Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1986. Blum, Robert (New York). A Japanese Policeman. (Pen drawing.) 

Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1987. Frost, A. B. (Courent, Morris Co., N. J.) "An* then He Marched off t<> 

Bed by Himself." (Pen drawing.) Lent bv Charles Scribner's Sons, 
New York. 

X988. Frost, A. B. (Courent, Morris Co., N. J.) "Have You Happened to Hear 
Anybody Speak of Me?" (Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., 
New York. 

1989. Frost, A. B. (Courent, Morris Co., N. J.) Men at a Card Table. (Pen 

drawing.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

1990. Remington, Frank (New Rochelle, N. J.). Roping in a Horse Corral 

(Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York, 



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S991. Gibson, C. D. (New York) Lord and Lady William Hampshire. (Pen 
drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

• ALCOVE 154— SCREEN 11— EAST SIDE. 

1992. Abbey, Edwin A. (Gloucestershij:e,England) The Tempfcst — Ferdinand : 

"I am, in my condition a Prince." (Pen drawing.) Lent by Harper 
& Brothers, New York. 

1993. Abbey, Edwin A. (Gloucestershire, England) Merry Wives of Windsor 

— Fenton: "And tells me 'tis a thing impossible." (Pen drawing.) 
Lent by Harper & Brothers, New York. 

1994. Abbey, Edwin A. (Gloucestershire, England) Measure for Measure — 

"Sweet Sister Let me Live." (Pen drawing.) Lent by Harper & 
Brothers, New York. 

1995. Attwood, Francis Gilbert (Boston). Bacchic Dance. (Pen drawing.) 

Lent by Mitchell & Miller, New York. 

1996. Taylor, Charles J. (New York) Hiring a Butler. (Pen drawing.) 

1997. Attwood, Francis Gilbert (Boston). Sketch— No title given. (Pen 

drawing.) Lent by Mitchell & Miller, New York. 

1998. Attwood, Francis Gilbert (Boston). Sketch — No title given. (Pen 

drawing.) Lent by Mitchell & Miller, New York. 

1999. Abbey, Edwin A. (Gloucestershire, England) Tempest — ^Miranda and 

Ferdinand. (Pen drawing.) Lent by Harper & Brothers, New York. 
aooo. Abbey, Edwin A. (Gloucestershire, England) Merchant of Venice — "It 

falleth like the gentle rain from Heaven." (Pen drawing.) Lent by 

Harper & Brothers, New York. 
aooi. Abbey, Edwin A. (Gloucestershire, England) Tempest — Alonzo, Gonzolo, 

and Others Enter the Circle. (Pen drawing.) Lent by Harper & 

Brothers, New York. 
a0O3. Abbey, Edwin A. (Gloucestershire, England) Tempest — Caliban, Trin- 

culo, Stephano and Ariel invisible. (Pen drawing.) Lent by Harper 

& Brothers, New York. 
aoc^ Attwood, Francis Gilbert (Boston). Design for Life. Christmas Number, 

Cover Design. (Pen drawing.) Lent by Mitchell & ^^iller, New York. 

9004. Taylor, Charles J. (New York) At the Luncheon. (Pen drawing.) 

aoos. Taylor, Charles J. (New York) The Poet at the Breakfast Table. (Pen 
drawing.) 

aoo6. Taylor, Charles J. (New York) A Question of Wines. (Pen drawing.) 

2007. Attwood, Francis Gilbert (Boston). A July Cartoon. (Peto drawing.) 

Lent by Mitchell & Miller, New York. 

2008. Attwood, Francis Gilbert (Boston). Sketches— No title given. (Pen 

drawing.) Lent by Mitchell & Miller, New York. 

2009. Attwood, Francis Gilbert (Boston). Sketch— No title given. (Pen 

drawing.) Lent by Mitchell & Miller, New York. 

2010. Abbey, Edwin A. (Gloucestershire, England) As You Like It— Rosa- 

lind: "Oh, Jupiter, how weary are my spirits!" (Pen drawing.) Lent 
by Harper & Brothers, New York. 

201 1. Abbey, Edwin A. (Gloucestershire, England) Merchant of Venice — 

Portio: "Away then; I've locked in one of them." (Pen drawing.) 
Lent by Harper & Brothers, New York. 



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2012. Abbey, Edwin A. (Gloucestershire, England) Tempest — Prospero: 

"Fetch me the hat and rapier." (Pen drawing.) Lent by Harper & 
BrotherSi New York. 

2013. Bellew, F. P. W. (New York) Illustration for Ufe. Lent by Mitchell 

& Miller. New York. 

2014. Attwood, Francis Gilbert (Boston). The Commencement Season and the 

Sea of Life. (Pen drawing.) Lent by Mitchell & Miller, New York. 

20x5. Attwood, Francis Gilbert (Boston). The Irish Question — Political Car- 
toon. (Pen drawing.) Lent by Mitchell & Miller, New York. 

20x6. Taylor, Charles J. (New York) Two Girls. (Pen drawing.) 

SCREEN 11— WEST SIDE. 

20x7. Rogers, W. A. (New York) The Call for Trumps. (Pen drawing.) 

20x8. Rogers, W. A. (New York) A Tug of War. (Pen drawing.) 

20x9. Rogers, W. A. (New York) The Inauguration Ball, Washington, D. C. 

(Pen drawing.) 
2020. Rogers, W. A. (New York) "You Put in Two Dollars and Eighty 

Cents." (Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
202X. Rogers, W. A. (New York) Illustration for Life. Lent by Mitchell 
& Miller, New York. 
Blum, Robert (New York). Fray Innocencio and Flojo. (Pen draw- 
ing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
Rogers, W. A. (New York) The Postman. (Pen drawing.) 

2024. Rogers, W. A. (New York) "Public Opinion." (Pen drawing.) 

2025. Rogers, W. A. (New York) Illustration for Life, Lent by Mitchell 

& Miller, New York. 

2026. Blum, Robert (New York). A Begging Priest. (Black and white.) 

Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

2027. Blum, Robert (New York). Its Tiny Head Swung Hither and Thither. 

(Pen drawing.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

2028. Rogers, W. A. (New York) Armed Peace. (Pen drawing.) 

2029. Rogers, >)^ A. (New York) Sunday in Central Park, New York. (Pen 

drawing.) 

2030. Rogers, W. A. (New York) Political Cartoon for Life. Lent by 

Mitchell & Miller, New York. 
20JX. Rogers, W. A. (New York) The Chapel Steps. (Pen drawing.) 

ALCOVE 155— SCREEN 12— EAST SIDE. 

2032. Kemble, E. W. (New Rochelle, N. Y.) Polly Ann. (Pen drawing.! 

Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2033. Kemble, E. W. (New Rochelle. N. Y.) A Field Hand. (Pen drawing.) 

Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2034. Kemble, E. W. (New Rochelle, N. Y.) The Plantation Belle. (Pen 

drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2935. Rogers, W, A. (New York) "Home, Sweet Home." Lent by the Cen- 
tury Co., New York. (Pen drawing.) 

2036. Taylor, Charles J. (New York) The Ingle Nook. (Pen drawing.) Lent 
by Mr. W. C. Gibson, Port Chester, N. Y. 



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UNITED STATES — J^EN AND INK DRAWINGS, ETC. 1 1 1 

2037. Rogers, W. A. (New York) Illustration for Life. Lent by Mitchell 

& Miller, New York. 

2038. Taylor, Charles J. (New York) Gossip. (Pen drawing.) 

2039. Kemble, E. W. (New Rochelle, N. Y.) (Two pen drawings in one 

frame.) Uncle Peter Bean, and In the Cotton Mill, Georgia. Lent 
by the Century Co., New York. 

2040. Woodward, £. (New Orleans) Six Pen and Ink Studies. 

2041. Kemble, E. W. (New Rochelle. N. Y.) "Have You Forgotten Your Bro- 

ther * Ab,' Peggy ?" ( Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2042. Kemble, E. W. (New Roclielle, N. Y.) A Race Problem. (Pen draw- 

ing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2043. Kemble, E. W. (New Rochelle, N. Y.) Food for the Confederate 

Wounded. (Pen drawing.) 

2044. Kemble, £. W. (New Rochelle, N. Y.) Sergeant Bowers Receiving 

Orders. (Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2045. Kemble, E. W. (New Rochelle, N. Y.) "Sperrits!" (Pen drawing.) 

Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2046. Kemble, E. W. <New Rochelle, N. Y.) The Cake Walk. (Pen draw- 

ing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2047. Blashfield, Edwin H. (New York) The Fairest Maiden. (Pen draw- 

ing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

SCREEN 12— WEST SIDE. 

2048. Metcalf, W. L. (New Yojk) Stinnard House, Pelham Bay Park, New 

York. (Pen drawing.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

2049. Taber, W. (New York) The Hanging of Stuart by the First Vigilance 

Committee. (Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2050. Johnson, C. H. (New York) Illustration for Life, 

2051. Cox, Kenyon (New York). M. Daubray of the Palais Royal. (Pen 

drawing after photo.) Lent by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 

2052. Fenn, Harry (Montclair, N. J.) Escutcheon and Fireplace in the 

Manor House, Gardiner's Island. (Pen drawing.) Lent by the 
Century Co., New York. 

2053. Bacher, Otto H. (New York) Statue of Ferdinand in the Cathedral at 

Malaga. (Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2054. Pape, Frederick L. M. (Paris, France) The Sphinx by Moonlight. 

(Pen drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2055. Bacher, Otto H» (New York) Japanese Armor, 16th Century. (Pen 

drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2056. Bacher, Otto H. (New York) Japanese Armor, 14th Century. (Pen 

drawing.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2057. Broughton, C. (New York) Fifth Avenue Stage, New York. (Pen draw- 

ing.) Lent by Mitchell & Miller, New York. 
2^58. Tabcr,W. (New York) Mission San Dolores, Sunday Afternoon. (Pioneer 

San Francisco.) (Pen drawing.) Lent by the tentury Co., New York. 
2Q59. Herford,0. (New York) Illustration for /,/>. Lent by Mitchell & Miller, 

New York. 
2o6o. Eaton, Wyatt (New York). Asleep on the Grass. Lent by Charles 

Scribner's Sons, New York. 



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Group 143-Engravings, Etch- 
ings, Prints. 



SECOND FLOOR— SOUTH END OF NORTH COURT, NEXT 
TO ROTUNDA.— NUMBERS 2061 TO 2402 INCLUSIVE. 

THE NUMBERING BEGINS AT SCREEN E (THE SCREEN FURTHEST EAST) at 

POINT NUMBERED 185 ON THE PLAN. 

ETCHINGS. 

SCREEN E— EAST SIDE. 

3o6i. Mygatt, Robertson K. (New York) Along the Quay, Carlsbad, Ger- 
many. 

2062. Mygatt, Robertson K. (New York) Cloisters, Santa Barbara, Cal. 

2063. Whittemore, Wm. J. (New York) Mont Sl Michel. 

2064. Whittemore, Wm. J. (New York) Head of the Harbor. 

2065. Mygatt, Robertson K. (New York) Markt Strasse, Carlsbad, Ger 

many. 

2066. Mygatt, Robertson K. (New York) Restaurant in Stadts Park, Carls- 

bad, Germany. 

2067. Mygatt, Robertson K. (New York) A Tepel Bridge, Carlsbad, Ger- 

many. 

2068. Mygatt, Robertson K. (New York) Market Place, Carlsbad, Germany. 

2069. Mygatt, Robertson K. (New York) A Slushy Morning, from My Win- 

dow. 

207a Mygatt, Robertson K. (New York) Twilight from my Window. 

2071. Mygatt, Robertson K. (New York) Pragergasse, Carlsbad, Germany. 

2072. Mygatt, Robertson K. (New York) Street Scene, Carlsbad, Germany. 

2073. Chapman, Carlton T. (New York 

2074. Chapman, Carlton T. (New York 

2075. Chapman, Carlton T. (New York 

2076. Chapman, Carlton T. (New York 

2077. Chapman, Carlton T. (New York 

2078. Chapman, Carlton T. (New York 

2079. Chapman, Carlton T. (New York 

2080. Chapman, Carlton T. (New York 
2o8i. Chapman, Carlton T. (New York 

2082. Chapman, Carlton T. (New York 

land. 

2083. Chapman, Carlton T. (New York 

2084. Chapman, Carlton T. (New York 



Street in Chartres, France. 
Abandoning the Ship. 
Old Houses, Chester, England. 
English Fishing Boats. 
Rue de la Victoire, St. Malo. 
Calm Morning. 

Bridge Over Old Moat, Chartres. 
Twilight by the Sea. 
Fishing Boats at Anchor. 
Bakehouse Close, Edinburgh, Scot- 
Evening in the Harbor. 
Moonrise. 



UNITED STATES — ETCHINGS. 1 1 3 

2065. Chapman, Carlton T. (New York) Gloucester Harbor. 

ao86. Chapman, Carlton T. (New York) Street in Mont St. Michel. 

2087. Chapman, Carlton T. (New York) Driven Ashore. 

ao88. ' Chapman, Carlton T. (New York) Street in St. Malo. 

SCREEN E— WEST SIDE. 

2069. Weir, J. Alden (New York). One Etching and One Dry Point. 

^090. Weir, J. Alden (New York). The Lamp. 

aopz. Weir, J. Alden (New York). Three Etchings and Three Dry Points. 

Weir, J. Alden (New York). Head. 

Weir, J. Alden (New York). Two Dry Points: The Frugal Repast and 
Child Reading. 

2094. Weir, J. Alden (New York). Portrait of John F. Weir. (Last state.) 

2095. Weir, J. Alden (New York). One Dry Point and One Etching. 

2096. Weir, J. Alden (New York). Christmas Tide. (After a water color.) 

2097. Weir, J. Alden (New York). Three Etchings. 
2096. Wair, J. Alden (New York). The Little Fountain. 

2099. Weir, J. Alden (New York). H.E.Weir and Robert Weir. (Dry points.) 

2100. Weir, J. Alden (New York). Figure with Sleeping Dog. 

2101. Weir, J. Alden (New York). One Dry Point and One Etching. 
2Z02. Weir, J. Alden (New York). The Blacksmith Shop. 

2103. Weir, J. Alden (New York). Four Heads. 

2104. Weir, J, Alden (New York). By the Evening Lamp. 

2105. Weir, J. Alden (New York). Two Etchings and One Dry Point 

2106. Weir, J. Alden (New York).- The Back Yard. 

2107. Weir, J. Alden (New York). One Dry Point and One Etching. 

2108. Weir, J. Alden (New York). Portrait of a Young Lady. 

2109. Weir, J. Alden (New York). Two Dry Points. 
2X10. Weir, J. Alden (New York). Dr. R. F. Weir. 

2ZZI. Weir, J. Alden (New York). Two Etchings on Zinc. 
2x12. Weir, J. Alden (New York). Head. 

PIER OF ROTUNDA-~NUMBERED 185. - 

2XX3. Weir, J. Alden (New York). A Castle. 

2XX4. Weir, J. Alden (New York). Sulby Glen. 

2XXS. King, James S. (Upper Montclair, N. J.) The Golden Hour (Harvest). 

2xx6. Rosenthal, Max (Philadelphia). High Altar at St. Patrick's Cathedral, 

New York. 
2XX7. Wittcmore, Charles E. (New York) Twilight over Bedloe's Island, 

New York Harbor. 
2xx8. Ritchie, Henrietta (Philadelphia). The Connoisseur. 

SCREEN F— EAST SIDE. 

2XX9. Moran, Peter (Philadelphia). A Summer Afternoon. 

2120. Moran, M. Nimmo (New York). Summer, Easthampton (Long Island). 

2Z2X. Moran, M. Nimmo (New York). Between the Gloaming and the Murk. 

2X22. Moran, M. Nimmo (New York). The Edge of Georgia Pond. 

2X^ Moran, M. Nimmo (New York). The Old Homestead. 
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2124. Moran, Peter (Philadelphia). A Passing Storm, York Downs, Me. 

3125. Moran, M. Nimmo (New York). Evening, £asthampton( Long Island, 
N. Y.) 

2126. Moran, M. Nimmo (New York). Twilight, Easthimpton (Long 

Island, N. Y,) 

2127. Moran, M. Nimmo (New York). A Florida Forest. 

2X28. Ritchie, Henrietta (Philadelphia). Race Street Wharf, Philadelphia. 

2x29. Moran, M. Nimmo (New York). Bushkill Bridge. 

2x50. Moran, Peter (Philadelphia). Return of the Herd. 

2x31. Moran, Peter (Philadelphia). An Old New England Orchard. 

2x32. Moran, M. Nimmo (New York). Point Isabel, Fla. 

2x33. Moran, M. Nimmo (New York). Haunt of the Muskrat. 

2x34. Moran, M. Nimmo (New York). Conway Castle, Wales. 

2x35. Moran, M. Nimmo (New York). Bridge Over the Delaware. 

2x36. Moran, Emily K. (Philadelphia) On the Road to .the Farm. 

2x37. Moran, Peter (Philadelphia). Under the Willows. 

SCREEN F— WEST SIDE. 

2x38. Dielman, Frederick (New York). Head. (Dry point.) 

2x39. Nicoll, J. C. (New York) In the Harbor, 

2x40. Van Elton, Kruseman (New York), The Hudson River. 

2X4X. Van Elten, Kruseman (New York). Lily Pond. 

2x42. Canby, Louise Prescott (Philadelphia). Shipping Ice on the Kenne- 

beck. 

2x43. Canby, Louise Prescott (Philadelphia). Oswego Harbor. 

2x44. Nicoll, J. C. (New York) An East Wind. 

2x45. Lauber, Joseph (Leonia, N. J.). A Shingle Maker. 

2x46. Lauber, Joseph (Leonia, N. J.). The Shower. 

2x47. Lauber, Joseph (Leonia, N. J.). The Pond. 

2148. Lauber, ^Joseph (Leonia, N. J.). A Study in Dry Point. 

2x49. Nicoll, J. C. (New York) Cruising by Moonlight. 

2x50. Bloodgood, Robert F. (New York) "Who*s Afraid?" 

2X5X. Canby, Louise Prescott (Philadelphia). Sunset. 

2x52. Schoff, S. A. (Greenfield, Mass.) The Prelude. 

2153. Nicoll, J. C. (New York) The Smugglers* Landing Place. 

2x54. Lauber, Joseph (Leonia, N. J.). Morning on the Farm. 

2x55. Lauber, Joseph (Leonia, N. J.). Lowlands Near the Ocean. 

2x56. Nicoll, J. C. (New York) The Reef. 

2157. Van Elten, Kruseman (New York). Repairing the Bridge. 

2158. Bloodgood, Robert F. (New York). Hard Times. 

2x59. Schoff, S. A. (Greenfield, Mass.) Portrait of Judge Devens. (After 

F. P. Vinton.) 

2x60. Schoff, S. A. (Greenfield, Mass.) Portrait of a Girl. (After Abbott H. 

Thayer.) 

2x6x. Schoff, S. A. (Greenfield, Mass.) Portrait of Mrs. Fowler. After Frank 

Fowler. 



UNITED STATES — ETCHINGS. 1 15 

SCREEN G— SOUTH SIDE. 

• 

3i6a. Maiilqr« Thomas R. (New York) Weehawken Ferry. 

2x63. Manley, Thomas R. (New York) The Cottage. 

2164. Gifibrd, R. Swain (New York). Salt Vats of Padanaram. 

2x65. Gifford, R. Swain (New York). The Cove "Road, Naushon Island, Mass. 

2x66. Johnson, Thomas (New York). Portrait of Walt Whitman. (After a 

photograph). 
3x67. Manley, Thomas R. (New York) Near King*s Bridge, New York. 
2x68. Manley, Thomas R. (New York) After the Shower. 
2x69. Ertz, Edward (Paris, France). The River Loire and the Chateau of 

Vernon. (Three ctthings in one frame.) 
2x70. Gifford, R. Swain (New York). An October Day. 
2X7X. Gifford, R. Swain (New York). Near the Sea (Evening). 
2x72. Gifford, R. Swain (New York). Barney's Joy. 
2x73. Johnson, Thomas (New York). Portrait of Abraham Lincoln. (After 

a photograph.) 
2x74. Manley, Thomas R. (New York) The Lane. 

2x75. Manley, *Thomas R. (New York) Bridge in Central Park, New York. 
2x76. Manley, Thomas R. (New York) Newark Bay (Evening). 
2x77. Gifford, R. Swain (New York). The Bank of , the River. 
2x78. Faber, Erwin F. (Philadelphia) St. Philips, Charleston. Lent by Mr. 

H. L. Smith, Philadelphia. 
2x79. Yewell, George (New York). Cloister of the Monastery of St. Elena, 

near Venice. 
2x80. Mercier, Gustave'(New York). Education of the Virgin. (After Rubens.) 
2x8x. Yewell, George H. (New York) House of the Bell Ringer of Rouen 

Cathedral, France. 
2x82. Whittemore, Charles E. (New York) A Gloucester Water Side. 
2x83. Whittemore, Charles E. (New York) Off Old Point Comfort, Virginia. 
2x84. Mercier, Gustave (New York). "Vive la Fidelity." (After Franz Hals.) 
2x85. Faber, Herman (Philadelphia). The Challenge. 
2x86. Walker, Charles A. (Boston) Landscape. 
•X87. Walker, Charles A. (Boston) Group of Seven Etchings. (Two after 

Corot, two after Daubigny, one after Troyon, one after Dupr6, one 

after Meissonier, (Le Sieur.) 
2x88. Walker, Charles A. (Boston) On the Oise, after Daubigny. 
2x89. Faber, Herman (Philadelphia). Faust— A Mastiff. 
2x90. Smith, Sidney L. (New York) Jade Bowl, Teakwood Stand. (From 

the collection of Mr. Heber R. Bishop, New York.) 
2X9X. Smith, Sidney L. (New York) Silver Coffee Pot, made by Tiffany 

& Co., New York. 
2x93. Smith, Sidney L. (New York) Jade Plaque, Green Jade Stand. (From 

the collection of Mr. Heber R. Bishop, New York. 
2x93. Smith, Sidney L. (New York) A Portrait. 
2x94. Smith, Sidney L. (New York) Opaque Gray Jade, Teakwood Stand. 

(From the collection of Mr. Heber R. Bishop, New York.) 
2x95, Smith, Sidney L. (New York) Jade Vase, Teakwood Stand. (From 

the collection of Mr. Heber R. Bishop, New York.) 



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2x96. Smith, Sidney L. (New York) Light and Dark Green Jade, Teakwood 
Stand. (From the collection of Mr.'Heber R. Bishop, New York.) 

2x97. Smith, Sidney L. (New York) Jade, with Teakwood Stand. (From 
the collection of Mr. Heber R. Bishop, New York.) 

2198. Smith, Sidney L. (New York) Europa. (After antique terra cotta.) 

(Feuerdent collection.) 

2199. Smith, Sidney L. (New York) A Portrait. 

2200. Smith, Sidney L. (New York) Green Jade Jar, Teakwood Stand. 

(From the collection of Mr. Heber R. Bishop, New York.) 
220X. Smith, Sidney L. (New York) Green Jade Plaque, Teakwood Stand. 
(From the collection of Mr. Heber R. Bishop, New York.) 

2202. Monks, J. A. S. (Boston) Evening After the Storm. 

2203. Ferris, Stephen J. (Philadelphia) Six Etchings. 

2204. Mercier, Gustave (New York). Automedon. (After Henri Regnault) 

2205. Paulus, Francis P. (Munich, Bavaria) A Summer Landscape. 

2206. Paulus, Francis P. (Munich, Bavaria) Spring Morning on the Isar. 

2207. PauIus* Francis P. (Munich, Bavaria) Scene near Munich. 

2208. Rosenthal, Max (Philadelphia). Portrait of George W. Childs. 

2209. King, James S. (Upper Montclair, N. J.) An August Afternoon. Lent 

by Mr. C. Klackner, New York. 
22x0. Sartain, Emily (Philadelphia). In the Twlighu (After a painting by 
Elliott Daingerfield.) 

SCREEN G— NORTH SIDE. 

32XX. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). The Unsafe Tenement 
Lent by Mr. Edward J. Kennedy, New York. 
Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). The Kitchen. Lent by Mr. 

George W. Vanderbilt, New York. 
Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). The Old Rag Woman. 
Lent by Mr. George W. Vanderbilt, New York, 
22x4. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Longshoremen. Lent by 

Howard Mansfield, New York. 
2215. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Rotherhithe. Lent by Mr. 

Howard Mansfield, New York. 
22x6. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Tyzac, Whiteley & Co. 

Lent by Mr. Edward G. Kennedy, New York. 
22x7. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Black Lion Wharf. Lent 

by Mr. George W. Bramhall, Orange, N. J. 
22x8. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). The Lime Burner. Lent 

by Mr. Edward G. Kennedy, New York. 

22x9. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Portrait of Mr. Mann. 

(Dry point.) Lent by Mr. John Caldwell, Pittsburg. 

Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Portrait of Drouet, the 

Sculptor. (Dry point.) Lent by Mr. Howard Mansfield, New York, 

Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Portrait of Becquet Lent 

by Mr. Howard Mansfield, New York. 
Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). The Foxge. (Dry point) 
Lent by Mr. Edward G. Kaimedy, New Yotk. 



UNITED STATES — ETCHINGS. 1 1 7 

Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Portrait of Annie Haden. 
(Dry point.) Lent by Mr. Howard Mansfield, New York. 

Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Early Portrait of Whist- 
ler. Lent by Mr. Edward G. Kennedy, New York. 

2235. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Portrait of Whistler. (Dry 

point.) Lent by Mr. Edward G. Kennedy, New York. 

2236. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). The Engraver Riault. 

(Dry point) Lent by Mr. Edward G. Kennedy, New York. 

2237. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Putney Bridge. Lent by 

Mr. Howard Mansfield, New York. 

2228. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Battersea Bridge. Lent 

by Mr. Edward G. Kennedy, New York. 

2229. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Joe. (Dry point.) Lent by 

Mr. Howard Mansfield, New York. 

2230. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Portrait of Axenfeld. (Dry 

point.) Lent by Mr. Edward G. Kennedy, New York. 

2231. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Portrait of Arthur Sey- 

mour. (Dry point.) Lent by Mr. Charles L. Freer, Detroit. 
Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). The Balcony. Lent by 

Mr. Edward G. Kennedy, New York. 
Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). The Two Doorways. Lent 

by Mr. Howard Mansfield, New York. 
22^, Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). The Doorway. Lent by 

Mr. Howard Mansfield, New York. 
Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Battersea, Dawn. (Dry 

point.) Lent by Mr. Howard Mansfield, New York. 
Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). The Storm. (Dry point.) 

Lent by Mr. Edward G. Kennedy, New York. 
Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). The Dyer. Lent by Mr. 

Howard Mansfield, New York. 
Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). The Traghetto. Lent by 
- Mr. John Caldwell, Pittsburg. 

2239. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Nocturne, The Riva (Venice). 

Lent by Mr. Howard Mansfield, New York. 

2240. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). The Palaces (Venice). 

Lent by Mr. Bryan Lathrop, Chicago. 
224X. Whistler, James McNe*ll (Paris, France). Little Venice. Lent by 
Mr. John Caldwell, Pittsburg. 

2242. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). The Little Putney (No. 3). 

Lent by Mr. Howard Mansfield, New York. 

2243. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). The Garden. Lent by Mr. 

Howard Mansfield, New York. 

2244. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). The Riva, Venice (No. 2). 

Lent by Mr. John Caldwell, Pittsburg. 
224s Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). The Beggars. Lent by 
Mr. George W. Bramhall, Orange, N. J. 

2246. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Steamboat Fleet. (Dry 
point.) Lent by Mr. Edward G. Kennedy, New York, 



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Il8 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP'T K — FINE ARTS. 

2247. Whistlefi Jimes McNeill (Paris, France). Weary. (Dry point.) Lent 

by Mr. George W. Bramhall, Orange, N. J. 

2248. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Nocturne, Palaces (Venice). 

Lent by Mr. Howard Mansfield, New York. 

2249. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). San Giorgio (Venice). 

Lent by Mr. Howard Mansfield, New York. 

2250. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). The Large Pool. Lent by 

Mr. Howard Mansfield, New York. 

2251. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Palace, Brussels. Lent by 

"Mr. Bryan Lathrop, Chicago. 

2252. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Portrait of Fanny Leyland. 

(Dry point.) Lent by Mr. Howard Mansfield, New York. 

2253. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Court- Yard, Brussels. Lent 

by Mr. Edward G. Kennedy, New York. 

2254. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). The Little Sweet Shop 

Lent by Mr. Walter S. Carter, Brooklyn. 

2255. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). The Smithy. Lent by Mr 

Howard Mansfield, New York. 

2256. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Windsor, (Dry point) 

Lent by Mr. Charles L. Freer, Detroit. 

2257. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Clothes Exchange (No. 

2). Lent by Mr. Howard Mansfield, New York. 

2258. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Mayoralty Building, Loches, 

Lent by Mr. Charles L. Freer, Detroit, Mich. 
2^. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Chancellor's Office, Lochos. 

Lent by Mr. Charles L. Freer, Detroit, Mich. 
2260. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). The Barber's Shop, Chelsea. 

Lent by Mr. Howard Mansfield, New York. 
226Z. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Hotel Lallemant, Bourges. 

Lent by Mr. Charles L. Freer, Detroit. 

2262. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). City Hall, Loches. Lent by 

Mr. Charles .L. Freer, Detroit 

2263. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). The Steps. Lent by Mr. 

Walter S. Carter, Brooklyn. 

2264. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). The Embroidered Curtain. 

Lent by Mr. Walter S. Carter, Brooklyn. 
22^. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). The Balcony, Amsterdam. 
Lent by Mr. Walter S. Carter, Brooklyn. 

2266. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). The Long House. Lent 

by Mr. Charles L. Freer, Detroit. 

2267. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). The Mill. Lent by Mr. 

Walter S. Carter, Brooklyn. * 

2268. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Pierrot. Lent by Mr. Walter 

S. Carter, Brooklyn. 

2269. Whistler, James McNeill (Paris, France). Zaandam, Holland. Lent 

by Mr. Walter S. Carter, Brooklyn. 



UNITED STATES — ETCHINGS. I IQ 

SCREEN H (AT PIER 170)— EAST SIDE. 

3270. Miclatz, Charles F. W. (New York) The Tombs, New York. (Dry 
point.) 

2271. Mielatz, Charles F. W. (New York) Newport Wharves. 

2272. Mielatz, Charles F. W. (New York) The Road to the Sea. 

2273. Mielatz, Charles F. W. (New York) Coenties Slip, New York. 

2274. Mielatz, Charles F. W. (New York) Mott Haven Canal, New York. 

2275. Mielatz, Charles F. W. (New York) East River, New York. 

2376. Mielatz, Charles F. W. (New York) Madison Square, New York, at 
Night. 

2277. Mielatz, Charles F. W. (New York) Grand Central Station, New York, 

at Night. 

2278. Mielatz, Charles F. W. (New York) Trout Pond, Moorsfield, R. I. (Dry 

point.) 

2279. Mielatz, Charles F. W. (New York) The Falls of Pawtucket. (Dry 

point.) 

2280. Mielatz, Charles F. W. (New York) In the Bowery, New York. 

2281. Mielatz, Charles F. W. (New York) The Battery, New York. 

2282. Mielatz,«Charles F. W. (New York) Elevated Station, New York, at 

Night. 

2283. Mielatz, Charles F. W. (New York) A Tow on the North River, New 

York. 

2284. Mielatz, Charles F. W. (New York) A Bit of Baxter Street, New 

York. 

2285. Mielatz, Charles F. W. (New York) Mill at Block Island, R. I. (Dry 

point.) 

2286. Mielatz, Charles F. W. (New York) Entrance to Brooklyn Bridge, 

New York. 

2287. Mielatz, Charles F. W. (New York)' Spar Yard. South Street, New 

York. 

2288. Mielatz, Charles F. W. (New York) Sectional Docks, East River, New 

York. 

2289. Mielatz, Charles F. W. (New York) Two Bridges on the Harlem, N. Y. 

(Dry point.) 

2290. Mielatz, Charles F. W. (New York) Strangers in Wallabout. (Dry 

point.) » 

SCREEN H— WEST SIDE. 

2291. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). Charenton, Paris. 

2292. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). Winter Evening, Windsor, N. S. 

2293. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). Market Place, Yvetot, France. 

2294. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). Winter. 

2295. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. 

2296. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). Mills, New Brunswick. 

2297. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). A Passing Shower. 

2298. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). On Cape Ann, Massachusetts. 

2299. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). Near Frejus, France. 

2300. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). A Gale at F6camp (France). 

2301. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). On the Ranee, Brittany. 



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2302. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). 

2303. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). 

(Dry point.) 

2304. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). 

2305. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). 

2306. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). 

2307. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). 

2308. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). 

2309. Parrish, Stephen ( Philadelphia). 

2310. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). 
231 z. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). 

2312. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). 

2313. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). 
23x4. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). 
2315. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). 
23x6. Parrish, Stephen (Philadelphia). 



Portland, New Brunswick. 
Gloucester Harbor, Massachusetts. 

On the Thames, London. 

Market Day, St. Augustine, Florida. 

A Canal in Venice. 

Port of Cannes, France. 

Near Dinan, Brittany, France. 

Port of Nice, France. 

Swamp Land. 

Winter at Windsor, N. S. 

Bass River, Cape Cod, Mass. 

Near Quebec, Canada. 

Riverdale. 

Northern Moorland. 

On the Dee, Chester. 



PIER OF ROTUNDA— NUMBERED 170. 

23x7. Vandcrhoof, Charles A. (New York) A New York Shanty. 

2318. Vandcrhoof, Charles A. (New York) East River. 

23x9. Vanderhoof, Charles A. (New York) Morning. 

2320. Vanderhoof, Charles A. (New York) Castle William,New York Harbor. 

232X. Vanderhoof, Charles A. (New York) A Kansas Windmill. 

2322. Vanderhoof, Charles A. (New York) Dordrecht, Holland. 

2323. Vanderhoof, Charles A. (New York) Sunset on the A^arne, Francc 

2324. Vanderhoof, Charles A. (New York) Solitude. 

2325. Vandcrhoof, Charles A. (New York) The Fish-Hawk's Nest 

2326. Vanderhoof, Charles A. (New York) Morning Light. 

2327. Vandcrhoof, Charles A. (New York) The Passing Storm. 

2328. Vandcrhoof, Charles A. (New York) Sand Dunes of Virginia. 

2329. King, James S. (Upper Montclair, N. J.) Christmas Morning in Col- 

onial Times. 

2330. Vandcrhoof, Charles A. (New York) The First Snow. 

2331. Calahan, James J. (New York) Mandolin Player. 

2332. Lovewdl, Rominer (Chelsea, Mass.). Green's Dock, East Boston. 

2333. Schilling, Alexander (New York). An Interior. 

2334. Schilling, Alexander (New York). The Maas near Dort, Holland, Low 

Tide. 

SCREEN I— EAST SIDE. 

2335. Schilling, Alexander (New York). A Breezy Day on the Hackensack, 

(New Jersey). 

2336. Schilling, Alexander (New York). The Edge of the Forest 

2337. Schilling, Alexander (New York). Toll Gate and Bridge. 

2338. Schilling, Alexander (New York). A Holland Landscape. 

2339. Schilling, Alexander (New York). Near Ridderkerk, Holland. 

2340. Schilling, Alexander (New York). A German Landscape. 
234X. Schilling, Alexander (New York), At Sunset. 

2342. Schilling, Alexander (New York). Spring. 




UNITED STATES — ETCHINGS. 1 2 1 

2343. Schilling, Alexander New York). Heerjahusdam, Holland. 

2344. Schilling, Alexander (New York). The Maas at Schiedam, Holland. 

2345. Schilling, Alexander (New York). A Lowery Autumn Day. 

2346. Schilling, Alexander (New York). On Weehawken Hights (New 

Jersey). 

2347. Schilling, Alexander (New York). Evening. (Dry point.) 

2348. Schilling, Alexander (New York). The Brick Barge. 

2349. Schilling, Alexander (New York). Dordrecht from Pappendrecht» 

Holland. 

2350. Schilling, Alexander (New York). Windmill on the Maas, Holland. 

2351. Schilling, Alexander (New York). Dry Point, with burr Removed. 

2352. Schilling, Alexander (New York). The Dyke. 

2353. Schilling, Alexander (New York). . Old Shed and Willows. 

2354. Schilling, Alexander (New York). Hauling Wood. 
23S5- Schilling, Alexander (New York). Landscape, Spring. 

2356. Schilling, Alexander (New York). Church Street, Detroit; Winter. 

2357. Schilling, Alexander (New York). Oostendam, Holland. 

2358. Schilling, Alexander (New York). A Holland Landscape. 

2359* Schilling, Alexander (New York).. The Juniata, near Lewistown, 
Pennsylvania. 

SCREEN I— WEST SIDE. 

9360; Piatt, Charles A. (New York) A Brittany Farm, France. 

236X. Piatt, Charles A. (New York) Honfleur, France. 

2362. Piatt, Charles A. (New York) The Meuse, France. 

^3. Piatt, Charles A. (New York) Willows on the Coast 

2364. Piatt, Charles A. (New York) Amheim, Holland. 

2365. Piatt, Charles A. (New York) An Inland Port. 

2366. Piatt, Chaises A. (New York) Passenger Boats on the Seine, France. 
23^. Piatt, Charles A. (New York) Brittany Landscape, France. 

2368. Piatt, Charles A. (New York) Brooklyn Bridge. 

2369. Piatt, Charles A. (New York) Pier at Larmor. 

2370. Piatt, Charles A. (New York) A Spring Flood. 

2371. Piatt, Charles A. (New York) Dordrecht, Holland. 

2372. Piatt, Charles A. (New York) Two Sloops. 

2373. Piatt, Charles A. (New York) Naples. 

2374. Piatt, Charles A. (New York) Under Pont Ste. Marie, Paris. 
^5. Piatt, Charles A. (New York) Dieppe, France. 

2376. Piatt, Charles A. (New York) Pont St. Michel, Paris. 

SCREEN J— NORTH SIDE— ETCHINGS. MONOTYPES. ETC. 

2377. Walker, Charles A. (Boston) Evening Approaching. (Monotype.) 

2378. Blobdgood, Robert F. (New York) The End of the Outlaw. (Etch- 

ing.) 

2379. Closson, W. B. (Lancaster, Mass.) The Nymph and the Great 

Bubble. 

2380. Closson, W. B. (Lancaster, Mass.) Rembrandt^s Mother. 
2331. Faber, Herman (Philadelphia). Study of a Lion's Head. 



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3382. Mercier, Gustave (New York). The Day's Work Done. (After Jules 

Breton.) 
2383. Sartain, William (New York). Symphony. (Mezzotint.) (After the 

painting by H. Siddons Mowbray.) 

3384. Closson, W. B. (Lancaster, Mass.) Portrait of Whittier. ■ 

3385. Rosenthal, Max (Philadelphia). Crossing the Brook. 

3386. Clossen, W. B. (Lancaster, Mass.) The Belated Bird. 

SCREEN J— SOUTH SIDE. 

2387. Walker, Charles A. (Boston) Rough Weather. (Monotype.) 

3388. Sartain, William (New York). lone. (Mezzotint.) 

3389. Walker, Charles A. (Boston) Winter in Holland. (After A. Mauve.) 

3390. Faber, Erwin F. (Philadelphia) The Repentance of Eve. 

3391. Colman, Samuel (Newport, R. I.). Japanese Inro with Netzukies 

(No. 2). 
3393. Colman, Samuel (Newport, R. L). Japanese Inro with Netzukies. (No. 1.) 

3393. Sartain, John (Philadelphia). Irene. (Steel engraving after Joseph 

Coomans.) 

3394. Rosenthal, Max (Philadelphia). Romola. (Mezzotint.) 

3395. Colman, Samuel (Newport, R. I.). Life in Mexico. (From note ]>ook 

sketches.) 

3396. Colman, Samuel (Newport, R. I.). A Gray Day at Dieppe. 

3397. Colman, Samuel (Newport, R. I.). The Terraces at Naples. 

3398. Colman, Samuel (Newport, R. I.). Olive Grove and Mill, Bordighera, 

Italy. 

3399. Walker, Charles A. (Boston) After the Storm. (Monotype.) Lent by 

Mr. J. Reed Whipple, Boston. 

3400. Colman, Samuel (Newport, R. I.). Olive Trees of the Riviera. 

3401. Faber, Erwin F. (Philadelphia) Thrown. Lent by Mr. C. Klackner, 

New York. 

IN ALCOVE 175— NORTH END OF NORTH COURT. 
3403. Wiseman, R. R. (New Haven, Conn.) New Haven Elms. 



UNITED STATES — WOOD ENGRAVINGS. 1 23 



WOOD ENGRAVINGS. 

(mostly the exhibit of the AMERICAN SOCIETY OF WOOD ENGRAVERS.) 



ON SCREENS IN GALLERY ON SOUTH SIDE OF WEST COURT- 
SECOND FLOOR— NUMBERS 2403 TO 2694 INCLUSIVE. 

ALCOVE 149— SCREEN 1— EAST SIDE. 

3403. Closson, W. B. (Lancaster, Mass.) The Immaculate Conception. (Aft^r 
Murillo — Fragment.) 

2404. Aikman, Walter M. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) The Sheep Pasture. 

240$. Aikman, Walter M. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) Wordsworth. (After Alfred 

Parsons.) 

2406. Closson, W. B. (Lancaster, Mass.) Saxon. 

2407. Bemstrom, Victor (Grandview-on- Hudson, N. Y.). A Little Music 

(After Theodore Wores.) 

2408. Aikman, Walter M. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) The Pendant Jewel Weed. 

2409. Closson, W. B. (Lancaster, Mass.) The Young Squire. (After Couture.) 

2410. Bemstrom, Victor (Grandview-on-the-Hudson, N. Y.). Drawing Water 

for the Camp. 
24x1. Closson, W. B. (Lancaster, Mass.) The Quadroon Girl. (After George 

Fuller.) 
24x2. Closson, W. B. (Lancaster, Mass.) Winnifred Dysart. (After George 

Fuller.) 
24x3. Bemstrom, Victor (Grandview-on-the- Hudson, N. Y.). Philip II. 
24x4. Aikman, Walter M. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) Rowing Down to Iffley. 
2415. Aikman, Walter M. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) Under the Willows. (After 

Alfred Parsons.) 
24x6. Bemstrom, Victor M. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) Pirates Haven, Shark River, 

N.J. 
24x7. Aikman, Walter M. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) Sunset, La Hulpe, Belgium. 
24x8. Aikman, Walter M. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) Bringing Home the Christmas 

Tree. 
24x9. Bemstrom, Victor (Grandview-on-Hudson, N. Y.) The Snow Angel. 
2420. Closson, W. B. (Lancaster, Mass.) Mother and Child. (After Abbott 

H. Thayer. 
242X. Closson, W. B. (Lancaster, Mass.) Flowers. 

2422. Closson, W. B. (Lancaster, Mass.) Springtime. (After E. Major.) 

2423. Bemstrom, Victor (Grandview-on-the-Hudson, N. Y.). The Shepherd- 

ess. (After Charles Sprague Pearce.) 

2424. Closson, W. B. (Lancastft-, Ma%s.) The Listeners. (After W. M. Hunt.) 
24^ Closson, W. B. (Lancaster, Mass.) The Irrigating Ditch. 

2426. Bemstrom, Victor (Grandview-on-the-Hudson, N. Y.). The Moujik. 
(After T. de Thulstrup.) 



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2427. Bemstrom, Victor (Grand view-on-the- Hudson, N. Y.). The Dead Mat- 

ador. 

2428. Bernstrom, Victor (Grand view-on-the-Hudson, N. Y.). Limbering Up. 
242^. Aikman, Walter M. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) Grand Canal, Venice. 

2430. Aikman, Walter M. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) A Modern Comanche. (After 

F, Remington.) 
243X. Bernstrom, Victor (Grandview-on-the-Hudson, N.Y.). Trapped at Lati. 

2432. Closson, W. B. (Lancaster, Mass.) The Mirror. (After D. M. Bunker.) 

SCREEN 1— WEST SIDE. 

2433. Cole, Timothy (New York)*. Man with a Violin. Lent by the Century 

Co., New York. 

2434. Cole, Timothy (New York). A Knight of Malta, (After Giorgioni^) 

Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2435. Closson, W. B. (Lancaster, Mass.) Night Moths. 

2436. Closson, W. B. (Lancaster, Mass.) An Ideal Head. (After Abbott H. 

Thayer.) 

2437. Cooper, Edith (New York). The Springtime of Love. (After Thuman.) 

2438. Cole, Timothy (New York). The Miracle of St. Mark. (After Tmtor- 

etto.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2439. Cooper, Edith (New York). White Birches. (After Miller.) 

2440. Cooper, Edith (New York). Sheep. (After A. B. Davies.) 

2441. Cole, Timothy (New York). Venice Enthroned. (After Paolo Ver- 

onese.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2442. Cole, Timothy (New York). Madonna of the Goldfinch. (After Raph- 

ael.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2443. Comstock, Mrs. Anna Botsford, (Ithaca, N. Y.) Rendezvous by Moon- 

light. 

2444. Cole, Timothy (New York), Two Cherubs, (After Andrea del Sarto.) 

Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2445. Bernstrom, Victor (Grandview-on-the-Hudson, N, Y.), The Mystery 

of Life. (After Carl Marr.) 

2446. Cole, Timothy (New York). Mary Magdalen. (After Bartholomeo.) 

Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2447. Cole, Timothy (New York). St. Agnes. (After Andrea del Sarto.) 

Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2448. Comstock, Mrs. Anna Botsford (Ithaca, N. Y.). Moths. 

2449. Comstock, Mrs. Anna Botsford (lathca, N. Y.). Moths. 

2450. Comstock, Mrs, Anna Botsford (Ithaca, N. Y.). Tropical Moths. 

2451. Cole, Timothy (New York). The Tribute Money, (After Masaccio.) 

Lent by the Century Co., New York, * 

2452. Cole, Timothy (New York), iCneas. (After Raphael.) Lent by the 

Century Co., New York. 

2453. Cole, Timothy (New York). Mona Lisa. (After Leonardo Da Vinci.) 

2454. Cole, Timothy (New York). Detail of " The Last Judgment." (After 

Fra Angelico.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2455. Cooper, Edith (New York). Garrison Marching out with Honors of 

War, Lille. France, 1708. 



UNITED STATES — WOOD ENGRAVINGS, 12$ 

1456. Cole, Timothy (New York). Madonna and Child. (After Bellini.) 

Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
2457. \:ole, Timothy (New York). Battle of St. Ephesius. (After Spinello.) 

Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

3458. Cole, Timothy (New York). The Concert. (After Giorgione.) Lent 

by the Century Co., New York. 

3459. Cole, Timothy (New York). Verrocchio. (After Lorenzo di'Credi.) 

Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
2460. Comstock, Mrs. Anna Botsford (Ithaca, N. Y). Cherry Blossoms and 
Moths. 

3461. Comstock, Mrs. Anna Botsford (Ithaca, N. Y.). A Moth. 

ALCOVE 150— SCREEN 2— EAST SIDE. 

3462. Cole, Timothy (New York). Madonna and Child. (After Botticelli.) 

Lent by the Century Co., New York. 
24^ DaTis, John P. (New York) The Spring Song. (After Arthur B. 

Davies.) 
2464. Davis, John P. (New York) Joe Jefferson as Bob Acres. (After John 

W. Alexander.) 
24(^ Davidson, Harry (New York). Afternoon on a Ranch. 

2466. Davidson, Harry (New York). An Old Mill. (After A. Castaigne.) 

2467. Davis, John P. (New York). The Bohemian. (After Paul W. Bartlett.) 

2468. Del' Orme, E. H. (New York) The Birthplace of Beethoven. 

2469. Cole, Timothy (New York). The Three Ages of Man . (After Lorenzo 

Lotto.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2470. Del' Orme, E. H. (New York). Esquimaux Life. (After W. L. 

Taylor.) 

247Z. Dana, William Jay (Brookline, Mass.). Sunset. (After Corot.) 

2472. Davis, John P. (New York) Among the Old Poets. (After Walter Shir- 
law.) 

2473* Cole, Timothy (New York). The Entombment. 

2474 Davis, John P. (New York). Autumn Hillside. 

2475. Cole, Timothy (New York). Unknown Man. (After Francia.) Lent by 

the Century Co., New York. 

2476. Cole, Timothy (New York). Group of Angels. (After Gozzoli.) Lent 

by the Century Co., New York. 

2477. Cole, Timothy (New York). Madonna and Child (with Cherubs.) 

(After Bellini.) Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2478. Cole, Timothy (New York). St. Liberal is. (After Giorgione.) Lent by 

the Century Co., New York. 

2479. DerOrme, E. H. (New York) The Dutch Fleet Frozen in the Texal. 

(After C. Delort.) 

2480. Davidson, Harry (New York). Israel. 

2481. Cole, Timothy (New York). The Delphian Sibyl. (After Michael 

Angelo). Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2482. Davidson, Harry (New York). The Bowery at Night. 

2483.. Cole, Timothy (New York). St. Jerome. (After Ghirlandajo.) Lent by 
ttc Century Co., New York, 



126 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP'T K — FINE ARTS. 

2484. Davidson, Harry (New York). Canterbury Cathedral. 

2485. Del'Orme, E. H. (New York) An Icebferg. (After W. L. Taylor.) 

2486. Davis, John P. (New York) Woman and Bull. (After Roth.) 
3487. French, Frsmk (East Orange, N. J.) Valentine. 

2488. Davidson, Harry (New York). A Hard Winter. 

2489. French, Frank (East Orange, N. J.) A Christmas Vigil. 

SCREEN 2— WEST SIDE. 

2490. French, Frank (East Orange, N. J.) An Old Residenter. 

2491. French, Frank (East Orange, N. J.) The Rare Vase. (After Fortuny.) 

2492. French, Frank (East Orange, N. J.) Daisies. 

2495. French, Frank (East Orange, N. J.) Heneyah. (After F. A. Bridgman.) 

2494. Johnson, Thomas (New York). Portrait of A. Lang. (After Richmond.) 

2495. Johnson, Thomas (New York). Portrait of Liszt. (After Munkacsy.) 

2496. French, Frank (East Orange, N. J.). Clara. 

2497. Johnson, Thomas (New York). Head of a Man. (After Rembrandt.) 

2498. Johnson, Thomas (New York). Portrait of a Child. (After John V/. 

Alexander.) 

2499. French, Frank (East Orange, N. J.). Three Wood Engravings: Show- 

ery Days in the Meadows, Canterbury Meeting House and Morning 
in the Meadow. 

2500. French, Frank (East Orange, N. J.). Rose Leaves. (After H. Hum- 

phrey Moore.) 

2501. Johnson, Thomas (New York). Portrait of Bishop Horatio Potter. 

(After D. Huntington.) 
3503. French, Frank (East Orange, N. J.). Abundance. (After Philip Mar- 
tiny's Statue for the Art Palace, World's Columbian Exposition.) 

2503. Johnson, Thomas (New York). Portrait of Columbus. 

2504. Davis, John P. (New York) The Cobblers. (After Edgar M. Ward.) 
^505. French, Frank (East Orange, N. J.). The Country Store. 

2506. French, Frank (East Orange, N. J.). Bust of Mark Twain. 

2507. French, Frank (East Orange, N. J.). Under the Mistletoe. 

2508. Johnson, Thomas (New York). Portrait of Robert Browning. 

2509. Johnson, Thomas (New York). Portrait of Miss Bradley-Martin. 

(After Carolus-Duran.) 

2510. French, Frank (East Orange, N. J.). Lacing the Sandal. (After F. D. 

Millet.) 
351 1. French, Frank (East Orange, N. J.). An African Woman. 

2513. Johnson, Thomas (New York). Portrait of Tennyson. 

3513. French, Frank (East Orange, N. J.), The Tiger Hunt. (After Barye.) 

2514. French, Frank (East Orange, N. J.). Portrait of a Lady. (After Fred- 

erick Dielman.) 
35x5. French, Frank (East Orange, N. J.). The Vale of Tears. 
3516. Johnson, Thomas (New York). Portrait of a Girl. / 

ALCOVE 150-SCREEN 3-EAST SIDE. 

35x7. King, Francis S. (Roseville, N. J.) Battle of the Sirens, (^ter F. S. 
Church.) Lent by Harper & Brothers, New York. 



UNITED STATES — WOOD ENGRAVINGS. I27 

25x8. King, Francis S. (Roseville, N. J.) The Sibyl. (After F. S. Church.) 
25x9. King, Francis S. (Roseville, N. J.) Pandora*s Box. (After F. S. 

Church.) Lent by Harper & Brothers, New York. 
2520. Kingsley, Elbridge (Hadley, Mass.). The Old Homestead. (After 

J. F. Murphy.) 
252X. Kingsley, Elbridge (Hadley, Mass.). A Winter Evening. (After D. 

W. Tryon.) Lent by Mr. N. E. Montross, New York. 
^522. King, Francis S. (Roseville. N. J.) The Quartet. (After W. T. 

. Dannat.) , 

^523. King, Francis S. (Roseville, N. J.) Charge of the CuiraSiers. (After 

Aimfe Morot.) Lent by Harper & Bros., New York. 
9524* Johnson, Thomas (New York). Portrait of Daubigny. 

2525. King, Frances S. (Roseville, N. J.) A Christmas Fantasy. (After F. 

S. Church.) 

2526. French, Frank (East Orange, N. J.). In the Enemy's Country. (After 

Gilbert Gaul.) 

2527. French, Frank (East Orange, N. J.). Christmas Chimes. 

2528. French, Frank (East Orange, N. J.). Portrait of Isaac Walton. (After 

George H. Boughton.) 

2529. Johnson, Thomas (New York). Portrait of Dr.S. Weir Mitchell. (After 

Frank Holl.) 

2530. King, Francis S. (Roseville, N. J.) Knowledge is Power. (After F. S. 

Church. 
253X. King, Francis S. (Roseville, N. J.) The Sorceress. (After F. S. Church.) 
Lent by Harper & Bros., New York. 

2532. King, Francis S. (Roseville, N. J.) A Difference. (After E. H. Blash- 

field.) 

2533. Kingsley, Elbridge (Hadley, Mass.). The Journey Northward. 

2534. King, Francis S. (Roseville, N. J.) Girl and Tigers. (After F. S. 

Church.) Lent by Harper & Brothers, New York. 

2535. Muller, R. A. (Brooklyn) The Taking of Numantia. (After Vera.) 

2536. King, Francis S. (Roseville, N. J.) Ivan, the Terrible. Lent- by Har- 

per & Brothers, New York. 
2537* Johnson, Thomas (New York). Portrait of Paderewski. 

2538. King, Francis S. (Roseville, N. J.) Rose. Lent by Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 

SCREEN 3— WEST SIDE. 

2539. Kingsley, Elbridge (Hadley, Mass.). The Old Well. (After J. F. 

Murphy.) Lent by Mr. C. Klackner, New York. 

9540. Kingsley, Elbridge (Hadley, Mass.) New England Elms. 

2541. Kruell, Gustav (East Orange, N. J.) Portrait of William M. Hunt. 

9542. Kruell, Gustav (East Orange, N. J.) Portrait of Charles Darwin at 70. 

2543. Kruell, Gustav (East Orange, N. J.) Portrait of U. S. Grant 

2544. Kruell, Gustav (East Orange, N. J.) Portrait of Asa Gray. 
3545. Kruell, Gustav (East Orange, N. J.) Portrait of Daniel Webster. 
9546. Kruell, Gustav (East Orange, N. J.) Portiait of William Lloyd Gar- 
rison. 



128 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP't K — FINE ARTS. 

2547. Kingsley, Elbridge (Hadley, Mass.). Morning. 

3548. Kniell, Gustav (East Orange, N. J.). Portrait of Abraham Lincoln. 

2549. King, Francis S. (Roseville, N. J.) F. S. Church in his Studio. 

3550. Kruell, Gustav (East Orange, N. J.). Portrait of James Russell Lowell. 

2551. Kruell, Gustav (East Orange, N. J.) Portrait of Harriet Beecher 
Stowe. 

3552. Kruell, Gustav (East Orange, N. J.). Portrait of General W. T. Sher- 
man. 

2553. Kro^, Gustav (East Orange, N. J.). Portrait of Charles Darwin, 1854. 

2554. Kruell, Gustav (East Orange, N. J.) Rent Day. (After Alfred Kappes.) 

2555. Kingsley, Elbridge (Hadley, Mass.). The White Mountain. 

2556. Kingsley, Elbridge (Hadley, Mass.). Midsummer. Lent by Mr. C. 

Klackner, New York. 

ALCOVE 151~SCREEN 4— EAST SIDE. 

2557. Powell, Caroline A. (Trenton, N. J.) The Three Marys. (After John 

LaFarge.) 

2558. Wellington, Frank H. (Passaic, N. J.) One Day in June. (After W. 

T. Smedley.) 

2559. Wolf, Henry (New York). A Tiger. (After Adolf Menzel.) 

2560. Wolf, Henry (New York). Thirst (After Gerome.) 

2561. Tinkey, John (Brooklyn, N.Y.). Apache Indian Firing on a Teamster. 

(After F. Remington.) 

2562. Wolf, Henry (New York). My Sister Lydia. (After E. C. Tarbell.) 

2563. Putnam, S. G. (Corona, Long Island, N. Y.) A Cozy Comer (After 

F. D. Millet.) 

2564. Wolf, Henry (New York). The Virgin Enthroned. (After A. H. 

Thayer.) 

2565. Putnam, S. G. (Corona, Long Island, N. Y.) Portrait of the Princess 

Marie of Austria. (After Velasquez.) 

2566. Powell, Caroline A. (Trenton, N. J.) An Organist. 

2567. Wellington, Frank H. (Passaic, N. J.) Miles Standish's Challenge. 

(After E. A. Abbey.) 

2568. Powell, Caroline A. (Trenton, N. J.) The Resurrection. (After John 

La Farge.) 

2569. Putnam, S. G. (Corona, Long Island, N. Y.) Pirates Seizing a Ship. 

2570. Wolf, Henry (New York). Madonna and Child. (After Dagnan- 

Bouveret.) 

2571. Wolf, Henry (New York). The Portrait. (After Will H. Low.) 

2572. Putnam, S. G. (Corona, Long Island, N. Y.) At the Continental Spring. 

2573. State, Charles (New York). Indians in Council. 

2574. Powell, Caroline A. (Trenton, N. J.) A Gorilla. (After Fremiet.) 

2575. Powell, Caroline A. (Trenton, N. J.) Bubbles. (After Couture.) 

2576. Wolf, Henry (New York). Alice. (After W. M. Chase.) 

2577. Wolf, Henry (New York). Miss Beatrice Goelet. (After J. S. Sargent.) 
2578.. Wolf, Henry (New York). The Roadside. (After R. Swain Gifford.) 
2579. Wolf, Henry (New York). The New England Peddler. (After East- 
man Johnson.) 



UNITED STATES — WOOD ENGRAVINGS. l^Q 

2580. Wolf, Henry (New York). Twilight. (After Alexander Harrison.) 

2581. State, Charles (New York). A Street Scene. (After A. Castaigne.) 

2582. Tinkejr, John (Brooklyn). All Halloween. 

SCREEN 4-WEST SIDE. 

2583. Kingsley, Elbridge (Hadley, Mass.) Silence. (After W. Bliss Baker). 

Lent by Mr. C. Klackner, New York. 

2584. Lindsay, Albert M. (Philadelphia) Shades of Evening. 

2585. Putnam, S. G. (Corona, Long Island, N. Y.) Waterfall by Moonlight 

(After R. A. Blakelock.) 

2586. Kingsley, Elbridge (Hadley, Mass.). The Connecticut Valley. 

2587. Kingsley, Elbridge (Hadley, Mass.). Late Summer. (After R. Collin.) 

2588. Powell, Caroline A. (Trenton, N. J.) Windmills. 

2589. DaTidson, Harry (New York). Balaam and his Master. (After How- 

ard Helmick.) % 

2590. Powell, Caroline A. (Trenton, N. J). A Harpist. 

2591. Muller, R. A. (Brooklyn) "I Am Perfectly Happy." (After J. G. 

Brown.) 

2592. Putnam, S. G. (Corona, Long Island, N. Y.) Identity. (After Elihu 

Vedder.) 

2593. Muller, R. A. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) Sir William Temple. (After Sir Peter 

Lely.) 

2594. Powell, Caroline A. (Trenton, N. J.) A Bit of Sunshine. 

2595. Putnam, S. G. (Corona, Long Island, N. Y.) Crane Castle. 

2596. Putnam, S. G. (Corona, Long Island, N. Y.) A Sheep Pasture. 

2597. King, Francis S, (Roseville, N. J.) Fog. (After F. S. Church.) 

2598. Muller, R. A. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) Gilbert Burnett (After Riley.) 

2599. Muller, R. A. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) Lost. (After A. Schenck.) 

2600. Putnam, S. G. (Corona, Long Island, N. Y.) Mirabeau and the King's 

Messenger. 
260X. King^ley, Elbridge (Hadley, Mass.). An Autumn Evening. (After D. 
W. Try on.) Lent by Mr. N. E. Montross, New York. 

2602. Powell, Caroline A. (Trenton, N. J.). Lady and Horse. (After A. H. 

Thayer.) 

2603. Muller, R. A. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) The DeBrehan Miniature of Washing- 

ton. 

2604. Muller, R. A. (Brooklyn., N Y.) The DeBrehan Miniature of Nelly 

Custis. 

2605. Kingsley, Elbridge (Hadley, Mass.). The Flying Dutchman. (After 

A. P. Ryder.) 

ALCOVE 151— SCREEN 5— EAST SIDE. 

2606. Cleaves, W. P. (Springfield, Mass.) Swift River, Conway, N. H. 

2607. Cleaves, W. P. (Springfield, Mass.) A Chocorua Vista. 

2608. Dana, William J. (Brookline, Mass.) Twilight. (After }. Appleton 

Brown.) 

2609. Collins, Robert C. (Rockville Centre, L. I., N. Y.) Florence- on the 

A mo. 
9 



130 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP*T K — FINE ARTS. 

a6io. Baker, Horace (New York). Scene in Tasmania. 

26zz. Collins, Robert C. (Rockville Centre, L. I., N. Y.) Landing Stairs at 

Leghorn. (After J. Pennell.) 
26za. Baker, Horace (New York). A Malay Pirate. 
26x3. Aitken, Peter (New York). The Conspirators. 

2614. Davis, Samuel P. (Brooklyn.) An After Dinner Nap. (After J. H. 

Dolph.) 

2615. Cleaves, W. P. (Springfield, Mass.) A Chocorua Sunset. 

2616. Collins, Robert C. (Rockville Centre, L. I., N. Y.) Henry VII Chapel, 

Westminster Abbey, London. 

2617. Tinkey, John (Brooklyn, N, Y.) Swine-herd, River Danube. (After 

F. D. Millet.) 

2618. Cleaves, W. P. (Springfield, Mass.) Silver Lake. 

2619. Tinkey, John (Brooklyn, N. Y.). Exchanging Confidences. (After F. 

C. Jones.) 

2620. Tinkey, John (Brooklyn, N. Y.). An English Cathedral. 

2621. Closson, W. B. (Lancaster, Mass.) Hawthorne's Boat House. (Relief 

engraved by a method of Mr, Closson's own invention.) 

2622. Del'Orme, E. H. (New York) Garden Scene in Venice. (After Rico.) 

2623. Aitkin, Peter (New York). A Scene in Kent, England. (After 

J. A. Fraser.) 

2624. Davis, Samuel P. (Brooklyn) French Hunting Dog. (After Rosa 

Bonheur.) 

2625. -Collins, Robert C. (Rockville Centre, L. I., N. Y.) An Archway in 

Siena, Italy. 

2626. Baker, Horace (New York). Castles in the Air. 

2627. Brown, W. Lamont (Boston). Portrait of Corot. 

2628. Cleaves, VV. P. (Springfield, Mass.) Chocorua Mountain and Lake. 

2629. Closson, W. B. (Lancaster, Mass.) Sheep Shearers. (After J. F. Millet.) 

2630. Cleaves, W. P. (Springfield, Mass.) Springfield, Mass. 

2631. Dana, Wjlliam J. (Brookline, Mass.) The Mill at Cleeve. (After J. 

Appleton Brown.) 

2632. Davis, Samuel P. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) Cat and Kittens at Play. (After 

Madame Henrietta Ronner.) 

2633. Closson, W. B. (Springfield, Mass.) The Mother. (After E. E. Sim- 

mons.) 

2634. Dana, William J. (Brookline, Mass.) Pine Woods in Canada. (After 

F. Hopkinson Smith.) 

SCREEN 5— WEST SIDE. 

2635. Lindsay, Albert M. (Philadelphia) A Chinese Restaurant. 

2636. Lindsay, Albert M. (Philadelphia) The Singing Shepherd. 

2637. Lyouns, H. F. W. (Boston) Nydia. 

2638. Evans, John W. (Brooklyn) Indian Horse Race. (After Frederick 

Remington.) 

2639. DerOrme, E. H. (New York) Canoeing in Florida. (After V. Perard.) 

2640. Sylvester, Harry E. (New York) St. Giles' Church. Lent by the Cen- 

tury Co., New York. 



UKitED STATES— Wood engravings. 131 

2641. Sylvester, Harry E. (New York) Twilight, Westminster Abbey, 

London. Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2642. Pcttit, F. A. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) Sandhills. 

2643. Evans, John W. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) Fallow Deer. (After B. Hook.) 

2644. Evans, John W. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) With Fate Against Them. 

2645. Lindsay, Albert M. (Philadelphia) Bowling. 

2646. Del'Orme, E. H. (New York) Cumnor Church, England. 

2647. Evans, John W. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) Moving the Fourth Cavalry. (After 

Frederick Remington.) 

2648. Lindsay, Albert M. (Philadelphia) The Coup. Block owned by Harper 

& Brothers, New York. 

2649. Lindsay, Albert M. (Philadelphia) The Departure to the Convent. 

Block owned by Harper & Brothers, New York. 

2650. Girsch, F. (Mount Vernon, N. Y.) Grandma's Toast. (After M. R. 

Dixon.) (Steel Engraving.) 

2651. Grosch, Oskar (Cincinnati). Women Knitting. Lent by Mr. G. Mein- 

shausen, Cincinnati. 

2652. Fillebrown, F. E. (Boston) The Pleiades. (After Elihu Vedder.) 

2653. Pettit, F. A. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) The Centaur. 

2654. Sylvester, Harry E. (New York) Westminster Abbey, London, Early 

Morning. Lent by the Century Co., New York. 

2655. Jangling, J. F. (Jersey City) The Queer Old Lady. 

2<^. Heinmann, Ernest (Fort Wadsworth, L. L, N. Y.). The Mermaid. 

(After F. S. Church.) 
26S7. Pettit, F. A. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) By the Black Sea. (After A. Parsons.) 
2^. Lindsay, Albert M. (Philadelphia) Yosemite Dame. Block owned by 

Harper & Brothers, New York. 
2659* Lindsay, Albert M. (Philadelphia) Presentation of a Circus to a 

Spanish Town. (After Galofre.) Block owned by Harper & 

Brothers, New York. 

2660. Lindsay, Albert M. (Philadelphia) A Relic of the Departed South. 

Block owned by Harper & Brothers, New York. 

2661. Lindsay, Albert M. (Philadelphia) An April Birthday at Sea. (After 

Rosina Emmett Sherwood.) Block owned by Harper & Brothers, 
New York. 

2662. Lyouns, H. F. W. (Boston) Lost in a Cypress Swamp. 

2663. Lyouns, H. F. W. (Boston) Solitude. 

2664. Lindsay, Albert M. (Philadelphia) The Golden Wedding. (After 

A. L. Frost.) Block owned by Harper & Brothers, New York. 

2665. Sylvester, Harry E. (New York) Ship in the Fog. 

ALCOVE 162— SCREEN 6— EAST SIDE.— STEEL ENGRAVINGS, ETC 

2666. Schlecht, Charles (New York). Love's Young Dream. (After Jennie 

Brownscombe.) (Steel engraving.) 

2667. Meinshausen, George (Cincinnati). The Life Boat. Lent by Mr. R. J. 

Witer & Ca, Cincinnati. 

2668. Schwarzburger, C. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) iCtna. (After Harry Fenn.) 

2669. Tietze, Richard G. (New York) Portrait of Elsie Leslie Lyde. 



ij^ \VORLD*S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP^T K — FINE ARTS. 

2670. Schladitz, E. (New York) Love Locked Out. (After Anna Lea 

Merritt.) 

2671. Scho£f, S. A. (Greenfield, Mass.) Portrait of Ralph Waldo Emerson. 

(After S. W. Rowse.) (Steel engraving.) 

2672. Miller, William (New York). Seven wood engravings in one frame: 

Sunset. (After George Inness.) Bohemienne. (After Franz Hals.) 
Etretat. (After George Inness.) Head. (After Rubens.) Kiss Me 
Quick. (After Munier.) Baby Mine. (After V. Tojetti.) Early 
Affection. (After V. Tojetti.) 

2673. Schlccht, Charles (New York). Eyes to the Blind. (After A. F. Bel- 

lows.) (Steel engraving.) 

2674. Schlecht, Charles (New York). Thoughts by the Sea. (After J. G. 

Brown.) (Steel engraving.) 

2675. Schoff, S. A. (Greenfield, Mass.) Marine View. (After M. F. H. De 

Haas.) (Steel engraving.) 

2676. Schladitz, E. (New York) Grandmother. Lent by Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 

2677. Sugden, Thomas D. (Flushing, L. L, N. Y.) The Drinking Place. 

2678. Pettit, F. A. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) Guyskill Mill. 

SCREEN 6— WEST SIDE. 

2679. Closson, W. B. (Lancaster, Mass.) Helen. (Mezzotint.) 

2680. Williams, George P. (Philadelphia) The Alderman. 

2681. Schoff, S. A. (Greenfield, Mass.) The Bathers. (After W. M. Hunt.) 

(Steel engraving). 

2682. Aitken, Peter (New York). On the Otumni Pass, Japan. (After A. 

Castaigne.) 

2683. Tietze, Richard G. (New York) Portrait of Abraham Lincoln and his 

Son. 

2684. Schlecht, Charles (New York). The Wish. (After Percy Moran.) (Steel 

engraving.) 

2685. Moran, Peter (Philadelphia). A Country Smithy. (Mezzotint.) 

2686. Reed, Charles H. (Philadelphia) "Sarah Crewe." Lent by the Cen- 

tury Co., New York. 

2687. Wickenden, Robert J. (New York) The Approach of Evening. (Orig- 

inal lithograph.) 

2688. Williams, George P. (Philadelphia) The Gladiators. 

2689. Girsch, F. (Mount Vernon, N. Y.) Bank Note Vignettes. (Steel en- 

gravings.) 

2690. Schlecht, Charles (New York). The Smoker. (After Leon Moran.) 

(Steel engraving.) 

2691. Tietze, Richard G. (New York) The Little Frenchmen at School. 

2692. Castaigne, A. (Baltimore) Portrait of Mile. Roumanille. (Charcoal 

drawing.) 

2693. Schwarzburger, C. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) On the River Thames, Ontario. 

(After F. Hopkinson Smith.) 

2694. Reed, Charles H. (Philadelphia) On the Lowest Step of a Deserted 

House, St. Pasquale. Lent by the Ladies* Home Journal, Philadelphia* 



UNITED STATES — ARCHITECTURE AND DECORATION. 1 33 



« 



Architecture and Decoration 

AS INCLUDED IN GROUPS 139 TO 145. 



GROUND FLOOR— NORTH, WEST AND SOUTH COURTS- 
NUMBERS 2695 TO 2751, INCLUSIVE. 

2695. Fosdick, J. William (New York.) Lady Godiva. Decorative Burnt- 

wood drawing (Pyrography.) (Hung on East wall of North court, near 
entrance to staircase at Northeast of the Rotunda.) 

2696. Kimball & Thompson, (New York.) Plaster Model of a Building for the 

Manhattan Life Insurance Company, New York. (Placed in front of 
pier at left of the entrance to the Rotunda from the West Court.) 

2697. Hunt, Richard M. (New York) Plaster Model of a part of the House 

of William K. Vanderbilt, New York. Lent by the Metropolitan 
Museum of Art, New York. (Placed in front of pier at right of the 
entrance to the Rotunda from the West Court.) 

PANEL OF ALCOVE 95, WEST COURT. 

DECORATION. 

2698. Thouron, Henry (Philadelphia). Jubilate. (Water color.) (Design for 

stained glass.) 

2699. Thonron, Henry (Philadelphia). The Lord's Prayer. (Water color.) 

(Design for mural decoration.) 

2700. Thotiron, Henry (Philadelphia). Constancy. -(Study for stained glass.) 

2701. Tifiany, Louis C. (New York) A Window. (Water color.) (Design for 

stained glass.) 

2702. Thouron, Henry (Philadelphia). I am the Life, the Light and the Way. 

(Water color.) (Design for stained glass.) 

2703. Thouron, Henry (Philadel;^hia). Designs for three figures in stained 

glass: Michael, The Advocate, Gabriel. 

2704. Thouron, Henry (Philadelphia). St. Luke and St. John. (Design for 

stained glass.) 

PASSAGE LEADING FROM WEST COURT TO SOUTH COURT. 

2705. Thouron, Henry (Philadelphia). Adoration, Praise, Thanksgiving, Love. 

(Water color.) (Designs for stained glass.) 

2706. Northrop, Agnes F. (Flushing, N. Y.) Window. (Design for stained 

glass.) 

2707. Becker, A. H. (St. Louis). Design for a Drawing-room Ceiling. (Water 

color.) 

2708. McDowell, Mary (Tiffany Glass Co., New York). Window. (Design 

for stained glass.) 

2709. Sperry, Edward Peck (Tiffany Glass Co.). Window for Mr. Pottey 

Palmer, (Water color.) (Design for stained glass.) 



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134 WORLD S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP T K — FINE ARTS. 

27x0. Fowler, Frank (New York). Panel for Three-Fold Screen. (Oil 

painting.) 
271X. Thouron, Henry (Philadelphia). An Evangelist. 

(Design for stained glass.) 
2713. Spcrry, Edward Peck (Tiflfany Glass Co., New York). Window. 

(Water color.) (Design for stained glass.) 

2713. Thouron, Henry (Philadelphia). St. John Chrysostom and St Basil, 

Doctors. (Design for stained glass.) 

2714. Thouron, Henry (Philadelphia). St. Barnabas, St Paul, St Peter and 

St. James the Greater. (Designs for stained glass.) 

2715. Bush-Brown, Mrs. M. Lesley (Newburg, N. Y.). Detail Fragment of 

Mural Decoration for a Music-Room. 

2716. Bush-Brown, Mrs. M. Lesley (Newburg, N. Y.). Scheme for the Mural 

Decoration for a Music-Room. 

2717. Thouron, Henry (Philadelphia). The Angeles. (Water color.) (De- 

sign for stained glass.) 

2718. Thouron, Henry (Philadelphia). The Prophets. (Study for mural 

decoration.) 

2719. Little, Brown & Moore (Boston). Design for Interior Decoration of a 

Dining-Room. (Water color, by G. P. Fernald.) 

2720. Everett, Herbert E. (Philadelphia) Design for a Theatre Curtain. 

(Water color.) 
272Z. Becker, A. H. (St Louis) Smoking-Room Ceiling Decoration. (Water 
color.) 

2722. Thouron, Henry (Philadelphia). The Evangelists. (Design for mural 

decoration.) 

2723. Price, F. L. & W. L. (Philadelphia) Sketch for Decoration of a Hall. 

(Water color.) 
2734. Bums, Charles M. (Philadelphia) Design for Choir Screen of MetaL 
(Water color.) 

2725. Thouron, Henry (Philadelphia). "I will Draw all Things to Myself.'* 

(Water color.) (Design for mural decoration.) 

2726. Thouron, Henry (Philadelphia). Moses and David. (Design for 

stained glass). 

PANEL— SOUTH COURT, AT ENTRANCE TO STAIRCASE AT SOUTH- 
WEST OF ROTUNDA. 

2727. Henri, Robert (Philadelphia). Study in Oil Colors for Mural Decora- 

tion. Church of the Evangelist, Philadelphia. 

2728. Henri, Robert (Philadelphia). Christ Entering Jerusalem. (Study for 

mural decoration, in oil colors.) 

2729. Tiffany, Louis C. (New York) Pieta. (Cartoon in charcoal.) Lent by 

the Tiffany Glass & Decorating Co., New York. 

STAIRCASE AT SOUTHWEST OF ROTUNDA— FIRST LANDING. 

2730. Reid, Robert (New York). "Textiles." Drawing of Figure for Decoration 

of Interior of Dome at South Entrance of Manufactures and Liben^l 
Arts Building, World's Columbian Exhibition. 



UNITED STATES— ARCHITECTURE AND DECORATION. 1 35 



J731. Reid, Robert (New York). "Metal." Drawing of Figure for Decoration 
of Interior of Dome at South Entrance of Manufactures and Liberal 
Arta Building, World's Columbian Exposition. 

STAIRCASE AT SOUTHWEST OF ROTUNDA— THIRD LANDING. 

2732. Rcid, Robert (New York). •'Ornament." Drawing of Figure for Decora- 

tion of Interior of Dome at South Entrance of Manufactures and 
Liberal Arts Building, World's Columbian Exposition. 

2733. Reid, Robert (New York). "Design." Drawing of Figure for Decoration 

of Interior of Dome at South Entrance of Manufactures and Liberal 
Arts Building, World's Columbian Exposition. 

SECOND FLOOR— TOP OF STAIRCASE, AT ENTRANCE TO WEST 

COURT. 

2734. Fowler, Frank (New York). Sketch for the Ceiling Decoration of the 

Ball-room in the Hotel Waldorf, New York. 
3735. Adler, SuUivaii & Ra^msey (St. Louis). Union Trust Company's Build- 
ing, St. Louis. (Pen drawing.) 

2736. Fowler, Frank (New York). Figure-Study for Cdiling, Hotel Wal- 

dorf, New York. 

2737. Fowler, Frank (New York). Figure-Study for Ceiling, Hotel Wal- 

dorf, New York, 

WALL BETWEEN ENTRANCES TO WEST AND SOUTH COURTS. 

2738. Fowler, Frank (New York), Figure-Study for Ceiling, Hotel Wal- 

dorf, New York. 
2739.- Fowler, Frank (New York). Figure-Study for Ceiling, Hotel Wal- 
dorf, New York. 

2740. Fowler, Frank (New York). Figure«Study for Ceiling, Hotel Wal- 

dorf, New York. 

2741. Smith, Joseph Lindon (Boston). Marble relief by Pietro Lombardo in 

Santa Maria dei Miracoli, Venice. (Water color.) 

2742. Price, Bruce (New York). Design for proposed Gas Industries Build- 

ing, World's Columbian Exposition. (Water color.) 

2743. Hewlett, J. M. (New York) Design for a Museum — Elevation. 

2744. Dempwolf, Reinhardt (York, Pa.) Detail of Restoration of Cornice of 

the Temple of the Sun, Rome. (Wash drawing.) 

2745. Lacy, Adin Benedict (Philadelphia). Design for Cover of the Year 

Book of the T. Square Club, Philadelphia. (Water color.) 

2746. Fowler, Frank (New York). Figure-Study for Ceiling, Hotel Waldorf. 

2747. Fowler, Frank (New York). Figure-Study for Ceiling, Hotel Waldorf, 

New York. 

WALL AT RIGHT OF ENTRANCE TO SOUTH COURT, 

2748. Fowler, Frank (New York). Figure-Study for Ceiling, Hotel Waldorf, 

New York. 
3749. Fowler Frank (New York). Figure-Study for Ceiling, Hotel Waldorf. 



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136 WORLD*S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP'T K — FINE ARTS. 

2750. Jackson, W. £. (Philadelphia) A Country House, Claymont, Del. (Pen 

drawing.) 
3751. Lawler, Joseph M. (Paris, France) Pencil Sketches of TraveL 

SOUTH COURT— NUMBERS 2752 TO 2773 INCLUSIVE. 
ALCOVE 143-AT SOUTH OF ENTRANCE FROM STAIRCASE. 

2752. Ittner, W. B. (St Louis) Study for a Stone Residence. (Water color. 

2753. Green & Wicks (Buffalo). House for Mrs. George V. Foreman, Buffalo. 

2754. Ittoer, William B. (St. Louis) Residence for Mrs. Ellen J. L. Chase. 

(Pen drawing.) 

2755. Griflfin & Randall (New York). Music Hall, Buffalo, N. Y.— Plan of 

Main Floor. 

2756. Griffin & Randall (New York). Music Hall, Buffalo, N. Y.— Plan of Gal- 

lery, 

2757. Griffin & Randall (New York). Music Hall. Buffalo. N. Y.— Plan of 

Long Section. 

2758. Griffin & Randall (New York). Music Hall,* Buffalo, N. Y.— Perspective. 

2759. Peabody, Sjtearns & Furber (St. Louis). Three Designs for a St. Louis 

Residence. (Drawings in water color.) 

2760. Adler, Sullivan & Ramdey (St Louis). St. Nicholas Hotel, St. Louis. 

(Pen drawing.) 

2761. Adler, Sullivan & Ramsey (St. Louis). Main Entrance to Union Trust 

Co.*s Building, St. Louis, Mo. (Pen drawing.) 

2762. Nattress, George (Philadelphia). Remains of King Ina's Palace, 

Somerset, England. (Water color.) 

2763. Eames & Young (St. Louis). House in Portland Place, St. Louis. 

(Water color, by Hughson Hawley.) 

2764. Gary & Trowbridge (Buffalo, N. Y.). Project for Erie County Savings 

Bank. 

PANEL 145— NORTH OF STAIRCASE ENTRANCE. 

2765. Herts, Henry B. (New York) Design for the Columbian Arch, New 

York. (Water color.) 

2766. McKim, Mead & White (New York). Perspective of Bates Hall, New 

Public Library Building, Boston. 

ON PIER OF ROTUNDA 146— PASSAGE FROM SOUTH COURT 

TO WEST COURT. 

2767. Lamb & Rich (New York). Berkeley School, New York City. (Photo.) 

2768. Lamb & Rich (New York). Germania Fire Insurance Building, New 

York City. (Photograph.) 

2769. Cram, Wentworth & Goodhue (Boston, Mass.). St. Paul's Church. 

Brockton. Mass. (Wash drawing.) 

2770. Cram, Wentworth & Goodhue (Boston, Mass.). All Saints Church, 

Dorchester, Mass, 



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UNITED STATES — ^ARCHITECTURE AND DECORATION. I37 

2771. Cram, Wentworth & Goodhue (Boston, Mass.). Accepted Design for 

St. Matthews Cathedral, Dallas, Texas. (Pen drawing.) 

2772. Clinton, Charles W. (New York) Front Elevation of Mutual Life 

Insurance Building, New York. (Pen drawing.) 

2773. Clinton, Charles W. (New York) Competitive Design for Grant Mon- 

ument (Elevation). (Wash drawing.) 

WEST COURT— NUMBERS 2774 TO 3002 INCLUSIVE. 
PANEL 147, EAST OF STAIRCASE ENTRANCE. 

2774. Price, F. L. & W. L. (Philadelphia) House for Mr. Monroe Smith. 

(Water color.) 

2775. Price, Bruce (New York). Perspective of Sun Building, New York. 

(Water color.) 

ALCOVE 149. 

2776. McKim, Mead & White (New York). New York State Building, 

World's Columbian Exposition. (Water color, by F. Hoppin.) 

2777. McKim, Mead & White (New York). West Point Monument. (Water 

color.) 

2778. McKim, Mead & White (New York). Metropolitan Club House, New 

York City. (Water color.) 

2779. McKim, Mead & White (New York). The Century Club Building. 

New York. (Photograph.) 

2780. McKim, Mead & White (New York). Century Club Building, New 

York. The Loggia. (Pen drawing.) Lent by Bates, Kimball & Guil4 
Boston. 

2781. McKim, Mead & White (New York). Arcade and Central Motif of 

the Madison Avenue Facade of Madison Square Garden, New York. 

2782. McKim, Mead & White (Boston). Gate at Harvard College, Cam- 

bridge, Mass. (Pen drawing.) 

2783. McKim, Mead & White (New York). Washington Memorial Arch, 

New York City. (Water color.) 

2784. McKim, Mead & White (New York) Bird's-eye View of Tower and 

Roof Garden, Madison Square Garden, New York City. (Water color. 
27^5. McKim, Mead & White (New York). Century Club Entrance, New 
York. (Pen drawing for the Architectural Review by P. G. Culbert- 
son.) Lent by Bates, Kimball & Guild, Boston. 

ALCOVE 150. 

2786. Rossiter & Wright (New York). Home for S. B. Howes, Brewsters, 

N. Y. 

2787. Hickman, Louis (Philadelphia). Balcony on a Domestic Structure. 

2788. Turner, Thornton Floyd (New York). Design for a Presidential Man- 

sion — Facade. (Water color.) 

2789. Huss, George Martin (New York). Sketch for Cathedijil of St John 

the Divine, New York. (Pen drawing by Clarence Luce.) 
3790. BUney, Dwight (Boston). The Arch of Titus, Rome. 



138 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP't K — FINE ARTS. 

2791. Hubs, George Martin (New York) Sketch for Cathedral of St John the 

Divine, New York. (Pen drawing by Clarence Luce.) 

2792. Nash & Plympton (Cincinnati). Cincinnati Crematory. (Water 

color.) 

2793. Rossiter & Wright (New York). The Emma S. Clark Memorial 

Library, Setauket, Long Island, 

2794. McKim, Mead & White (New York). The Tower of Madison Square 

Garden, New York. (Photograph.) 

2795. Turner, Thornton Floyd (New York). Design for a Presidential Man- 

sion—Section and Plan of Second Floor. 

2796. Turner, Thornton (New York). Design for a Presidential Mansion — 

Plan of First Floor. 

2797. Bare, H. Bloomfield (Philadelphia). Oak Altar Table, Seventeenth 

Century. 

2798. Price, Bruce (New York). Project for Sun Newspaper and Office 

Building, New York. (Water color.) 

2799. Wheelwright & Haven (Boston). Stable of W. F. Weld, Brookline 

Mass. (Water color.) 

2800. Wheelwright & Haven (Boston). House of S. D. Warren, Boston. 

(Water color.) 

2801. Wheelwright & Haven (Boston). Stable of W. F. Weld, Brookline, 

Mass. (Photograph.) 

2802. Wheelwright, Arthur W. (Boston) Suggestion for a School of Fine 

Arts for a University. 

2803. Walker & Kimball (Boston and Omaha). Residence at Lincoln, 

Nebraska. (Water color.) 

2804. Romeyn & Stever (New York). Hotel at North Augusta, South Caro- 

lina. (Wash drawing.) 

2805. Wheelwright, Arthur W. (Boston) For a Fine Arts Building — Plans 

of the First and Second Stories and a Section. 

2806. Wheelwright, Edmund March (Boston). Perspective View of New 

City Hall for Boston. (Pen drawing by Charles D. Maginnis.) 

2807. Wheelwright, Edmund March (Boston). Hospital for Contagious 

Diseases. (Pen drawing.) 

2808. Wheelwright, Edmund March (Boston). Design for Arcading the Old 

Stat*. House. (Pen drawing by Charles D. Maginnis.) 

2809. Munoz, A. C. (Philadelphia) Design for a Belfry. (Sepia drawing.) 

2810. Wheelwright & Haven (Boston). House of M. Odgen Jones, Wood's 

HoU, Mass. (Pen drawing.) 

2811. Wheelwright & Haven (Boston). Inn at Isleboro. (Photograph.) 

2812. Hickman, Louis (Philadelphia). Hardware for a Club House Door. 

2813. Wheelwright, Edmund March (Boston). Robert Gould, Shaw Gram- 

mar School, West Roxbury, Mass. (Pen drawing by Charles D. 
Maginnis.) 

2814. Wheelwright, Edmund March (Boston). New Police Station for 

BrigRton District, Boston. (Pen drawing by Charles D. Maginnis.) 

2815. Wheelwright, Edmund March (Boston). Primary School-house, Ja 

maica Plain, Boston. (Pen drawing by Charles D. Maginnis.) 



UNltED STATES — ARCHITECTURE AND t>BC6RATIOl^, I39 

2Bz6. Babb, Cook & Willard (New York). Competitive Design for Office 
Building at Newark, N. J. (Water color.) 

2817. Babb, Cook & Willard (New York). Office Building at Minneapolis, 

Minn. (Water color.) 

2818. Babb, Cook & Willard (New York). Office Building at St. Paul, Minn. 

(Water color.) 

2819. Little & OXonner (New York). Kenilworth; House for Mrs. S. M. 

Andrews, Greenwich, Conn. (Water color.) 

2820. Rotch & Tildcn (Boston). House in Washington, D. C. (Water color.) 
282Z. Rotch, Arthur (Boston). In the Alhambra. (Water color.) 

2622. Smith, Joseph Lindon (Boston). The Loggia, Ducal Palace, Venice. 
(Water color.) 

2823. Babb, Cook &, Willard (New York). Office Building ai Minneapolis — 

Court Showing Stairway. (Photograph.) 

2824. Babb, Cook & Willard (New York). Office Building at Minneapolis — 

Court. (Photograph.) 
Wood, William Halsey (Newark, N. J.). Design for Cathedral of St. 
John the Divine, selected as one of four in the final competition, 1891. 
(Pen drawing.) 

ALCOVE 16L 

Sturgis & Cabot (Boston). Mission Church of St. Augustine, Boston. 
(Water color.) 

2827. Stewardson, John (Philadelphia). Sketches in Pistoja. (Water color.) 

2828. CarrAre &. Hastings (New York). New York Mai/ and Express News- 

paper and Office building, Fulton Street Elevation. (Photograph.) 

2829. Babb, Cook & Willard (New York). Office Building at St. Paul— Por- 

tico. (Photograph.) 

2830. Dull, John (Philadelphia). Study for a Pulpit. 

2831. Carrdrc & Hastings (New York). Hotel Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine, 

Fla. — Elevation. (Water color.) 

2832. Carrdre & Hastings (New York). Hotel Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine, 

Fla. — Court. (Pen drawing.) 

2833. Babb, Cook & Willard (New York). New York Life Insurance Co."& 

Building, Montreal — Clock Tower. 

2834. McKim, Mead & White (New York). Details of Upper Part of Madi- 

son Square Garden Theater, New York. (Pen drawing for the 
Architectural Review t by Harold Magonigle.) 

2835. CarrArc & Hastings (New York). Design for Cathedral of St. John 

the Divine — Perspective. (Pen drawing.) 

2836 Carrdre & Hastings (New York). Design for Cathedral of St. John 

the Divine, Perspective — Longitudinal Section. (Pen drawing.) 

2837 Carr^rc & Hastings (New York). Hotel Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine, 

Fla. — Ground plans, including Cascade and M. E. Church. (Water 

color.) 
283S. CarrAre & Has.tings (New York). Hotel Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine. 

Fla. — Perspctive of Fronts. (Water color, by Robert Blum.) 
2839. Carrdre & Hastings (New York). Design for Cathedral of St. John 

the Divine, New York— Perspective— Ground plan. (Pen drawing.) 



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140 WORLD*S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP*T K — FINE ARTS. 

2840. Carrdre & Hastings (New York). Design for Cathedral of St. John the 

Divine, New York. Perspective — Main Elevation. 

2841. Carrdre & Hastings (New York). Proposed Auditorium Building, 

Baltimore, Md. — Plan of Main Floor. 

2842. Carrdre & Hastings (New York). Proposed Auditorium Building, 

Baltimore, Md. — Elevation on Mt. Royal Avenue. 

2843. McKim, Mead & White (New York). Pavilion and Colonnade, Madi- 

son Square Garden, New York. (Pen drawing made for the Archi- 
tectural Review by Harold Magonigle.) 

2844. Tubby, William B. (New York) Brooklyn Savings Bank. (Water 

color, by F. Hopkinson Smith.) 

2845. Tubby, William B. (New York) Premises of the Brooklyn Warehouse 

and Storage Co. (Water color, by R. Adams.) 

2846. Babb, Cook & Willard (New York). New York Life Insurance Com- 

pany's Building, Montreal. (Photograph.) 

2847. Wheelwright, Edmund March (Boston). Two Views of House for Mr. 

E. C. Stedman, New Castle, N. H. (Photograph.) 

2848. Cope & Stewardson( Philadelphia). Design for Proposed Building for 

the Pennsylvania Company for Insurance on Lives, Etc. (Water color.). 

2849. Cope & Stewardson (Philadelphia). Design for Proposed Building for 

the Pennsylvania Company for Insurance on Lives, Etc., No. 2. 
(Water color.) 

2850. Cope & Stewardson (Philadelphia). Design for Cathedral of St John 

the Divine, New York. (Pen drawing, by Arthur Truscott.) 

2851. Cope & Stewardson (Philadelphia). Design for Pennsylvania Railroad 

Station, Philadelphia. (Water color.) 

ALCOVE 152. 

2852. Berg & Clark (New York). Three Houses in Manhatten Square, 

North, New York. 

2853. Babb, Cook & Willard (New York). Competitive Design for Building 

to be Erected for Manhatten Life Insufance Co. (Water color.) 

2854. Shepley, Rutan & Coolidge (Boston and Chicago). Ames Building, 

Boston, Mass. (Water color.) 

2855. Hardenbergh, H. J. (New York) v Hotel Waldorf, New York. (Water 

color, by Hughson Hawley.) 
2B56. Eyre, Wilson, Jr. (Philadelphia) House at Southport, Long Island 
Sound. (Pen drawing.) 

2857. Kendall, Edward H. (New York) Seventeen Story Building. (Water 

color.) 

2858. Schweinfnrth, Julius A. (Boston, Mass.) Study for a V^illa. (Water 

color.) 

2859. Cary, George (Bufifalo). Proposed House for J. N. Scatchard, Buffalo, 

N.Y. (Water color.) 

2860. Evans, Alfred F. (Chicago) A Fountain to Commemorate the Dis- 

covery of America. 

2861. Little, Brown & Moore (Boston, Mass.). . Sketch for Front E/itrance 

to the Peabody Farm, (Pen drawing by G. P. Fernald.) 



UNITED STATES — ARCHITECTURE AND DECORATION. I4I 

Brown, A. Page (Saa Francisco). The California State Building, 
World's Columbian Exposition. (Water color.) 

Day, Frank Miles (Philadelphia). House for H. Cummings, at German- 
town, Pa. (Water color.) . 

2864. Sturgis 8l Cabot (Boston). Doorway, Rexleigh School, Salem, New 

York. 

2865. Boring, Tilton & Mellon (New York). Competitive Design for Brooklyn 

Savings Bank, Brooklyn, N. Y. (Perspective drawing in water color.) 

2866. Daus, R. L. (Brooklyn, N. Y.) Thirteenth Regiment Armory, Brook- 

lyn, N. Y. (Water color.) 
2667. Day, Frank Miles (Philadelphia). House of C. W. Bergner, at Ambler. 
(Water color.) 

2868. Schweinfarth, Julius A. (Boston) House in Roxbury, Mass., and 

Design for a House in Brookline, Mass. (Water color.) 

2869. Tubby, William B. (New York) Pratt Mausoleum, Glen Cove, Long 

Island. (Wash drawing.) 
287a Cnsack, William H. (Poughkeepsie, N. Y.) Design for Cathedral, Side 

Elevation. (Pen drawing.) 
2871. Hardenbergh, H. J., Walter C. Hunting and John C. Jacobson (New 

York). American Fine Arts Society's Building, West Fifty-seventh 

street. New York. (Pen drawing.) 
3872. Schweinfarth, Julius A. (Boston) Competitive Design for Building for 

the American Fine Arts Society, New York. (Water color.) 
2873. Cusack, William H. (Poughkeepsie, N. Y.) Design for a Cathedral, 

Front Elevation. (Pen drawing.) 
3874. . Stoughton, Arthur A. (New York) Loggia, Hotel d' Escoville, Caen. 

(Water color.) 

2875. Gregg, D. A. (Boston) Equitable Building, DesMoines, Iowa. (Pen 

drawing.) Lent by Andrews, Jacques & Rantoul, Boston. 

2876. Holabird & Roche (Chicago). Water Tower at Fort Sheridan, 111. 

(Water color by Paul Lautrop.) 

2877. Holabird & Roche (Chicago). Residence at Grand Rapids, Mich. 

(Water color by Paul Lautrop.) 

2878. Holabird & Roche (Chicago). Old Colony Building, Dearborn Street, 

Chicago. (Water color by Louis Rasmussen.) 

2879. Robertson, R. H. (New York) Design for a Country Hotel. (Water 

color by J. N. Hutchinson.) 

ALCOVE 153. 

2880. Hays, Frank A. (Philadelphia) Old Door, Clarkson Street, New York. 
288Z. Klauder, Charles Z. (Philadelphia) Balcony. 

2882. Warren, H. Langford (Boston). Entrance to House of S. A. Orr, Troy, 

N.Y. (Water color.) 

2883. Warren, H. Langford (Boston). House for C. E. Patterson, Troy, N. Y. 

— Main Entrance, (Photograph.) 

2884. Warren, H. Langford (Boston). Orphan Asylum. Infirmary at Troy, 

N.Y. (Water color.) 



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142 WORLD S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP T K — FINE ARTS. 

2885. Warren, H. Langford (Boston). Study for the Entrance of a House at 
Troy, N. Y. 

3886. Rixson, O. C. (Chicago) Design for a Suburban Residence — Longitu- 
dinal Section. 

2887. Hays, Frank A. (Philadelphia) Rear of the Hamilton House, Philadel- 

phia. (Pen drawing.) 

2888. Hays, Frank A. (Philadelphia) Sketch for a House. (Water color.) 

2889. Na8h& Plympton (Cincinnati). Residence of Mrs. C. A. Plympton, 

Cincinnati. (Water color.) Lent by Mr. Lucian F. Plympton, Cin- 
cinnati. 

2890. Flagg, Ernest (New York). Study for an Academy of the Fine Arts, 

New York — Section. (Water color.) 

2891. Warren, H. Langford (Boston). House for C. E. Patterson, Troy, N. Y. 

(Photograph.) 

2892. Bisseger, John J. (Philadelphia) Design for an Art Museum. 

2893. Klauder, Charles Z. (Philadelphia) Design for an Art Museum. 

2894. Hamlin, A. D. (New York) Design for Central Pavilion of a Palace. 

(Water color.) 

2895. Rizson, O. C. (Chicago) Design for a Suburban Residence — Front Ele- 

vation. 

2896. Codman, Stephen (Boston). Design for Boat Club House on proposed 

embankment on Charles River — Water'Front. 

2897. Codman, Stephen (Boston). Design for Boat Club House on proposed 

embankment on Charles River — Facade. (Water color.) 

2898. Codman, Stephen (Boston). Plans for a Boat House on Charles River. 

2899. Totten, George O., Jr. (New York) Design for a Small Museum. (Wa- 

ter color.) 

2900. Rixson, O. C. (Chicago) Design for a Suburban Residence — General 

Plan. 
290X. Rixson, O. C. (Chicago) Design for a Suburban Residence — Side Ele- 
vation. 

2902. Wells, Edmund B. (New York) Competitive Drawing for Proposed 

A. F. A. S. Building, Perspective of Front. (Water color.) 

2903. Bisegger, John J. (Philadelphia) A Choragic Monument, 

2904. Klauder, Charles Z. (Philadelphia) Front for a Club House 

2905. Klauder, Charles Z. (Philadelphia) A Choragic Monument. 

2906. LeBrun, N. & Sons (New York). Metropolitan Life Insurance Build- 

ing. (Water color by, Hughson Hawley.) 

2907. Kent, W. W. (New York) Study for a Country House. (Water color.) 

2908. Blaney, Dwight( Boston). The Cathedral at Chartres, France. (Water 

color.) 

2909. Peabody & Stearns (Boston). Nine Office Sketches. (Water colors.) 

2910. McKay, Henry S. (Boston) Design for Massachusetts State Library 

and Office Building. 
29ZZ. Ihnen, Henry S. (New York) Hoboken Quartette Club Hall. (Etch- 
ing.) 

29x2. Peabody & Stearns (Boston). South Porch of Machinery Hall, World's 
Columbian Exposition. (Water color ) 



UNITED STATES — ARCHITECTURE AND DECORATION. I43 

29x3. Fraenkel & Schmidt (Chicago). A Mountain Home. (Water color, by 

T. C. Fraenkel.) 
29x4. Klauder, Charles Z. (Philadelphia) Madison Square Garden. (Pencil 

sketch.) 

ALCOVE 154. 

3915. Gregg, D. A. (Boston) The Equitable Building, Denver, Col. (Pen 

drawing.) Lent by Andrews, Jacques & Rantoul, Boston. 
39x6. Walker & Kimball (Boston and Omaha). Public Library, Omaha, Neb. 

— Main Facade. 
2917. Gibson, R. W. (New York) Competitive Design for the Cathedral of 

St. John the Divine, New York. (Pen drawing.)- 
39x8. Cope & Stewardson (Philadelphia). Denbigh Hall, Bryn Mawr Col- 
lege, Pa. (Pen drawing.) 
39x9. Hays, Frank A. (Philadelphia) Entrance to St. Joseph's Church. 

Philadelphia. (In the Court Yard, Willing's Alley.) (Pen drawing.) 
Andrews, Robert D. (Boston) Unexecuted Design for a House for J. 

Montgomery Sears, Southboro, Mass. (Wash drawing.) Lent by 

Andrews, Jacques & Rantoul, Boston. 
Walker & Kimball (Boston). Main Facade of the Omaha Telephone 

Exchange. (Pen drawing.) 
Green & Wicks (Buffalo, N. Y.) Bank of Commerce, Buffalo, N. Y. 

(Wash drawing.) 
Green & Wicks (Buffalo, N. Y.) House for Mrs. C. H. Strong, Erie, 

Pa. (Wash drawing.) 
Parfitt Brothers (Brooklyn, N. Y.) Competitive Design for the Cathe* 

dral of St. John the Divine, New York. (Water color.) 
Gilbert & Taylor (St. Paul, Minn.). Endicott Building— Entrance 

Hall, three views. (Photographs.) 
Warren, H. Langford (Boston, Mass.). House for C. E. Patterson, 

Troy, N. Y. — Private Entrance. (Photograph.) 
3937. Brwmer & Tryon (New York). Main Entrance, Temple Beth-el, New 

York. (Pen drawing.) 
Longfellow, Alden & Harlow (Boston, Mass.). City Hall, Cambridge, 

Mass. (Photograph.) 
Green & Wicks (Buffalo, N. Y.). Market Arcade, Buffalo. 

3930. Walker & Kimball (Boston and Omaha). Public Library, Omaha. 

Perspective View. (Water color.) 

3931. Jamieson, James P. (Philadelphia) Club Front, Italian Renaissance. 

(Pen drawing.) 
3933. Aldrich, Chester Holmes (New York). Well — S. Pietro in Vinculis. 
(Water color.) 

3933. Tuthill, William B. (New York) Portico at Woodlawn Cemetery, New 

York. (Pen drawing.) 

3934. Ripley, H. G. (Melrose, Mass.) Proposed Buildings for Colorado 

College, Colorado Springs, Col., Lent by Andrews, Jacques & 
Rantoul, Boston.) ' 

3935. Shepley, Rutan & Coolidge (Boston, Mass.). The Art Institute of 

Chicago. 



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144 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP't K — FINE ARTS, 

2936. Winslow & Wetherell (Boston, Mass.). Edison Electric Co.!s Build- 

ing, Boston. (Pen drawing.) 

2937. Gilbert & Taylor (St. Paul, Minn.). Cottage on Manitou Island, 

Minn. (Pen drawing.) 

293$. Gilbert & Taylor (St. Paul, Minn.). Three Interior Views, Endicott 
Arcade, St. Paul, Minn. (Photographs.) 

2939. Cope, Walter (Philadelphia). Four Pencil Sketches — (1) Church of 

St. Gilles, near Aries, France; (2) Mount St. Michael; (8) Venice; (4) 
Old Bridge at Verona. 

2940. Winslow & Wetherell (Boston). Portland Railway Station. (Pen 

drawing.) 
294Z. Nattress, George (Philadelphia). Drawing of the Interior of Brompton 
Oratory, England. (Water color.) 

2942. Jamieson, James P. (Philadelphia) Doorway and Window, Spanish Re- 

naissance. (Pencil drawing.) 

2943. Winslow & Wetherell (Boston, Mass.) Shreve, Crump & Low Building. 

2944. Bnmner 8l Tryon (New York). Buildings to be erected for W. F. 

Havemeyer. 

2945. Tuthill, William Burnett (New York). Entrance to the Carnegie 

Music Hall, New York. (Photograph.) 

2946. Price, W. L. (Philadelphia) Sketch of a Church Tower near Pontoise, 

France. (Water color.) 

2947. Green & Wicks (Buffalo, N. Y.). House for Mrs. C. H. Strong, Erie, 

Pa. —Dining-room. (Water color.) 

2948. Tuthili, William B. (New York) Design for the Fourth Presbyterian 

Church, New York. (Pen drawing, by Waldemar R. Storck.) 

2949. Parfitti Brothers (Brooklyn, N. Y.). St. Augustine's Roman Catholic 

Church, Brooklyn. (Water color, by Hughson Hawley.) 

2950. Kent, W. W. (New York) Land View of House for Charles Sooy 

Smith, Green's Farms, Conn. (Pen drawing, by W. A. Hewlett) 

2951. Kent, W. W. (New York) House at Lawrence Park, Bronx ville, N. Y. 

2952. Walker, & Kimball (Boston and Omaha). McCague Building, Omaha, 

Neb. (Water color.) 

2953. Brunner & Tryon (New York). Sahlein Building, New York. (Water 

color.) 

2954. Tuthill, William B. (Adler & Sullivai>, Associate Architects, New 

York) Music Hall, New York; founded by Andrew Carnegie. (Pen 
drawing.) 

2955. Brunner & Tryon (New York). Shrine for the Temple Beth-el, New 

York. (Water color.) 

2956. Kent, W. W. (New York) Summer Residence of John G. Moore, Grind- 

stone Neck, Winter Harbor, Maine. (Pen drawing.) 

ALCOVE 155. 

2957. Newton, George F. (Boston) Maison de la Voute, Angers, France. 

(Three frames hinged together.) 

2958. Boring, Til ton & Mellen (New York). Competitive Drawing for the 

Carnegie Library, Pittsburg, Pa. (Pen drawing.) 



tJNITED STATES — ARCHITECTURE AND DECORATION. 14$ 

3959. Walker ft Kim1>all (Boston and Omaha). Presbyterian Church, 

Omaha, Neb. (Water'^color.) 

3960. Truscott, Arthur (Philadelphia). Front for an Office Building. (Pen 

drawing.) 

3961. Walker & Kimball (Boston and Omaha). Mt. Vernon Church, Boston. 

(Water color.) 

9962. Tmscott, Arthur (Philadelphia). A Memorial Tower. (Pen drawing.) 

2963. Eyre, Wilson, Jr. (Philadelphia) House on Locust St, Philadelphia. 
(Pen drawing.) 

^964. Walker ft Kimball (Boston and Omaha). Design for a Church. (Pen 
drawing.) 

2g6s. Hays, Frank A. (Philadelphia) Sketch for a House near Upsal, Phila- 
delphia. (Water color.) 

3966. Longfellow, Alden & Harlow (Boston, Mass). House at Cambridge, 
Mass. (Photograph.) Lent by £. H. Abbott, Cambridge, Mass. 

2967. Aldrich, Chester Holmes (New York). Tomb — Museo Madonna di 

Gagini. 

2968. Gilbert ft Taylor (St, Paul, Minn.). Endicott Arcade— Two views 

showing construction, (photographs.) 

2969. Walker & Kimball (Boston and Omaha). House at Montclair, N. J. 

(Water color.) 

2970. Cope & Stewardson (Philadelphia). Houee at Overbrook, Pa. (Pen 

drawing.) 

2971. Eyre, Wilson, Jr. (Philadelphia) House at South Bethlehem, Pa. 

2972. Van Pelt, John V. (Paris, France) Design for a Structure on an Island 

in a Park. (L) (Water color.) 

2973. Ash, Percy (Philadelphia). Memorial Chapel on a Rocky Coast. 

(Water color.) 

2974. Long^fellow, Alden & Harlow (Boston, Mass.). First Floor Plan of 

Carnegie Library and Music Hall, Pittsburg. (Photograph.) 

2975. Longfellow, Alden ft Harlow (Boston, Mass.) Second Floor Plan of 

Carnegie Library and Music Hall, Pittsburg. 

2976. Price, F. L. ft W. L. (Philadelphia) Sketch for Stable for Hon. Alan 

Wood, Jr. (Pen drawing.) 

2977. Gilbert, & Taylor (St. Paul, Minn.). Facade of Endicott Building, St 

Paul, Minn. (Photograph.) 

2978. Eyre, Wilson, Jr. (Philadelphia) Kebo Valley Club House, Bar Harbor, 

Me. 

2979. Long^fellow, Alden & Harlow (Boston, Mass.). Carnegie Library and 

Music Hall, Pittsburg. (Photograph.) 
3980. Longfellow, Alden ft Harlow (Boston, Mass.). Carnegie Library and 
Music Hall, Pittsburg. (Photograph.) 

2981. Van Pelt, John V. (Paris, France) Composition, Italian Renaissance. 

Design for a Structure on an Island in a Park. (Water color.) 

2982. Van Pelt, John V. (Paris, France) Design for a Structure on an Island 

in a Park. (2.) (Water color.) 

2983. Warren, H. Langford (Boston, Mass.). Design '^x Troy Orphan 

Asylum. (Pen drawing.) 
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146 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP't K — FINE ARTS. 

2984. Warden, H. Langford (Boston, Mass.). North View of Troy Orphan 

Asylum. (Water color.) 
3985. Gilbert & Taylor (St. Paul, Minii.). Eatrance to Endicott Building, St 

Paul, Minn. (Photograph.) 

2986. Warren, H. Langford (Boston, Mass.). Study for Conservatory of 

Music, Troy Female Seminary. (Water color.) 

2987. Sturg^s & Cabot (Boston, Mass.). Rexleigh School, Salem, New York. 

(Pen drawing.) 

2988. Gilbert & Taylor (St. Paul, Minn.). The Little Stone Church at the 

Foot of the Hill, St. Paul, Minn. (Pen drawing.) 

2989. Boggiy Edward T. (Pittsburg) Design for a Choragic Monument. 

2990. Warren, H. Langford (Boston, Mass.). Plan of First Floor, Troy 

(N. Y.) Orphan Asylum. 

2991. Winslow 8l Wetherell (Boston, Mass.). Residence of E. D. Jordan, 

Jr., Brookline, Mass. 

2992. Price, Bruce (New York). Residence of Addison Cammack, Tuxedo, 

N. Y. (Water color.) 

2993. Eyre, Wilson, Jr. (Philadelphia) Study for a Country House. (Water 

color.) 

2994. Price, F. L. & W. L. (Philadelphia) Sketch for a Library at Wayne, 

Pa. (Water color.) 

2995. Stone, Carpenter & WiUson (Providence, R. I). Rhode Island State 

Building, World*s Columbian Exposition. 

2996. Tniscott, Arthur (Philadelphia). Balcony on a Domestic Structure. 

(Pen drawing.) 

2997. Gilbert & Taylor (St. Paul, Minn.). Endicott Building, St. Paul— Bal- 

cony. (Photograph.) 

2998. Ash, Percy (Philadelphia). Study for a Country House. (Water 

color.) 

2999. Longfellow, Alden & Harlow (Boston, Mass.). Carnegie Office Build- 

ing, Pittsburg, Pa. (Photograph.) Lent by Carnegie, Phipps & Co. 

3000. Welsh, Alexander M. Staircase in the Chateau of Blois, France. (Pen 

drawing.) 
500Z. Cooke, James H. (Philadelphia) Memorial Chapel on a Rocky Coast 

(Pen drawing.) 
3002. Cope ft Stewardson (Philadelphia). House at Merion, Pa. (Water 

color.) 



UNITED STATES— PEiVAXfi COLLECTIONS* 147 



Group 146— Exhibits. From Pri- 
vate Collections. 



LOAN COLLECTION OF FOREIGN WORKS FROM PRIVATE 

GALLERIES IN THE UNITED STATES. 



GALLERY 40-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 3003 TO 3026, INCLUSIVE. 

WEST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER. 

5003. Fortuny, Mariano, 1838-1874 (Spain). Beach at Portici, Italy. Lent 

by Mrs. Presc6tt Hall Butler, New York. 
3304. Pissarro, Camille (Paris, France). The Village. Lent by Mr. Potter 

Palmer, Chicago. 

3005. Monet, Claude (Paris, France). Dawn on the Coast of the North Sea. 

Lent by Mr. Albert Spencer, New York. 

3006. Degas (Paris, France). The Dancing Lesson. Lent by Mr. Alexander 

J. <Sassatt, Philadelphia. 

3007. Cazin, Jean-Charles (Paris, France). The Expulsion from Paradise. 

Lent by Mr. Potter Palmer, Chicago. 

3008. Puvis dc Chavannes, Pierre (Paris, France). Summer. Lent by Mr. 

J. H. Wade, Cleveland. 

3009. Monet, Claude (Paris, France). Morning Fog. Lent by Mr. Albert 

Spencer, New York. 

3010. Roffaelli, Jean-FranQois (Paris, France). The Absinthe Drinkers. 

Lent by Mr. Potter Palmer, Chicago. 
301X. Uhde, Fritz von (Munich, Bavaria). A Sewing Bee in Holland. Lent 

Mr. L. Crist Delmonico, New York. 
30x2. Pissarro, Camille (Paris, France). Summer. Lent by Mr. Frank 

Thomson, Philadelphia. 

NORTH WALL. 

30x3. Michetti, Francesco Paolo (Naples, Italy). Springtime and Love. 

Lent by Mr. Albert A. Munger, Chicago. 
30x4. Monet, Claude (Paris, France). Harbor of Havre. Lent by Mr. Frank 

Thomson, Philadelphia. 
30x5. Degas (Paris, France). Race Horses, Lent by Mr. Albert Spencer, 

New York, • 



148 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP't K — FINE ARTS. 

30x6. Zorn, Anders L. (Stockholm, Sweden) Interior of a Brewery in Stock- 

ht)lm. Lent by Mr. Potter Palmer, Chicago. 
3017. Rafia^lli, Jean-Francois (Paris, France). On the Coast. Lent by Mr. 

Potter Palmer, Chicago. 
30x8, Besnard, Paul-Albert (Paris, France). Head. Lent by Mr. Potter 

Palmer, Chicago. 
30x9. Helleu, (Paris, France). Interior of Saint Denis Cathedral, showing 

effect of light through Stained Glass Windows. Lent by Mrs. John 

L. Gardner, Boston. 
3020. Pissarro, Camille (Paris, France). Spring. Lent by Mr. Alexander J. 

Cassatt, Philadelphia. 
302X. Monet, Claude (Paris, France). Snow Scene. Lent by Mr. Alexander 

J. Cassatt, Philadelphia. 

3022. RafiiaiSlli, Jean-Francois (Paris, France). Place de la Trinity, Paris. 

Lent by Mr. Potter Palmer, Chicago. 

3023. Puvis-de-Chavannes, Pierre (Paris, France). Autumn. Lent by Mr. 

Martin A. Ryerson, Chicago. 

3024. Renoir, A. (Paris, France) In the Garden. Lent by Mr. Albert Spen- 

cor, New. York. 

3025. Sisley, Alfred (Paris, France). Village Street, Moret, France. Lent 

by Mr. Potter Palmer, Chicago. 

3026. Bastien-Lepage, Jules (1848-1885, France). 'Revery. Lent by Mr. 

Potter Palmer, Chicago. 



UNITED STATES — PRIVATE COLLECTIONS. 14$ 



GALLERY 41-OIL PAINTINGS. 



NUMBERS 3027 TO 3084, INCLUSIVE. 



SOUTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE WEST SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 40. 

3027. Rousseau, Theodore (1812-1867, France). A Lone Tree— Autumn. 

Lent by Mr. Frank Hill Smith, New York. 

3028. G^ricault, J. L. A., Theodore (1791-1824, France). Study of a Cuirassier. 

Lent by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 

3029. Troyon, Constant (1810-1865, France). The Surf. Lent by Mr. Gari 

Melchers. 

3030. Lefebvre, Jules- Joseph (Paris, France). La Cigale. Lent by the St 

Louis Museum of Fine Arts. 

3031. Mauve, Anton (1838-1888, Holland). The Flock. Lent by Mr. Joseph 

Jefferson, New York. 

WEST WALL. 

3032. Van Beers, Jan (Brussels, Belgium). "You Are Welcome." Lent by 

Mr. Charles T. Yerkes, Chicago. 

3033. Bonington, Richard P. (1801-1828, England) Landscape. Lent by Mn 

R. Hall McCormick, Chicago. 

3034. Cazin, Jean-Charles (Paris, France). Midnight Moonlight, Abbeville 

France. Lent by Mr. Charles T. Yerkes, Chicago. 

3035. Israels, Josef (The Hague, Holland). A Frugal Meal. Lent by Mr. 

Charles T. Yerkes, Chicago. 

3036. Knaus, Ludwig (Berlin, Germany). A Country Festival. Lent by Mr. 

Charles T. Yerkes, Chicago. 

3037. Alma-Tadema, Laurens (London, England). A Reading from Homer. 

Lent by Mr. Henry G. Marquand, New York. 

3038. Leys, Baron Hendrik (1815-1886, Belgium). The Book Stall. Lent by 

Mr. Charles T. Yerkes, Chicago. 

3039. Dupr6, Jules (1812-1889, France). At Sea. Lent by Mr. Charles T. 

Yerkes, Chicago. 

3040. Corot, Jean-Baptiste-Camille (1796-1875, France). The Path to the Vil- 

lage. Lent by Mr. Charles T. Yerkes, Chicago. 

304X. Meissonier, Jean-Louis-Ernest (1813-1891, France). The Reconnais- 
sance. Lent by Mr. Charles T. Yerkes, Chicago. 

3(^2. Isabey, Eugene (1804-1886, France). A F€te at the Hotel de Rambouil- 
let. Lent by Mr. Samuel M. Nickerson, Chicago. 

3043. Couture, Thomas (1815-1879, France). Portrait of Madame Couture. 
Lent by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 



ISO WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP't K — FINE ARTS. 

3044. Troyon, Constant (1810-1865, France). A Drove of Cattle and Sheep. 

Lent by Mr. Cornelius Vanderbilt, New York. 

3045. Detaille, Edouard (Paris, France): Flag of Truce. Lent by Mr. E. 

Burgess Warren, Philadelphia. 

3046. Michel, Georges (1743-1833, France). The Plain of Montmartre, Pans. 

Lent by Mr. William H. Fuller, New York. 

3047. Breton, Jules- Adolphe (Paris). The Song of the Lark. Lent by Mrs. 

Henry Field, Chicago. 

3048. Corot, Jean-Baptiste-Camille (1796-1875, France). Evening. Lent 

from the collection of the late Mr. Jay Gould, New York. 

3049. Maris, Jakob (The Hague, Holland). Canal in Holland. Lent by Mr. 

John G. Johnson, Philadelphia. 

3050. Constable, John (1776-1837, England). Weymouth Bay. Lent by Mr. 

William H. Fuller, New York. 

3051. Troyon, Constant (1810-1865, France). Going Home. Lent by Mrs. 

Henry Field, Chicago. 

3052. Dupr6, Jules (1812-1889, France). The Open Sea. Lent by Mr. Will- 

iam H. Fuller, New York. 

3053. Lhermitte, Leon-Auguste (Paris, France). Washerwomen on the Banks 

of the Mame. Lent by Mr. E. Burgess Warren, Philadelphia. 

NORTH WALL. 

3054. Dagnan-Bouverct, Pascal-Adolph-Jean (Paris, France). Brittany Peas- 

ant Girl. Lent by Mr. J. H. Wade, Cleveland. 

3055. Rousseau, Theodore (1812-1867, France). Near Barbizon. Lent by 

Dr. Henry C. Angell, Boston. 

3056. Breton, Jules-Adolphe (Paris, France). Colza Gatherers. Lent by Mr. 

Collis P. Huntington, New York. 

3057. Manet, Edouard (1833-1883, France). The Dead Toreador. Lent by 

Mr. James S. Inglis, New Yoilc. 

3058. Millet, Jean Francois (1814-1875, France). After the Bath. Lent by 

Mr. Alfred Corning Qark, New York. 

3059. Corot, Jean-Baptiste-Camille (1796-1875, France). The Inn. Lent by 

Mr. Martin A. Ryerson, Chicago. 

3060. Millet, Jean Francois (1814-1875, France). Shepherdess. Lent by the 

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 

3061. Manet, Edouard (1833-1883, France). A Marine. Lent by Mr. Alex- 

ander J. Cassatt, Philadelphia. 

3062. Delacroix, Ferdinand-Victor-Eugene (1798-1863, France). Christ at 

the Tomb. Lent by Mr. Alfred Corning Clark, New York. 

3063. Millet, Jean Frangois (1814-1875, France). Peasants Carrying a New- 

born Calf. Lent by Mrs. Henry Field, Chicago. 

3064. Cazin, Jean-Charles (Paris, France). Elsinore, the Home of Hamlet. 

Lent by Mr, Potter Palmer, Chicago. 

3065. Regnault, Henri (1843-1871, France). In the Pyrenees. Lent by Mr. 

John G. Johnson, Philadelphia, 

3066. Ribot, Th^odule-Augustin (1823-1891, France). The Young Politician. 

Lent by Mr. John T. Davis, St. Louis. 



UNITED STATES— PRIVATE COLLECTIONS. I5I 

EAST WALL. 

3067. Bonheur, Mile. Rosa (Paris^ France). A Pastoral. Lent from the col- 

lection, of the late Mr. Jay Gould, New York. 

3068. Dasnan-Bouveret, Pascal-Adolphe-Jean (Paris, France). La Bernoise. 

Lent by Mr. John G. Johnson, Philadelphia. 

3069. Knaiis, Ludwig (Berlin, Germany). The Potato Harvest. Lent by 

Mrs. Henry Field, Chicago. 

3070. Manet, Edouard (1833-1883, France). A Marine. Lent by Mr. Frank 

Thomson, Philadelphia. 

3071. Millet, Jean Francois (1814-1875, France). The Sheep Shearers. Lent 

by Mr. Peter C. Brooks, Boston. 

3072. Bastien-Lepas:e, Jules (1848-1885, France). The Thames. Lent by Mr. 

John G. Johnson, Philadelphia. 

3073. Swan, John M. (London, England) The Approaching Combat. Lent 

by Mr. John G. Johnson, Philadelphia. 

3074. Corot, Jean-Baptiste-Camille (1796-1875, France). The Shrimp Fisher. 

Lent by Mr. Potter Palmer, Chicago. 

3075. Corot, Jean-Baptiste-Camille (1796-1875, France). Environs of Ville 

d'Avray, France. Lent by Mr. Charles T. Yerkes, Chicago. 

3076. Delacroix, Ferdinand-Victor-Eugfene (1798-1863, France). Turks Ab- 

ducting a Girl. Lent by Mr. William H. Crocker, San Francisco. 

3077. Thompson, Harry (Paris, France). The Shepherdess. Lent by the 
St. Louis Museum of Fine Arts. 

Rousseau, Theodore (1812-1867, France). Landscape in Berri, France. 
Lent by Mr. Charles T. Yerkes, Chicago. 

3079. MUlet, Jean Frangois (1814-1875, France). The Pig Killers. Lent by 

Mr. Charles T. Yerkes, Chicago. 

3080. Daubigny, Charles-Francois (1817-1878, France). Banks of the Oise, 

Auvers-Sur-Oise, France. Lent by Mr. Charles T. Yerkes, Chicago. 

3081. Meissonijr, Jean-Lou is- Ernest (1813-1891, France). View near Poissy. 

Lent by Mr. John G. Johnson, Philadelphia. 

3082. Corot, Jean-Bapiste-Camille (1796-1875, France). Dance of the 

Nymphs. Lent by Mr. William .H. Crocker, San Francisco. 

SOUTH WALL. 

3083. Ncuvillc, Alphonse-Marie de (1836-1887. France). The Spy. Lent by 

Mr. Collis P. Huntington, New York. 

3084. Fantin-Latour, Henri (Paris). Vision oi Tannhaeuser. Lent by Mr. J. 

H. Wade, Cleveland. 






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GALLERY 42.— OIL PAINTINGS. 



NUMBERS 3085 TO 312-r, INCLUSIVE. 

SOUTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE WEST SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 4L 

joSS- Delacroix, Ferdinand- Victor-Eug^ne (1708-1863, France). Tiger 
Quenching his Thirst. Lent by Mr. Alfred Corning Clark, New 
York. 

3086. Millet, Jean-FranQois (1814-1875, France). The Haymaker. Lent 

by Mrs. Alfred Coming Clark, New York. 

3087. Watts, George Frederick (London, England). Portrait of Joachim — 

Candle-light Effect. Lent by Mr. Charles L. Hutchinson, Chicago. 

3088. Millet, Jean Francois (1814-1875, France). The Man with the Hoe. 

Lent by Mr. William H. Crocker, San Francisco. 
5089. Swan, John M. (London, England) Two Tigers. Lent by Mr. Jt)hn 
G. Johnson, Philadelphia. 

3090. Corot, Jean-Baptiste-Camille (1795-1875, France). Old Man Seated on 

Corot's Trunk in the Artist's Chamber in Rome. Lent by Dr. Henry 

C. Angell, Boston. 

WEST WALL. 

3091. Morland, George (1763-1804, England). Contentment. Lent by Mr. 

R. Hall McCormick, Chicago. 

3092. Dupr6, Jules (1812-1889, France). The Pool. Lent by Mr. E. Burgess 

Warren, Philadelphia. 

3093. Fromentiu, Eugene (1820-1876, France). The Falconer. Lent by Mr. 

D. W. Powers, Rochester. 

3094. Fran^ais, Francois-Louis (Paris, France). Sun Breaking Through the 

Mist. Lent by Mr. William Buchanan, New York. 
3995. Carolus-Dnran, Emile-Auguste (Paris, France). Portrait of Madame 
Modjeska. Lent by the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 
Philadelphia. 

3096. Daubigny, Charles-Francois (1817-1878, France). The Cooper's Shop. 

Lent by Mr. Francis Bartlett, Boston. 

3097. Fromentin, Eugfene 1820-1875, France). Women of Sahara. Lent by 

Mrs. Henry Field, Chicago. 

3098. Tassaert, Nicolas-Frangois-Octave (1800-1874, France). Saint Hilarion. 

Lent by Mr. Potter Palmer, Chicago. 

3099. Michel, Georges (1733-1843, France). The Horseman. Lent by Mr. 

William H. Fuller, New York. 
3x00. Constable, John (1776-1837, England). The Lock. Lent by Mrs. Henry 
Field, Chicago. 



UNITED STATES — PRIVATE COLLECTIONS. 1 53 

NORTH WALL. 

3Z0Z. Bonheur, Mile. Rosa (Paris, FraDce). Sheep. Lent by Gen. Russell 
A. Alger, Detroit. 

3102. Monticelli, Adolphe (1824-1886, France), Nymphs Bathing. Lent by 

Dr. Henry C. Angell, Boston. 

3103. Diaz de la Pefia, Narcisse-Virgile (1808-1876, France). The Descent 

of the Bohemians. Lent by Mrs. S. D. Warren, Boston. 
3x04. G6r6me, Jean-L6on (Paris, France). L*Eminence Grise. Lent by Mrs. 
S. D. Warren, Boston. 

3105. Corot, Jean-Baptiste-Camille (1796-1875, France). Orpheus. Lent by 

Mr. Potter Palmer, Chicago. (Painted in 1863.) 

3106. G6rome, Jean-L6on (Paris, France). Le Montreur de Serpents. Lent 

by Mr. Alfred Corning Clark, New York. 
3x07. Corot, Jean-Baptiste-Camille (1796-1875, France). Landscape. Lent 

by Mr. Gardiner G. Hubbard, Washington, D. C. 
3x08. Daubigny, Charles-Francois (1817-1878, France). Coast near Dieppe. 

Lent by Mr. Alfred Corning Clark, New York. 
3x09. Ingres, Jean-Auguste-Dominique (1780-1867, France). The Cardinal 

Bibbiena Introducing Raphael and his Niece. Lent by Mrs. S. D. 

Warren, Boston. 

EAST WALL. 

3XX0. Corot, Jean-Baptiste-Camille (1796-1875, France). Evening. Lent by 

Mr. Alfred Corning Clark, New York. 
3XXI. Greuze, Jean-Baptiste (1725-1805, France). The Pouting Child. Lent 

by Mr. Martin A. Ryerson, Chicago. 
3XX2. Diaz de la Pena, Narcisse-Virgile (1808-1876, France). Turkish 

Women. Lent by Mr. D. M. Ferry, Detroit. 
31x3. Cazin, Jean-Charles (Paris). The Flight into Egypt. Lent by Mr. Pot- 
ter Palmer, Chicago. 
3XX4, Corot, Jean-Baptiste-Camille (1796-1875, France). The Flight from 

Sodom. Lent by Mr. Henry O. Havemeyer, New York. 
31x5. Courbet, Gustave (1819-1877, France). Dogs and Hare. Lent by 

Mr. Henry O. Havemeyer, New York. 
31x6. Swan, John M. (London, England) Lioness and Cubs. Lent by Mr. 

William L. Elkins, Philadelphia. 
31x7. Diaz de la Pexia, Narcisse-Virgile (1808-1876, France). La Danse des 

Alm6es. Lent by Mr. John G. Johnson, Philadelphia. 
3xx8. Constable, John (1776-1837, England). Shepherd and Flock— Dedham 

Church in the Distance, Lent by Mr. R. Hall McCormick, Chicago. 
3XX9. Corot, Jean-Baptist-Camille (1796-1875, France). Landscape. Lent by 

Mr. Potter Palmer, Chicago. 

NORTH WALL. 

3x20. CaroluB-Duran, Emile-Auguste (Paris, France). An Odalisque. Lent 

by Mr. William Buchanan, New York. 
3X2X. Troyon, Constant (1810-1865, France). White Cow and Sheep. Lent 

by Mr. Julius Stroh, Detroit* 



154 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP'T K — FINE ARTS. 

3X22. Ronssean, Theodore (1812-1867, France). View on the Seine. Lent 
from the collection of the late Mr. Jay Gould, New York. 

3x23. Decamps, Alexandre-Gabriel (1803-1860, France). An Oriental Kiosk. 
Lent by Mr. Martin A. Ryerson, Chicago. 

3x24. Millet, Jean Francois (1814-1875, France). The Gleaners. Lent by Mr. 
Alfred Coming Clark, New York. 



SCULPTURES IN THE LOAN COLLECTION. 

GALLERY No. 38. 

3x25. G^rOme, Jean L6on (Paris, France). Pygmalion and Galatea. (Tinted 
marble group.) Lent by Mr. Charles T, Yerkes, Chicago. 



3x26. Rodin, Auguste (Paris, France). Franccsca and Paolo— "L' Amour." 
(Marble group from "The Gates of Hell," commissioned by the French 
Government for the Museum of Decorative Arts, Paris.) Lent by 
Mr. Henry Sargent, New York. 

3x27. Rodin, Auguste (Paris, France). Francesca and Paolo— "La Rupture." 
(Marble group from "The Gates of Hell, commissioned by the French 

Government for the Museum of Decorative Arts, Paris.) Lent by 
Mr. Henry Sargent, New York. 
3x2?. Rodin, Auguste (Paris, France). Andromeda. (Marble from "The 
Gates of Hell," commissioned by the French Government for the 
Museum of Decorative Arts, Paris.) Lent by Mr. Henry Sargent 



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AUSTRIA 



Imperial -Royal Commissioner General, 
HON. ANTON VON PALITSCHEK-PALMFORST, LL. D. 

6090 Ed^erton Avenue. 



Jury of Admission: 

President, PROFESSOR FRENKWALD. 
Vice-President, FRANK ROTH, Architect. 
Secretary, CARL WALZ, Imperial Counsellor. 



MEMBERS: 



Prof. JULIUS BERGER. 

Prof. JULIUS DENNINGER. 

C. FROESCHL. 

EDMOND VON HOFMANN. 

N. SCHACHNER. 

A. SCHARFF. 

Prof. W. UNGER. 



RUDOLF BERNDT. 

EUGEN FELIX. 

A. D. GOLTZ. 

F. HAERDTL. 

REICHSFREIHERS VON MERODE. 

HANS TEMPLE. 

EDWARD ZETSCHE. 



Delegate for Fine Arts, 
HANS TEMPLE, 

6030 Edgerton Ave. 



Manager, 
CHARLES SEDELMEYER, 

PARIS. 
Represented at the Exposition by 

JOSEPH SCHNELL, 

(At desk at entrance of Gallery 95. West Court.) 



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156 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP'X K — FINE ARTS. 



AUSTRIA. 



THE NUMBERS TO WHICH THIS QATALOGUE REFERS 

ARE PRINTED IN RED. 

MANY OF THESE WORKS ARE FOR SALE. 
FOR PARTICULARS APPLY AT THE OFFICE OF THE AUSTRIAN 

SECTION, ALCOVE 103. WEST COURT. 



Group 139.— Sculpture. 

NUMBERS 1 TO 16, INCLUSIVE. 
ALCOVE 103. 

IN THE OFFICE OF THE AUSTRIAN SECTION. 

1. Weigl, Rot^ert (Vienna). Beethoven. (Bronze statuette.) 

2. Weigl, Robert (Vienna). Mozart. (Bronze statuette.) 

GALLERY 36. ' 

3. Schwarz, Stefan (Vienna). Fauns with Geese. 

4. Schwarz, Stefan (Vienna). Fauns with Geese, 

5. Schwarz, Stefan (Vienna). Mozart. 

6. Tilgner, Victor (Vienna). Jos. R. v. Fuehrich. (Bronze bust.) 

7. Myslbeck, Josef V. (Prague) "Graf Franz Thun-Hohenstein." 

8. Jafl, Otto (Vienna). The Creeping Tiger. 

9. Schwarz, Stefan (Vienna). Boy with Snake. 
10. Weigl, Robert (Vienna). Old Vienna Waltz. 

IX. Schwarz, Stefan (Vienna). Heracles in the Shirt of Nessus. 

12. Charlemont, Theodor (Vienna). Boy Beggar. 

13. Kaan, Arthur (Vienna). Old Man. (Terra Cotta.) 

GALLERY 59. 

14. Tilgner, Victor (Vienna). His Majesty the Emperor of Austria. • (Zktt 

bust.) 

15. Breneck, Anton (Vienna). Richard Wagner. (Bronze relief.' 
1$, Scharff, A. (Vienna) Medallions an4 r^li^fs. 



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AUSTRIA — OIL PAINTINGS. 157 



• Group 140.-Oil Paintings. 

GALLERY 35, NUMBERS 17 TO 47, INCLUSIVE. 

SOUTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE WEST SIDE OP THE ENTRANCE FROM ALCOVE 103. 

17. Moll, Karl (Vienna). The Roman Ruins in Schoenbrunn. (Lent by Hi^ 

Majesty the Emperor.) 
x8. Blaas, Julius von (Vienna). Horse Market in Hungary. 
19. Hoemuuin, Theo. v. (Znaim) Girls Hunting Mushrooins. 

WEST WALL. 

ao. Ribarz, Rudolf (Salzburg). Decorative panel for a Dining-room. 
ax. Charlemont, Eduard (Paris, France). In the Kitchen. 

22. Knuepfer, Benes (Rome, Italy). Fight of the Tritons. Lent by the 

Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna). 

23. Brozik, Vacslav (Paris). The Historical "Fenstersturz" at Prague. A 

deputation of Bohemian Protestants, May 23, 1678, throwing from the 
window the £mperor*s counsellors, who refused to comply with their 
demand for a discontinuance of the violation of the privileges of their 
sect— an incident of the outbreak of "The Thirty Years War." 

24. Knuepfer, Benes (Rome, Italy). The Eternal Siren. 

25. Schmid, Julius (Vienna). ''Suffer Little Children to Come Unto Me." 

26. Ribarz, Rudolf (Salzburg). Decorative panel for a Dining-room. 



NORTH WALL. 

27. Hradeckj, Vacslav (Prague). Peasants* Rebellion in Bohemia. 

as. Jettel, Eugen (Paris). Shore of the Seine. 

29. Deliregger, Franz von (Munich). "God Bless You!" Lent by Mr. L. Lob- 

meyr, Vienna. 

3D. Ameseder, Eduard (Vienna). Evening. 

3X. Ruben, Franz (Vienna). Autumn Day on the Lido. 

32. Jettel, Eugen (Paris). Dutch Landscape. 

13. Temple, Hans (Vienna). Portrait of Mr. A. A. A. 

EAST WALL. 

34. Ditscheiner, Adolph (Munich). Spring. 
35- Lebiedzki, Eduard (Vienna). The Kiss. 

36. Huber, Rudolph (Vienna). Fighting Cows. Lent by His Majesty the 

Emperor. 

37. Hirschl, Adolf (Vienna). A Wedding Processioa 
jB. Wertheimer, Gustav (Paris). The Vision. 



158 world's COLUMBIAN ExMSlTlOM— bEpV K — FINE ARTS. 

39. Schindler, Jac. £. (Vienna) Saw Mill in Oberweissenbach. Lent by His 

Majesty the Emperor. 

40. Mueller, Leopold C. (Vienna) Market Place in Cairo. Lent by the 

Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, 

41. GoltZy Alexander D. (Vienna) Christ and the Women. Lent by the 

Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna. 

42. Seligmann, Adal (Vienna). View of Ragusa. 

43- Dcutsch, Ludwig (Paris). The Holy Gate in Caiia 

44* Rochrer, Lina (Munich). At the Game Dealer's. 

45. Stein» Alwyn v. (Vienna) Un Soldo, Signore. 

46. BUn, Tina (Munich). The Fallen Giant. 

SOUTH WALL. 

* 

47. Hirschl, Adolf (Vienna). Prometheus. 



AUSTRU— OIL PAINTINGS. I59 



GALLERY 36.— OIL PAINTINGS. 



NUMBERS 48 JO 76, INCLUSIVE, 



SOUTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE WEST SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 85. 

48. Pettenkofen, Aug. von (Salzburg). Market. 

49. Pettenkofen, Aug. von (Salzburg). Gipsy at the Hearth. Lent by His 

Highness Prince Liechtenstein, Vienna. 

50. Wissinger, Florain O. (Vienna) Feeding the Pigs. 

51. Payer, Julius von (Salzburg). "Never Back I" — Episode of the Austro- 

Hungarian Arctic Voyage under Weyprecht and Payer, 1872-1874. 
Lent by His Majesty the Emperor. 
52* Van Haanen, R. (Vienna) Landscape. 

53. Von Haas, Eugen (Vienna). Woman*s Head. 

54. Reichert, C. (Vienna) Dachshund. 

WEST WALL. 

55. Charlemont, Eduard (Paris, France). The Pages. Lent by Mr. Charles 

T. Yerkes, Chicago. 

56. Huber, Rudolph (Vienna). George Washington. 

NORTH WALL. 

* 57. Gisela, Josef (Vienna). The Visit to the Laundry. Lent by Mr. M. 
Mayr, Vienna. 

58. Schroedl, Anton (Vienna). Flock of Sheep in Hungary. 

59. Hoffmann, Josef (Znaim). From Bygone Days. 

60. Thoren, Otto v. (Paris). A Wolf 1 Lent by the Academy of Fine Arts, 

Vienna. 

6i« Makart, Hans (Vienna). Hearing. 

62. Makart, Hans (Vienna). Feeling. 

63. Makart, Hans (Vienna). Sight 

64. Makart, Hans (Vienna). Smelling. 
6S- Makart, Hans (Vienna). Tasting. 

66. Liclitenfels, Ed. v, (Vienna) Gulf of Quarnero. Lent by His Majesty 

the Emperor. 

67. Pansinger, Franz von (Salzburg). Autumn Evening. 
66. Strecker, Emil (Vienna). Before the Holidays. 

69. Gisela, Josef (Vienna). Adventures in the Lottery. Lent by His Majesty 
the Emperor. 



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EAST WALL. 

70. Bacher, Rudolph (Vienna). Ave Maria. 

71. Ruben, Franz (Vienna). From Romantic Times. 

72. Schindler, Jac. £. (Vienna) Peace. Lent by His Majesty the Emperor. 

73. Bernatzik, Wilhelm (Vienna). The Vision of Saint Bernard. 

74. Ameseder, Eduard (Vienna). Narenta River at Mostar. 

75. Canon, Hans (Vienna). The Master of the Hounds. Lent by His Ex- 

cellency, Count Wilczek, Vienna. 

SOUTH WALL. 
}6. Seligsnaim, Adal (Vienna). The Holy Family. 



AUSTRIA — OIL PAINTINGS, l6l 



GALLERY 59.— OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 77 TO 148, INCLUSIVE. 

SOUTH WALL. 

BEOINNINO AT ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 36. 

77. Gisela, Joseph (Vienna). "One*s Joy is Another's Sorrow." Lent by His 

Highness Prince Liechtenstein. 

78. Brozik, Vacslav (Paris, France). The Duo. 

79. Jettel, Eugen (Paris). Landscape. 

80. Zewy, Carl (Vienna). Home Again. 

81. Selig^snann, Adal (Vienna). Professor Billroth's Clinic 

82. Lang-Laris, Hermine (Vienna). Still-life. 

83. Wiesinger, Florain O. (Vienna) Washerwoman in the Mountain. Lent 

by His Majesty the Emperor. 

84. Angeli, Heinrich von (Vienna). Portrait of Stanley. 

85. Simm, Franz (Munich) A Duet. 

86. Gloss, Ludwig (Moedling). The Antiquarian. 

87. Kaufmann, Isidor (Vienna). "Age is not Proof against Folly.** Lent by 

Mr. M. Mayr, Vienna. 

88. Jettel, Eugen (Paris). Cows at Pasture. 

89. Bacher, Rudolph (Vienna). Mater Dolorosa. Lent by His Majesty the 

Emperor. 

90. Simm, Franz (Munich). Indian Summer. Lent by His Majesty the 

Emperor. 

91. ^ Defregger, Franz von (Munich). Children Playing with a Dog. 

90. Jettel, Eugen (Paris). Road near Falkenbourgh, Holland. Lent by 
Mr. A. A. Sprague, Chicago. 

93. Angeli, Heinrich von (Vienna). Portrait ok Architect Schmidt. Lent by 

the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna. 

94. Hamza, Johann (Vienna). The Dice Throwers. Lent by Mr. M. Mayr, 

Vienna. 

95. Mueller, Anton (Vienna). The Bird's Friend. Lent by His Highness 

Prince Lie^iitenstein, Vienna. 

96. Nowak, Ernst (Vienna). Tribute to the Monastery. Lent by Mr. ^L 

Mayr, Vienna. 

97. Zetsche, Edward (Vienna). View in Weissenkirchen. 

98. Makart, Hans (Vienna). The Falconer. 

99. Pettenkofen, Aug. von (Salzburg). Gypsy Hunt in the Forest. Lent by 

Mr. L. Lobmeyr, Vienna. 

100. Friedlaender, Camilla (Vienna). Still-life. 

xox. Pettenkofen, Aug. von (Salzburg). Market D?y at Szolnok, Hungary, 
Lent by Mr, Marshall Field, Chicago. 

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102. Rumpler, Franz (Vienna). Girl from Bohemia. 

103. Kargef , Karl (Vienna). The Graben in Vienna. Lent by His Majesty 

the Emperor. 
164. Engelhart, Josef (Vienna). The Curpark at Baden, near Vienna. 

105. Katzer, Anton (Vienna). The Indiscreet Friend. 

106. Gisela, Josef (Vienna). The Seamstress. Lent by His Highness Prince 

Liechtenstein, Vienna. 

107. Pausinger, Franz von (Salzburg). Late Autumn. 

108. Kurzbauer, Edward (Rome). The Fortune Teller. Lent by Mr. L. 

Lobmeyr, Vienna. 

109. Charlemoflt, Eduard (Paris). Planning the Campaign. Lent by Mr. 

P. C. Han ford, Chicago, 
no. Schvaiger, Hans (Prague). Bohemian Peasant. 

111. Obermullner, Adolf (Vienna). Mountain Brook Torrent. 

112. Schwaiger, Hans (Prague). Bohemian Peasant Woman. 

113. Hasch, Carl (Vienna). Old Sawmill in the Eschem Valley. 

114. Brozik, Vacslav (Paris). The First Communion of the Hussites. 

NORTH WALL-OIL PAINTINGS AND WATER COLORS. 

115. Fischer, Ludwig Hans (Vienna). The Chunsun Temple at Kamak. 

(Water color.) 

116. Fischer, Ludwig H. (Vienna) Himalaya Scenery. 

117. Alt, Rudolf (Vienna). Interior of St. Mark's, Venice Water color.) 

Lent by His Majesty the Emperor of Austria. 

118. Ernst, Rudolph (Paris). Tomb of Sultan Selim. 

119. Alt, Rudolf (Vienna). Fountain at Trient. (Wa.er color.; Lent by 

His Majesty the Emperor of Austria. 

120. Tofticc, Heinrich (Vienna). Church at St. Wolfgang. (Water color.) 
122. Unger, William (Vienna). Portrait of Heythuysen, after Franz Hals. 

(Etching.) 
Z23. Schmid, Mathias (Munich). The Edelweiss Picker. 

124. Temple, Hans (Vienna). Portrait of William Unger. 

125. Goltz, Alexander D. (Vienna) Flower Girl at Constantinople. 

126. Unger, William (Vienna). Portrait of Stuben's Sons, after P. P. Rubens. 

(Etching.) 

127. Alt, Rudolf (Vienna). Portico in the Wallenstein Palace at Prague. 

Lent by the Library of the Fine Arts, Vienna. 

128. Unger, W. (Vienna) Portrait of Rembrandt. (Aftft Rembrandt) 

129. Hoffmann, Josef (Znaim). Payerbach. 

130. Deutsch, Ludwig (Paris). The Eunuchs. 

131. Blaas, Eugen Von (Venice). The Good Brother. 

132. Alt, Rudolf (Vienna). Castle Taufers in the Tyrol. Lent by the Library 

of the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna. 

133. Tomec, Heinrich (Vienna). Salzkammergut. 

134. Charlemont, Eduard (Paris). The Artist in his Studio. 

135. Pettenkofen, Aug. von (Salzburg). Farmhouse. Lent by Hi$ Highness 

Prince Liechtenstein (Vienna). 

136. Charlemont, Eduard (Paris). The Geographer* 



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137. Bnrnaud, Eugene (Veytaux-Chillon). The Children's Theatre. 

138. Nadler, Robert (Buda-Pesth). The Duet. 

139. Jettel, Eugen (Paris). Ramsau Scenery Lent by His Highness Prince 

Liechtenstein, Vienna. 

140. Munkaczy, M. de (Paris). The Story of the Hero. 

141. Russ, Robert (Vienna). Early Spring. Lent by the Academy of Fine 

Arts, Vienna. 
242. Charlemont, Hugo (Vienna). Still-life. Lent by the Society of Patriotic 

Art Amateurs, Prague. 
143. Wiesinger, Florian O. (Vienna) Morning at the Shore. 

244. Breidwiser, Theodor (Vienna). Short Rest. 

245. Temple, Hans (Vienna). Portrait of Mr. P. 

146. Kinzel, Josef (Vienna). A Dude in the Country. Lent by His Majesty 
the Emperor. 

247. Probst, Carl (Salzburg). The Consultation. 

248. Jettel, Eugen (Paris). Landscape. 

ALCOVE 10&~WATER COLORS, DRAWINGS, ENGRAVINGS, ETC. 

BEGINNING ON THE WEST WALL. 

249. Wi^^er,.Otto (Vienna). Three Studies for the Cathedral in Berlin. 

(Pen drawing.) 

250. Siber, A. Hall (Tyrol). Ride of the Walkures. (Cartoon in sepia.) 

251. Zetsche, Eduard (Vienna). Town-gate at Sulzfeld a-M. (Water color.) 

252. Michalek, Ludwig (Vienna). Josef Haydn. (Original etching.) 

253. Alt, Rudolph (Vienna). Belvedere at Vienna. (Water color.) 

254. Jaspefj, Victor (Vienna). The Holy Trinity. (Engraving after Durer.) 

255. Zet3che, Eduard (Vienna). Tower at Sulzfeld a-M. (Water color.) 

256. Michelek, Ludwig (Vienna). Ludwig von Beethoven. (Original etch- 

ing.) 

257. Muench-Bellinghausen, Constanze(Pola). Chestnut Blossoms. (Water 

color.) 

258. Michelek, Ludwig (Vienna). Portrait of His Majesty the Emperor of 

Austria. (Etching.) 

259. Alt, Rudolph (Vienna). Church at Innsbruck. Lent by the Library of 

the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna. (Water color.) 

260. Muench-Bellinghausen, Constanze (Pola). Roses. (Water color.) 

162. ^It, Rudolph (Vienna). Belvedere at Prague. Lent by the Library of 

the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna. (Water color.) 

163. Fischer, Ludwig H. (Vienna) The Chunsun Temple at Karnak. 

(Water color.) 

263. Woemle, W. (Vienna) Head of Christ. (Etching after G. Max.) 

264. Alt, Rudolph (Vienna). The Old Ducal Castle at Bruck a-M. Lent by 

the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna. (Water color.) 
205. Alt, Rudolph (Vienna). Interior of the Presbytery of the Saint Stephen 

Church at Vienna, Lent by the Library of the Academy of Fine Arts, 

Vienna. (Water color.) 
z66. Fischer, Ludwig H. (Vienna)The Bay of Cattaro. (Water color.) 



MICHAEL STRAUS. 



BELGIUM 



President of the Commission, 
ASTfeRE VERCRUYSSE, Senator. 

Ghent. 



President of the Committee on Fine Arts, 
ERNEST SLINGENEYER 

Brussels. 



Committee on Fine Arts. 

FOR PAINTING. 

JAN VERHAS. DESIR6 DE KEGHEL 

ALBRECHT DE VRJENDT. ISIDORE MEYERS. 

EDGARD FARASYN. ADRIEN LE MAYEUR. 

FRANZ VAN KUYCK. ISIDORE VERHEYDEN. 

HENRY STACQUET 

FOR SCULPTURE. 

ALBERT DESENFANS. 
ALBERT HAMBRESIN. 
HIPPOLITE LE ROY. 
CONSTANTIN MEUNIER. 

FOR ENGRAVING. 

GUSTAVE BIOT. LOUIS LENAIN. 

Secretaries of the Committee. 
EMILE VAN MONS. A. MOREAU. JEAN VAN BR^E. 



Delegate of the Committee on Fine Arts. 
MICHAEL STRAUS, 

ChlcAffo. 



Information regarding worlcs for sale may be 
obtained at the office of the Belgian Fine 
Arts Section, Gallery 67, West Pavilion. 

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BELGIUM. 



THE NUMBERS TO WHICH THIS CATALOGUE REFERS 

ARE PRINTED IN RED. 

MANY OF THESE WORKS ARE FOR SALE. PRICES MAY BE OB- 

TAINED AT THE OFFICE OF THE BELGIUM SECTION, ENTERED 

FROM THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF GALLERY 67. 



' Group 139-Sculpture 

GALLERY 67— NUMBERS 1 TO 10 INCLUSIVE. 

1. LeRoy, Hipp (Ghent and Rome). Polar Bear. (Bronze.) 

2. Van Beurden, Alphonse (Antwerp). Quinten Matsys. (Bust, marble.) 

3. Samuel, Charles (Brussels). Prelude. (Statuette, bronze.) 

4. De Tombay, Alphonse (Brussels). Goose Girl. (Bronze.) 

5. Joris, Francois (Antwerp). Fantasy. (Bronze, bust.) 

6. Haikibresin, Albert (Brussels). Crossbowman, Fifteenth Century. (Statu- 

ette, bronze.) 

7. De Mathelin, Maurice (Lidge). Woman Collier. (Bronze statuette.) 

{cire perdue.) 

8. Le Roy, Hipp. (Ghent and Rome). Course FolAtre. (Bronze.) 

9. Herain, Jean (Brussels). Going to the Fields. (Bronze.) 

10. Hambresin, Albert (Brussels). An Edict, Fifteenth Century. (Statuette, 
bronze.) 

GALLERY 66— NUMBERS 11 TO 13 INCLUSIVE. 

IX. De Vigne, Paul (Brussels). Domenica. (Statue, bronze.) 

12. De Vigne, Paul (Brussels). Roman Woman. (Bust, bronze.) 

13. Samuel, Charles (Brussels). Primavera. (Bust, bronze.) 

GALLERY 65— NUMBERS 14 TO 16 INCLUSIVE. 

14. DeKeyser, Jean Baptiste (Brussels). St. Cecilia Singing. (Marble 

bust.) 

15. Van Beurden, Alphonse (Antwerp). Young Singer. (Bust, marble.) 

x6. Van Beurden, Alphonse (Antwerp). Forced Bath. (Group, bronze, 
from cire perdue.) 

GALLERY 64— NUMBER 17. 
17, Des Enfans, Albert (Brussels). La Nique. (Statuette, bronze.) 



BELGIUM — SCULPTURE. 1 67 

GALLERY 63~NUMBERS 18 TO 26 INCLUSIVE. 

18. Le Roy, Hipp. (Ghent and Rome). Child Life. (Marble.) 

19. Hambresin, Albert (Brussels). A Proclamation, Fifteenth Century. 

(Statuette, bronze.) 

20. De Vigne, Paul (Brussels) Poverella. (Statue, marble.) 

21. Hambresin, ^Albert (Brussels). Curfew, Fifteenth Century. (Statu- 

ette, bronze.) 

22. Des Enfans, Albert (Brussels). After the Walk. (Statuette, marble.) 

23. Willems, Joseph (Malines). A Child. (Bronze bust.) 

24. De Vigne, Paul (Brussels). Pysche. (Bust, marble.) 

25. Des Enfans, Albert (Brussels). Manon Lescaut. (Bust, marble.) 

26. De Tombay, Alphonse (Brussels). Knight of the Middle Ages. (Bronze.) 

NORTH COURT-NUMBERS 27 to 39 INCLUSIVE. 

27. Martens, Jean Baptiste (Paris). Girl and Turtle Doves. (Marble.) 

28. Herain, Jean (Brussels). A Captive. (.Marble.) 

29. Charlier, Guillaume (Brussels). Lina. (Bust, marble.) 

30. Braecke, Pierre (Brussels). Deserted. (Statuette, bronze.) 

31. Van dcr Straeten, Georges (Paris). Portrait of Monsieur Worth. (Bust, 

marble.) 

32. Charlier, Guillaume (Brussels). Turkey. (Bronze.) 

33. Weyns, Jules (Antwerp). Sweet Slumber. (Statue, marble.( 

34. Willems, Joseph (Malines). L'Epervier. (Group, bronze.) 

35. Dc Tombay, Alphonse (Brussels). Neapolitan Improvisator. (Bronze.) 

36. Weyns, Jules (Antwerp). The Bird Catcher. (Bust, marble.) 

37. Martens, Jean Baptiste (Paris). A Spinner. (Bust with arms, marble.) 

38. De Vigne, Paul (Brussels). Amertume. (Bust, marble.) 

39. Charlier, Guillaume (Brussels). Girl. (Bust, marble.) 

UPPER GALLERY— EAST COURT— NUMBERS 40 TO 43 INCLUSIVE. 

40. Joris, Francois (Antwerp). The Cherries. (Marble.) 

41. Joris, Francois (Antwerp). The Ship's Boy. (Marble bust.) 

42. Willems, Joseph (Malines). Clown. (Statuette, bronze.) 

43. Lc Roy, Hipp. (Ghent and Rome). "When Winter Winds are Blowing 

Chill." (Bronze.) (Cire perdue.) 



44. Van der ^traeten, Georges (Paris). Spring. (Bronze.) Lent by Mr. 

Charles T. Yerkes, Chicago. 

45. Van der Straeten, Georges (Paris). Winter. (Bronze.) Lent by Mr. 

Charles T. Yerkes, Chicago. 

46. Van der Straeten, Georges (Paris). Idyl. (Bronze.) Lent by Mr. 

Charles T. Yerkes, Chicago. 



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Group 140— Oil Paintings. 



NUMBERS 47 TO 98 INCLUSIVE. 

GALLERY 67— NORTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE EAST SIDE OF NORTH ENTRANCE TO THE WEST PAVILION. 

47. Van Beers, Jan (Paris). Mrs. James Brown Potter as the Lady of Lyons. 

Lent by Mr. Charles T. Yerkes, Chicago. 

48. Van Beera, Jan (Paris). Miss Ada Rehan, as Lady Teazle. Lent by Mr. 

Charles T. Yerkes, Chicago. 

49. Van Beers, Jan (Paris). Portrait of Henri Rochefort. Lent, by Mr. 

Charles T.Yerkes, Chicago. 

50. Van Beers, Jan (Paris). Careless. Lent by Mr. Ch?irles T. Yerkes, Chi* 

cago. 
5X. Van Bqers, Jan (Paris). Portrait of Mr. Y. Lent by Mr. Charles T. 
Yerkes, Chicago. 

52. Van Beers, Jan (Paris). Portrait of Peter Benoit. Lent by Mr. Charles 

T. Yerkes, Chicago. 

53. Van Beers, Jan (Paris). Flirtation. Lent by Mr. Charles T. Yerkes, 

Chicago. 

54. Van Beers, Jan (Paris). "Reviens." Lent by Mr. Charles T. Yerkes, 

Chicago. 

55. Van Beers, Jan (Paris). Summer Evening. Lent by Mr. Charles T. 

Yerkes, Chicago. 

56. Verhacrt, Pierre Joseph (Antwerp). The Will of Christopher Columbus, 

(According to Lamartine.) 

EAST WALL. 

57. Van Luppen, Prosper (Antwerp). A Last Effort. 

58. Van Hove, Edmond (Bruges). The Virgin aud the Infant Jesus. 

59. Van Caillie, Florimond (Antwerp). Meadow in Flanders. 

60. Portaels, Jean (Brussels). Mother and Child, Morocco. 

61. Van Kujck, Frans (Antwerp). The Potato Gathering. 

62. Horenbant, Joseph (Ghent). Young Woman. 

63. Gailliard, Francois (Brussels). La Porte de Hal in Brussels. 

64. Dc Vriendt, Juliaan (Brussels). Souvenir of Cairo. 

64a. Baron, Theodore (Kamur). Autumn Day in the Ardennes. 

65. Van Leemputten, Frans (Antwerp). The Return. 

66. De Bidvre, Marie (Brussels). Peaches. 

67. Lefebvre, Charles (Brussels). Arab Encampment in Morocco. 

68. Gevcrs, H61^ne (Antwerp). Arab Merchant. 

69. Van der Meuien, Edmond (Brussels). Hunting in the Marsh. 



BELGIUM— OIL PAINTINGS. I69 

SOUTH WALL. 

70. Van Lappen, Frans (Brussels). Fog in the Woods, End of Novembri^r. 

71. Leempoels, Jef. (Brussels) The Amateurs. 

7a. Vander Meulen, Edmond (Brussels). Ostend Fishermen Caught by a 
Squall in the North Sea. 

73. De Keghel, Desir6 (Ghent). Flowers and Accessories with Music. 

74. Bourotte, Auguste (Brussels). In the Fields. 

75. Dael, Auguste (Ghent). While the Husband is Away. 

76. Namur, Francois (Li^ge). Pauvrettes. 

77. Mayne, Jean (Brussels). Les Va-nu-pieds. 

78. Richir, Herman (Brussels). Fantasy. 

79. Carpentier, Evariste (La Hulpe). Summer Sun. 

80. Mttsin, Auguste (Brussels). Entrepot Royal and Bassin du Commerce 

at Brussels. 
8z. Roszmaim, Augusta (Ghent and Paris). Portrait of Mile. D. 

WEST WALL. 

82. Van Geert, Flora (Antwerp). Chrysanthemums. 

83. Van Snick, Joseph (Nieukerken). Laceworkers. 

84. Looymans, Romain (Antwerp). Flemish Farmyard. 

85. Halle, Oscar (Antwerp). The Last Day of Autumn. 

86. Vanaise, Gustave (Brussels). Portrait of the Congo Explorer, Jerome 

Becker, of Antwerp. 

87. Le Roy, Hipp. (Ghent and Rome) Dream of Happiness. 

88. Huysmans, Jean Baptiste (Hove). Visit of the Merchant (Algeria). 

89. Toefaert, Albert (Ghent). The Ghent Butchers, old Flemish Team. 

90. Boudry, Alois (Antwerp). In Sunday Attire. 

9Z. TBchsLggtnyf Charles (Brussels). Laborer in Repose. 

92. Van Beers, Jan (Paris). Portrait of Mrs. Y. Lent by Mr. Charles T. 

Yerkes, Chicago. 

93. Meunier, Georgette. The Mandolin. 

94. Gevers, Helen (Antwerp). A Future Poet 

NORTH WALL. 

95. Boudry, Alois (Antwerp). Interior, Afternoon. 

96. Robie, Jean (Brussels). Bunch of Roses. 

97. Van der Hecht, Henri (Brussels). Across Brussels. 

98. Plumot, Andr€ (Antwerp). The Dangerous Bridge. 



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GALLERY 66— OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 99 TO 130, INCLUSIVE. 
WEST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE EAST SIDE OP THE ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 67. 

99. Lybaert, Th^ophile (Ghent). The Mother of Sorrows. 

zoo. Crabeels, Flor (Antwerp). Flemish Kermesse. * 

zoi. Wytsman, Juliette. Marguerites. 

102. Maeterlinck, Louis (Ghent). Peace. 

NORTH WALL. 

X03. Toefaert, Albert (Ghent). Environs of Ghent, End of October. 

104. Dierickz, Oiner (Brussels). Portrait of M. £. D. V. 

105. Carabain, Jacques (Brussels). La Piazza Guilio Cesare, at Rimini, Italy. 

106. Beernaert, Euphrosine (Brussels). Entrance of the Convent. 
Z07. De Bats, Auguste Marie (Bornhem). In Zeeland. 

Z08. De Smeth, Henri (Borgerhout). The Smoker. 
Z09. Binje, Franz (Brussels). . Rocks of the Fond d'Arquet, Namur. 
zzo. Carabain, Jacques (Brussels). View of Cogoleto on the Mediterranean, 
said to be the Birthplace of Columbus. 

EAST WALL. 

zzz. Ronner, Alice (Brussels). The Heron. 

ZZ2. De Bourtzoff, Nathalie (Brussels). Hors de Combat. 

ZZ3. Verstraete, Theodore (Antwerp), Orchard in Zeeland. 

Z14. De Rickz, Louis (Antwerp). The Storm. 

IZ5. Gerard, Theodore (Brussels). A Bad Reception. 

1x6. De Bourtzoff, Sophie (Brussels). The Orphan. 

Z17. Rosseels, Jacques (Termonde). In the Campine, Morning. 

Z18. Dielman, Marguerite (Brussels). Fruit. 

ZZ9. Corns, Karel (Antwerp). Cupid in Chase. 

120. Frank, Lucien (Tervueren). October. 

Z2Z. Van Leemputten, Corneille (Brussels). End of Autumn in the Campine. 

SOUTH WALL. 

Z22. Van Caillie, Florimond (Antwerp). Prairie in Flanders. 

Z23. Van Caillie, Florimond (Antwerp). Snow Effect (Knocke, Belgium). 

Z24. Glaus, £mile (Ast^ne). Cock Fight in Flanders. 

Z25. Montig^y, Jules L^on (Tervueren). The Return of the Herd, October. 

X26. De Hem, Louise (Ypres). Return of a Procession in Flanders. 

WEST WALL. 

Z27. Simons, J. Frans (Antwerp). Love and Patriotism 

Z28. Bouvier, A. (Brussels) Marine. 

Z29. Goemans, Gustave-Hubert (Ghent). Summer. 

X30. Abry, Leon (Antwerp). The Sparrow of Lesbia, 



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GALLERY 65— OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 131 TO 152, INCLUSIVE. 

WEST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE EAST SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 66. 

Z3X. Vanaise, L^on (Brussels). Melancholy. 

Z32. Coosemans, Joseph-Theodore (Brussels). Wooded Path in the Cam- 
pine. 

153. Arden, Henry (Brussels). After the Storm. Marine. 

134. De Hem, Louise (Ypres). The Sexton. Lent by the Museum of 
Ypres. 

X35. Cap, Constant (Antwerp). Jeu de la Comete. Old Salon, Louis XV, of 
the Kums Museum, Antwerp. 

136. Jacobs, Louis (Brussels). The Scheldt with Floating Ice. 

NORTH WALL. 

137. De Kejser, Nicaise (deceased). The Holy Week in Seville. 

EAST WALL. 

138. Van Damme, Frans (Brussels). In the Allee Verte, Brussels. 
X39. Verhas, Franz (Brussels). Holiday. 

140. Lamoriniere, Francois (Antwerp). Snow Effect, near Antwerp. 

141. Verhas, Franz (Brussels). The Flowers. 

Z42. Kec^eljan, Franz (Brussels). Shores of Lake NeuchAtel. 
X43. Plasky, Eugfene J. B. (Anderghem) Chestnut Alley in Overysshe, Bra- 
bant. 

SOUTH WALL. 

Z44. CoUart, Mme. Marie (Li6ge). The Springs of Schavues. 
X45. De Vriendt, Albrecht (.\ntwerp). Charles VI and Odette. 
X46. Dierickz, Omer (Brussels). Dreary Waking. 

Z47. Den Duyts, Gustave (Brussels). Church of Wondelghem. Winter 
Scene. 

WEST WALL. 

148. Heger, Louise (Brussels). Banks of the Ourthe River. 

Z49. Brunin, L^on (Antwerp). Declaration of Love. 

X5a Lamoriniere, Francois (Antwerp). Avenue of Oaks, near Antwerp. 

X5X. De Bruyn, Frans (Antwerp). Waiting. Toward Evening. 

153, Dael, Auguste (Ghent). Jealousy. 



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GALLERY 64-OlL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 153 TO 187, INCLUSIVE. 

NORTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE LEFT OF THE ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 65. 

153. Hagemans, Maurice (Brussels). Snow in the Forest of Soigne. 

254. Herbo, L^on (Brussels). Souvenir of Italy. 

255. Slinc^eneyer, Ernest (Brussels). Last Days of Pompeii. 

156. Asselbergs, Alphonse (Uccle near Brussels). Toward Evening on a 

Fine Winter Day. 

157. De Naeyer, Charles (Brussels). Still Life. 

EAST WALL. 

158. Tschaggeay, Charles (Brussels). Horse Fair at Tongres, Belgium. 

159. Von den Bos, Georges (Paris and Ghent). Gage of Love. 

160. Bellis, Hubert (Brussels). Strawberries. 
i6z. Broereman, Eugene (Brussels). Oliva. 

162. Broereman, Eugene (Brussels). Among the Heather. 

163. Brunin, L^on (Antwerp). A Visit to the Studio of Benvenuto Cellini. 

164. Gttiette, Jules (Antwerp). Evening. 

165. Rosier, Jean Guillaume (Antwerp). Portrait of Mme. R. 

166. Fich^et, Georges-Fran^ois-Paul (Brussels). Bather. 

267. Rosseels, Jacques (Termonde). After the Rain, Campine. 

268. Triest-VanMulders, Camille (Brussels). Carnations. 

269. Van der Meulen, Edmond (Brussels). Astonishment 

SOUTH WALL. 

270. Verstraete, Theodore (Antwerp) The Dyke (Evening). 

272. Nys, Carl (Antwerp). Chess Players. 

273. DeKes^el, Desir6 (Ghent). Souvenir of Prince Baudouin of Belgium. 

273. Jacobs, Adolphe (Brussels). Stable at Boitsfort. 

274. Meyers, Isidore (Brussels). Banks of the Scheldt, November. 

275. Halle, Oscar (Antwerp). Reading of the Bible at the Old Men's Hospice. 

276. Van den Eycken, Charles (Brussels). Who is There? 

277. Halle, Oscar (Antwerp). The Antiquary. 

278. Rosier, Jean Guillaume (Antwerp). At My Friend Dupon's. 

279. Kokken, Henry (Antwerp). A Venture. 

280. Leempoels, Jef (Brussels). A Vocation in Suspense. 

l8i. Jacobs, Louis (Brussels). Evening on the Lower Scheldt, 



BELGIUM — OIL PAINTINGS. 173 

WEST WALL. 

z82. Keg^eljan, Franz (Brussels). Flemish Farm. 

183. Van Seben, Henri (Brussels). Should it be He! 

Z84. Siins^^^^'* Fmest (Brussels). Episode of an Inundation, Dordrecht 

185. Dierickz, Omer (Brussels). Reunion of Friends. 

x86. Seghers, Franz (Brussels). Lilium Harrisi. 

Z87. Valckenaere, Leon (Brussels). The Port of Beigen-op-Zoom. 



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GALLERY 63-OlL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 188 TO 225, INCLUSIVE 

NORTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE WEST OF THE ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 64. 

i88. Bource, Henri (Antwerp). The Cherries. 

X89. De Schampheleer, Edmond (Brussels). Holland Prairies. 

190. Van Leemputten, Comeille (Brussels). The Return of the Flock 

WEST WALL. 

X9X. De Vig^e, Emma (Ghent). Flowers. 

192. Plumot, Andr^ (Antwerp). Leaving the Stable. 

193. Verheyden, Isidore (Brussels). Shrimp Fishers. 

194. Hoeterickz, Emile (Brussels). Arrival of the Mailboat at Dover. 

X95. De Schampheleer, Edmond (Brussels). Autumn Morning, Genck» 

Limbourg. 
X96. Tytgadt, Louis (Ghent). The Embroidery Lesson at the Beguinage, 

Ghent. 
X97. Verhas, Jean (Brussels). The Walk on the Dyke at Heyst-sur-Mer. 
X98. Meyers, Isidore (Brussels). Briele Poort, Ypres. 
X99. Verhas, Jan (Brussels). The Martyrs of the Beach. 
200. Mayn6, Jean (Brussels). On theXoast. 
aox. Baron, Theodore (Namur). Autumn Leaves. (Afternoon.) 

202. De Beul, Franz (Brussels). Return to the Stable, in the Campine. 

SOUTH WALL. 

203. Coiirtens, Franz (Brussels). The Departure of the Herd. 

204. Coiirtens, Franz (Brussels). The Road Through the Dunes. 

EAST WALL. 

205. Kokken, Henry (Antwerp). Gallantry. 

206. Farasyn, Edgard (Antwerp). The Truants. 

207. Asselbergs, Alphonse (Uccle, near Brussels). A Ravine in Winter 

(Ardennes Mountains). 

208. Anten, Djef (Hasselt). December Morning. 

209. Van dcr Ouderaa, Pierre-Jean (Antwerp). The Galleries of the "J^weel- 

pand" (Convent of the Jewels) during the Free Fair of Antwerp. First 

half of sixteenth century. 
2X0. RuUens, Jules (Brussels). The Study. 
2X1. Crabeels, Flor. (Antwerp) The Return to the Farm. 
2x2. Hoorickz, H. G. Ernest (Brussels). Winter Twilight. 
2x3. Le Mayeur, Adrien (Boitsfort). The Storm. 
2x4. Goemans, Gustave-Hubert (Ghent). Sunshine on the Avenue. 



BELGIUM — OIL PAINTINGS. I75 

^15. Farasyn, Edgard (Antwerp). Embarkment of Emigrants at Antwerp. 

2x6. Le Mayeur, Adrien (Boitsfort). Setting Sun at Sea. 

2x7. Bayart, Paul (Brussels). In Holland. 

2x8. Van Soick, Josef (Nieukerken). L*Hospice. 

NORTH WALL. 

219. Stroobant, Francois (Brussels). The Old Canal of the Rosary in Bruges. 

220. Carpentier, l^variste (La Hulpe). Convalescence. 

22X. Cogen, Felix (Brussels). The. Shipwrecked, Coast of Holland. 

222. Wytsmon, Juliette. Peonies. 

223. Lybaert, Th^ophile (Ghent). Melancholy. 

224. Quitton, l^douard (Antwerp). Still Life. 

225. Petit, Corneille (Brussels). The Happy Grandmother. 

UPPER GALLERY. 
EAST COURT— PANEL 128— OIL PAINTINGS. 

226. Rnl, Henry (Antwerp). Winter Evening. 

UPPER GALLERY, 
EAST COURT— PANEL 131— OIL PAINTINGS. 

227. Coearaets, Charles (Brussels). Interior at Anderghem, near Brussels. 

228. Ransy-Patseys, F^licie (Li^ge). Immortelles. 

229. Stroobant, Francois (Brussels). Pout Saint Jean and Belfry in Bruges. 

ALCOVE 132— OIL PAINTINGS. 

230. Bourotte, Auguste (Brussels). Pyramus and Thisbe. 

231. Van Severdonck, Joseph (Brussels). Le Coup de Collier. 

ALCOVE 133— OIL PAINTINGS. 

232. Van Orerbeke, Edouard (Brussels). Autumn. 

233. Van Damme-Sylva, ^rnile (Brussels). Nightfall. 

234. Michel, Gustave (Ghent). The Novice. 

235. Coenraets, Charles (Brussels). Woodturner*s Shop (Brussels type). 

236. Dillens, Albrecht (Brussels). Shrimp Gatherers. 

237. Le Roy, Hipp (Ghent and Rome). Winter in a Flemish Town. 

238. Proost, Frans (Antwerp). In First Class. 

239. Bellis, Hubert (Brussels). Game. 

240. Godding, £mile (Antwerp). One Florin, Five Cents, Four Deniers. 

241 . Dell' Acqua,Cesare (Brussels). State Prisoner in the Fortress of Gradisca. 

242. De Beul, Jean-Henri (Brussels). Herder Assembling his Flock. 

243. Van Seben, Henri (Brussels). Village in Holland (Winter). 

244. Guffens, Godefroid (Brussels). Girl, Dressing. 

245. Gnffens, Godefroid (Brussels). Girl, Dressing. 

246. De Naeyer, Charles (Brussels). Still Life. (Cheeses.) 

247. De Heuvel, Theodore-Bernard (Brussels). A Schoolmaster. 

248. De Rickz, Louis (Antwerp). The Harvest. 

249* Van den Bos, Georges (Paris and Ghent). Open Air Study. 



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GROUPS 141, 143 AND 144-WATER 

COLORS, ENGRAVINGS, ETCHINGS, 

PASTELS, DRAWINGS, ETC. 

UPPER GALLERY— SOUTH COURT. 

ALCOVE 134. 

250. Stacquet, Henry (Brussels) The Dyke at Heyst. (Water color.) 

251. Bamps, Paul (Hasselt). Fishing Boats, Heyst. (Water color.) 

252. Heins (Ghent). Etchings. 

253. Claus, Emile (Astene). Confidential Messenger. (Water color.) 

254. Verhas, Jan (Brussels). Summer Sun. (Water color.) 

255* Uytterschaut, Victor (Brussels). Marine Boats Stranded at La Panne 
(Morning). (Water color.) 

256. Themon, Paul (Namur). A Quiet Comer. (Water color.) 

257. Benoit, Clement (Mons). Head of a Lion. (Original Etching.) 

258. Verhas, Jan (Brussels). Souvenir of Heyst-sur-Mer. (Water color.) 

259. Van dcr Veken, G. P. (Antwerp) Engraving after Rubens, Engraving 

after Van Dyck, Etching after Frans Hals, Etching after ^imon De 
Vos. (The four in one frame.) 

260. Coenraets, Ferdinand (Brussels). Quay at Antwerp. (Water color.) 

261. Themon, Paul (Namur). November Morning on the Meuse. (Water 

color.) 

262. Van Eeckhout, Gen'l Frederic (Ghent). A Cavalry Bugler. (Etching.) 

263. Van Eeckhout, Gen'l Frederic (Ghent). Ruins of the Abbey of Villers. 

(Etching.) 

264. Lenain, Louis (Brussels). The Idyl. (Engraving after Rubens.) 

265. Greuse, Louis (Mons). A frame containing engravings: Adam. (After 

Van Eyck.) Portraits of Children. (After Ducatel.) Saint John. 
(After Donatello.) Portrait of Mr. B . 

266. Greuse, Louis (Mons). Four Portraits. (Pencil drawings.) 

267. Hac^emans, Maurice (Brussels). The Turkey Girl. (Water color.) 

268. Guiette, Jules (Antwerp). Etchings: Autumn Evening; Fishing Boat; 

The Road; Winter Sun. 

269. Lenain, Louis (Brussels). The Rape of the Daughters of Leucyppus, by 

the Dioscures. (Engraving after Rubens.) 

270. Stacquet, Henry (Brussels). In Ostend Port. (Water color.) 

271. Uytterschaut, Victor (Brussels). Landscape at Harbespinne. (Water 

color.) 

272. Moerman, L. (Brussels) Various pen drawings. 

273. Benoit, Clement (Mons). Portrait of Mr. B. (Etching.) 

374. Coenraets, Ferdinand (Brussels). Pond near Brussels (Morning). 
(Water color.) 



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375. Guiette, Jules (Antwerp). Etchings: Morning; March; Meadow; Har- 
vest in Ardennes; Moonrise; Evening in the Fagnes. 
276. Biot, Gustave (Antwerp). Aglae. (Engraving after Cabanel.) 

377. Bamps, Paul (Hasselt). Boulevard in Hasselt (Snowstorm). (Water 

color.) 

378. Moerman, A. (Brussels) The Dyle at Malines. (Water color.) 

379. Clans, Emile (Astene). Winter Days. (Water color.) 

280. Biot, Gustave (Antwerp). The Review of the School. (Engraving after 

Jan Verhas.) 
98x. Van der Veken, G. P. (Antwerp) Portrait of L. Gallait Portrait 

of Peter Benoit. (Original etchings.) 
£82. Moerman, A. (Brussels) The St. Simoniens at Malines. (Water color.) 
283. Heins (Ghent). Sixteen Etchings. 



IN THE WOMAN'S BUILDING. 

284. Art, Berthe (Brussels). Pastel (Fruit). 

285. Art, Berthe (Brussels). Pastel (Grapes). 

286. Beenmert, Euphrasine.(Brussels). Autumn Evening. 

287. Collart, Mme. (Marie) A Farm. 

288. D'Anethan, Alix (Paris). The Holy Women. 

289. De Bi^vre, Marie (Brussels). Accessories (the Porcelains). 

290. Menier, Georgette. Souvenirs of a Bride. 

29X. Ransy, Putzeys Felicie (Liege). Primroses and Oranges. 

292. Van Geert, Flora (Antwerp). Mimosas. 



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PROF. RODOLPHO BERNARDELLI. 



BRAZIL 



Acting President of the National Commission, 

Captain l. IW. DE LEMOS BAST A, 

Hotel Metropole. Chicaco. 



Commissioner of Fine Arts, 

Prof, rodolpho bernardelli, 

Director of Fine Arts School at Rio de Janeiro, 
Hotel Metropole. Chicago. 



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BRAZIL 



THE NUMBERS TO WHICH THIS CATALOGUE REFERS 

ARE PRINTED IN RED. 

Group 139-Sculpture. 

WEST COURT. 

NEAR THE CENTER OF THE COURT. 

z. Bemardelli, Prof. Rodolpho. Christ and the Adultress. (Marble group.) 

2. Bemardelli, Prof. Rodolpho. Dr. Montenovese. (Portrait bust in bronze.) 

3. Bemardelli, Prof. Rodolpho. D. Pedro d' Alcantara. (Marble.) 

IN THE BRAZILIAN BUILDING. 

4. Bernardelli, Prof. Rodolpho. Portrait of Dr. Benjamin Constant. 

(Bronze.) 

5. Martinelli, S. Ps^ulo. Bonifacio. (Marble.) 



BRAZIL— OIL PAINTINGS. l8l 



Group 140— Oil Paintings 

NUMBERS 6 TO 77, INCLUSIVE. 

ALCOVE 142. 

fr Almeida, Jr., J. F. de. Os caipiras negaceando. 

7. Fiuza, Guimaraes, Jos6. Landscape. 

8. Fiuza, Guimaraes, Tos^. Landscape. 

9. Fiuza, Guimaraes, Jos^. Landscape. 

10 Almeida, Jr., J. F. de. The Rest of the Model. 

zz. Almeida, Jr., J. F. de. The Reader. 

Z2. Amoedo, Prof. Rodolphp. Portrait. 

Z3. Da Costa, J. Baptista. Capadocio. 

Z4. Da Costa, J. Baptista. In the Orchard.^ 

Z5. Visconti, Elisen d* Angelo. Landscape. 

z6. Pedro, Weingartner. Country Ball. 

Z7. Amoedo, Prof. Rodolpho. Narration of Philetas. 

z8. Castagneto, J. Baptista. St. Luria Beach, Rio de Janeiro. 

Z9. Pedro, Weingartner. Too Late. 

ao. Pedro, Weingartner. By Oblique Lines. 

2z. Fiuza, Guimaraes, Jos^. Landscape. 

22. Fiuza, Guimaraes, Jos^. Landscape. 

23. Fiuza, Guimaraes, Jos^. Landscape. 

24. Fiuza, Guimaraes, Jos6. Landscape. 

25. Weingartner, Pedro. Derrubada (Clearing Land). 

26. Viaconti, Elisen d' Angelo Landscape. 

27. Fiuza, Guimaraes, Jos^. Landscape. 

28. Weingartner, Pedro. Portrait. 

29. Da Costa, J. Baptista. Landscape. 

ALCOVE UL 

30. Brocos, Prof. M. Albores. 
3Z. Brocos, Prof. M. Portrait. 

32. Castagneto, J. Baptista. Marine. 

33. Boaventura, Caron H. Landscape. 

34. Brocos, Prof. M. Portrait. 

35. Brocos, Prof. M. Maniac. 

36. Brocos, Prof. M Orphan. 

37. Brocos, Prof. M. Portrait, 

38. Da Costa, J. Baptista. Dwelling. 

39. Belmiro, de Almeida. Study of a Head. 

40. Brocos, Prof. M. The Bewitcher 

41. Brocos, Prof, M, Landscape^ 



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42. Brocosy Prof. M. Landscape. 

43. Brocos, Prof. M. Landscape. 

44. Brocos, Prof. M. Marine. 

45. Brocos, Prof. M. Coffee. 

46. Brocos, Prof. M. Cascade. 

47. Brocos, Prof. M. View of St Thezeza's HilL 

48. Da Costa, J. Baptista. Marguerites. 

49. Amoedo, Prof. Rodolpho. Lucia. 

50. Brocos, Prof. M. Meditation. 

51. Brocos, Prof. M. Marine. 

52. Brocos, Prof. M. Interior. 

53. Brocos, Prof. M. Interior. 

54. Brocos, Prof. M. Interior. 

55. Visconti, Eliseu d*Angelo. Landscape. 

56. Facchinetti, Nicolau. Lake of Rodrigues de Fretias. 

57. Facchinetti, Nicolau. Panorama of Nictheroy. 

58. DaCosta^ Baptista J. Cabbages. 

59. Visconti, Eliseu d* Angelo. Landscape. 

60. Bernardelli, Henrique. Return to the Work. 
6z. Bernardelli, Henrique. Study of a Head. 

62. Bernardelli, Henrique. Tarantella. 

63. Visconti, Elesen d' Angelo. Landscape. 

64. Visconti, Elisen d* Angelo. Landscape. 

65. Visconti, Elisen d* Angelo. Landscape. 

66. Visconti, Elisen d' Angelo. -Landscape. 

67. Bernardelli, Henrique. Landscape. 

68. Bernardelli, Henrique. Uncle Thomas. 
ig, Bernardelli, Henrique. Wood Cutter. 

70. Bernardelli, Henrique. Portrait. 

Alcove 14a 

71. Raphael, Frederico. Magnolia. 

72. Bernardelli, Henrique. Indian. 

73. Raphael, Frederico. Flowers. 

74. Bernardelli, Henrique. Empire. 

75. Bernardelli, Henrique. MoUier. 

76. Bernardelli, Henrique. Bandeirantes. 

77. Bernardelli, Henrique. Messalina. 



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tt&AZIL — OIL PAINTINGS. 



183 



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IN THE BRAZILIAN GOVERNMENT BUILDING. 



Group 140-Oil Paintings- 



numbers 78 TO 119, INCLUSIVE 



78. 

79. 
80. 

8x. 

83. 

83- 
84. 
85. 
86. 

87. 



89. 
90. 

91. 
92. 
93. 
94- 
95. 
96. 

97. 
98. 

99. 
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zox. 

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X04. 

zo6. 
Z07. 
X08. 
Z09. 
xxo. 

XXX. 

xxa. 



Da Motta, Agostinho. Fruit of Brazil. 
Da Motta, Agostinho. Head of an Old Man. 
Parreiras, Antonio. Panorama of the City of Nictheroy. 
Parreiras, Antonio. Evening. 
Parreiras, Antonio. Landscape. 
De Fig^eredo, Aurelio. Tiradentes. 
De Almeidi, Belmiro. Pique. 
Monteiro, Firmino. Landscape. 
Monterio, Firmino. Funeral of Caroorim. 
Bemardelli, Henrique. Portrait of Gen. Deodoro. 
Da Costa, Prof. J. Zeferino. The Cake of the Widow. 
Da Costa, Prof. Zefferino J. Chant/. 
Americo, Pedro. Proclamation of Brazilian IndepcDdence. 
Peres, Pedro. The Gold Book. 
Amoedo, Prof. Rodolpho. Jesus at Capernaum. 
Amoedo, Prof. Rodolpho. Maraba. 
Meirelles, Victor, The First Mass in BraziL 



Pacheco, 
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Pacheco, 
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Pacheco, 
Pacheco, 
Pacheco, 
Pacheco, 
Pacheco, 
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Pacheco, 
Pacheco, 
Pacheco, 
Pacheco, 
Pacheco, 
Pacheco, 
Pacheco, 



Insley. Landscape 

Insley. Landscape 

Inaley. Landscape 

Insley. Landscape 

Insley. Landscape 

Insley. Landscape 

Insley. Landscape 

Insley. Landscape 

Insley. Landscape 

Insley. Landscape 

Insley. Landscape 

Insley. Landscape 

Insley. Landscape 

Insley. Landscape 

Insley. Landscape 

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o Janeiro), 
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213. Pacheco, Insley. Landscape (Rio Janeiro). 

1x4. Pacheco, Insley. Landscape (Rio Janeiro). 

1x5. Pacheco, Insley. Landscape (Rio Janeiro). 

X16. Pacheco, Insley. Landscape (Rio Janeiro). 

117. Pacheco, Insley. Landscape (Rio Janeiro). 

1x8. Pacheco, Insley. Landscape (Rio Janeiro). 

1x9. Beaaileuse, Oliveira. A Virgin. 



BRAZIL — WATER COLORS. I85 



IN THE BRAZILIAN GOVERNMENT BUILDING. 



Group 14?-Water Colors. 

NUMBERS 120 to 128, INCLUSIVE. 

tao. PachecOy Insley. Ceara. 

X2X. Pacheco, Insley. Sunset. 

X22. Pacheco, Insley. The Bay of Rio Janeira 

123. Pacheco, Insley. Forest Scene. 

124. Pacheco, Insley. Landscape. 

125. Pacheco, Insley. Landscape. 

126. Pacheco, Insley. Landscape. 

127. Pacheco, Insley. Landscape. 
Z26. Pacheco, Insley. Landscape. 



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IN THE PALACE OF FINE ARTS. 



Group 14?. 

antique and modern carvings, 

medallions, cameos, etc. 

NUMBERS 129 TO 135, INCLUSIVE. 
UPPER GALLERY— SOUTH COURT— ALCOVE 14L 

X29. Girardet, Prof. A. Portrait of General Benjamin Constant. (Medallion.) 

130. Girardct, Prof. A. Two Ballet Girls. (Cameo.) 

131. Girardet, Prof. A. Arrested Love. (Cameo.) 
X32. Girardet, Prof. A. Two Cupids. (Cameo.) 

133. Girardct, Prof. A. Three Heads Symbolic of the Republic. (Medallion.) 

134. Girardet, Prof. A. Galatea of Raphael. (Cameo.) 

135. Girardct, Prof. A. Two Bassi-Relievi. (Plaster.) 



CANADA 



Commissioners. 

G. R. R. COCKBURN, M. P. 

HON. JOSEPH TASSE. 

J. S. LARKE (Executive). 



Secretary of the Commission. 
WILBERT D. DIMOCK, B. A, 



Committee on Fine Arts. 

JAMES SMITH. 

ROBERT HARRIS. 

R. S. JAGER. 



Address, Canadian Pavilion, Jackson Park. 



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CANADA. 



THE NUMBERS TO WHICH THIS CATALOGUE REFERS 

ARE PRINTED IN RED. 



MANY OF THESE WORKS ARE FOR SALE. PRICES MAY BE OB- 
TAINED AT THE CANADIAN PAVILION (NEAR 
LAKE FRONT), JACKSON PARK. 



Groups 140 and 141-Oil Paint- 
. iNGS AND Water Colors. 



GALLERY Id-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 1 TO 83, INCLUSIVE. 
WEST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE NORTH SIDE OF THE DOORWAY PROM THE SOUTH COURT 

(Several water colors and pastels are hung in this gallery. They are 
designated in the text.) 
X. » Fraser, J. A., R. C. A. (New York) A Highland November Morning. 

2. Forstery, J. W. L., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) Gossips. 

3. Alexander^ C (Gait, Ont.) A Peasant Girl Drinking. 

_ NORTH WALL. 

4. E^an, J. H. (Montreal) Maternity. 

5. Schreiber, C M. B. (Springfield, Ont.) Christobel. 

6. Ahrens, C, A. R. C. A. (Toronto) Cradled in the Net 

7. Jacobi, O. R., R. C. A. (Toronto) Landscape. 

8. Adams, J. M. F. (Toronto) In the Studio. 

9. Jacobi, 0. R., R. C. A. (Toronto) Landscape. 

xo. Harris, Robert, Pres. R. C. A. (Montreal) Portrait of Gilman Cheney, 

Esq. 
XX. Sherwood, W. A., A. R. C A. (Toronto) Comrades. 
X2. Martin, T. M., R. C. A. (Toronto) On Guard. 
X3. Martin, T. M., R. C. A. (Toronto) Ah There! 

14. Brymner, William, R. C. A. (Montreal) Lake Agnes, Rocky Mountains. 
z5« Brymner, William, R. C. A. (Montreal) Border of the Forest, Fontaine* 

bleau. 



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x6. Woodcock, P., R. C A. (New York, N. Y.) The Creek. 

xy. Morrice, J. W. (Montreal) Early Morning Effect on the Conway» Wales 

x8. Tully, S. S., A. R. C A. (Toronto) Le Vieux Cur^. 

19. Tully, S. S., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) Anticipation. (Pastel.) 

20. Tully, S. S., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) Study. (Pastel.) 
2X. Graham, J. L. (Montreal) Study of a Cow. 

EAST WALL. 

22. Vemcr, F. A., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) Milking Time. 

23. Watson, H., R. C. A. (Doon, Ont.) Storm Passing over Oak Gladet 

24. Franchere, J. C. (Montreal) Fantaisie Japonaise. 

25. Reid, Mary H., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) Roses and Still Life. 
25. Dyonnet, £., A. R. C. A. (Montreal) Statuary. 

27. Atkinson, W. E. (Toronto) Autumn Evening, Brittany. 

23. Holden, Sarah B. (Montreal) A Brittany Interior. 

29. Day, iForshaw, R. C. A. (Kingston, Ont.) Musquodobit Falls, Nova 

Scotia. 

30. Thompson, Ernest E., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) Awaited in Vain. An In- 

cident in the Pyrenees. 

3X. Houghton, Margaret (Montreal). Old Fishing Stage, Louisbourg. 

32. Reid, G. A., R. C. A. (Toronto) Lullaby. 

33. Jacobi, O. R., R. C. A. (Toronto) Landscape with Gypsies. 

3 J. Challener, F. S., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) Where the Mistletoe Grows. 

35. Challener, F. S., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) A Sweet Penitent. 

36. Challener, G. S., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) Showery Weather. 

37. Ede, F. C. V. (Sorgues, near Paris) Landscape with Cattle, France. 

38. Tully, S. S., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) Portrait, Miss L. Lefevre. 

39. Vemcr, F. A., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) Monarch of the Prairie. 

40. Dignam, Mary E. (Toronto) In the Vineyard. 

41. Martin, T. M., R. C. A. (Toronto) Evening after Winter. 

42. Hammond, J., A. R. C. A, (St. John, N. B.) Herring Fishing, Bay of 

Fundy. 

43. Raphael, W., R. C. A. (Toronto) The Oats Field. 

44. Ede, F. C. V. (Sorgues, near Paris) Landscape with Sheep, France. 

45. Spurr, Gertrude E. (Toronto) Grand River, Flora. 

46. Seymour, M. (Montreal) Easter Roses. Evening on the Carroa 

47. Holden, Sarah B. (Montreal) Portrait. 

48. Watts, J. W. H., R. C. A. (Ottawa) Landscape. 

49. Kidd, J. M. (Toronto) Roses. 

so. Watts, J. W. H., R. C. A. (Ottawa) A Forest Pool. 

51. Day, Forshaw, R. C. A. (Kingston, Ont.) The Hermit Range from above 

Lake Marion. (Water color.) 

52. Wickson, Paul G., A. R. C. A. (Paris, Ont.) At Duty's Call. 

SOUTH WALL. 

53. Ede, F. C. V. (Sorgues, near Paris) Landscape with Cattle, France. 

54. Watson, H., R. C. A. (Doon, Ont.) Early Spring, Grand River Valley 

55. Barnsley, J. M. (Montreal) A Calm Evening. 

56. Forbes, J. C, R. C. A. (Toronto) The Old Home. 



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57. Raphael, W., R. C. A. (Montreal) A Potato Plot 

58. Harris, Robert, Pres. R. C. A. (Montreal) Portrait, Mrs. Ross. 

59. Forster, J. W. L., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) The Old Story. 

60. Houghton, Margaret (Montreal). Wishing on the Moon. 

61. Franchcrc, J. C. (Montreal) Still Life. 

62. Muntz, Laura A. (Paris, France) A Fairy Tale. 

63 Hammond, J., A. R. C. A. (St. Johns, N. B.) The [Great lUicilliwaet 
Glacier, Selkirks. 

64. Ede, F . C. V. (Sorgues, near Paris) Landscape near Fontainebleau. 

65. Brownell, F. (Ottawa) Lamp Light. 

66. Ede, F. C. V. (Sorgues, near Paris) Barnyard with Poultry. 

67. Harris, Robert, Pres. R. C. A. (Montreal) Portrait, Miss Peterson. 

68. Morrice, J. W. (Montreal) Entrance to Dieppe. 

69. PlimsoU, Fanny G. (Montreal) An After Dinner Pipe. 

70. Leduc, O. (St. Hilaire, Que.) Onions. 

71. McArthur, L. C. (Winnipeg, Man.) Gateway, Old Fort Garry, Winnipeg 

72. Brymner, William, R. C. A. (Montreal) In County Cork, Ireland. 

73. Forbes, J. C, R. C. A. (Toronto) Chalk Cliffs, near Dover, 

74. Harris, Robert, Pres. R. C. A. (Montreal) Harmony. 

75. Forbes, J. C, R. C. A. (Toronto) Coast of Maine 

WEST WALL. 

76. Reid, G. A., R. C. A. (Toronto) The Visit of the Clockmaker 

77. Cniikshank, W., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) Drawing the Mast. 

78. Pinhey, J. C, A. R. C. A. (Hudson, Que.) Jael. 

79. Forbes, J. C, R. C. A. (Toronto) A Rocky Mountain Cafton 

80. Peel, Paul, R. C. A. (deceased) The Venetian Bather. 
8z. Alexander, C. (Gait, Ont.) Gathering Plums. 

82. Graham, J. L. (Montreal) Pastures Green. 

83. Sherwoo^., W. A., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) The Negotiation. 



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GALLERY 11-OIL PAINTINGS AND 

WATER COLORS. 

NUMBERS 84 TO 196, INCLUSIVE. 
EAST WALL— OIL PAINTINGS. 

BEGINNING AT THE SOUTH END OF THE WALL. 

84. Fraser, John A., R. C. A. (New York, N. Y.) On Loch Etive Side. 

85. Gagen, Rob*ert F., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) Rhododendrons. 

86. Fraaer, John A., R. C. A. (New York, N. Y.) A Bit of Ightan Mote House. 

87. Spurr, Gertrude E. (Toronto) By the Lake Shore, Mimico Creek. 

88. Beil-Smith, F. M., R. C. A. (Toronto) Bank of Montreal, Montreal. 

89. Phillips, Mary M. (Montreal) Gloucester Harbor. 

90. Way, C. J., R. C. A. (Ospedaletti, Italy) Pool in the Valley of the Rhone, 

Switzerland. 

91. Fowler, Daniel, R. C. A. (Emerald, Ont.) Fisher Boys of Hastings, 

England. 

92. Revell, W. M., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) Canadian Fruit. (Water color.) 

93. Brymncr, William, R. C. A. (Montreal) Entr'.Acte. 

94. Held, Mary H., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) Chrysanthemums. 

95. Grier, E. W,, A. R. C. A. (Toronto) Portrait, Miss M. Cawthra. 

96. Brownell, F. (Ottawa) Anderson's Garden. 

97. Sparr, Gertrude E. (Toronto) Boston Stump. 

98. Challener, F. S., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) Forty Winks on a Sunday After- 

noon. 

99. Holden, Sarah B. (Montreal) To His Taste. 

xoo. Sandham, H., R. C. A. (Boston, Mass.) The Founding of Maryland, 

March 27. 1634. 

zox. Lednc, O. (St. Hilaire, Que.) Still Life. Study by Candle Light. 

Z02. Harris, Robert, Pres. R.C. A. (Montreal) Composing his Serenade* 

X03. Reid, G. A., R. C. A. (Toronto) A Mountain Village. 

Z04. Martin, T. M., R. C. A. (Toronto) Ducks. 

105, Edc, F. C. V. (Sorgues, near Paris) At Sorgues, near Paris. 

X06. Bell-Smith, F. M., R. C. A. tToronto) Evening, Holland. 

107. Challener, F. S., A. R. C.'A. (Toronto) Marechal Niel Roses. 

108. Bell, Mary A., A. R. C. A. (Almonte, Ont.) September Evening, Lake 

Huron. 

109. Harris, Robert, Pres. R. C. A.] (Montreal) "The Homely House that 

Harbors Quiet Rest." 

10. Bell-Smith, F. M., R. C. A. (Toronto) Landscape. 

iz. Bell, Mary A., R. C. A. (Almonte, Ont.) Summer Tiqu^ 
iZ2. Watts, J. W. H., R. C. A. (Ottawa) October. 
XZ3. Atkinson, W. E. (Toronto) Moonlight, 



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NORTH WALL-OIL PAINTINGS. 

XZ4. Watson, H., R. C. A. (Doon, Ont.) At the Farm. 

2x5. Bamsley, James M. (Montreal). The Life Boat. 

1x6. Bell-Smith, F. M., R. C. A. (Toronto) Evening, Hyde Park Comer. 
(Water color.) 

117. Raid, Mary H., A. R.C. A. (Toronto) October Sunshine. 

1x8. Bell, Mary A., A. R. C. A. (Almonte, Ont.) Portrait of a Lady. (Water 
color.) 

xxp. Hammond, J., A. R.C. A. (St. John, N, B.) The Fraser River, Yale. 

xao. Callen, M. G. (Paris) A Washhouse in Provence. 

X2X. Hope, William (Montreal). Table du Roi, Forest of Fontainebleau. 

122. DeForest, H. J. (St John, N. B.) Valley of the Wauganni River, at 
Evening, N. Z. 

X23. Dig^nam, Mary E. (Toronto) Still Life. Pumpkin. 

X24. MacMillan, D. P. (Montreal) Dismal Hollow. 

X25. Rcid, G. A.. R. C. A. (Toronto) The Foreclosure of the Mortgage. 

X26. Watson, H., R. C. A. (Doon, Ont.) Village of Kilrenny, Fife. 

X27. BelNSmith, F. M., R. C. A. (Toronto) Evening. 

X28. Grier, E. W., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) Portrait of a Physician. 

X29. Raphael, W., R.C. A. (Montreal) Abandoned. 

xjo. Brymner, William, R. C. A. (Montreal) Lake Louise, Rocky Mount- 
ains. 

X3X. Staples, O. B. (Toronto) The Last Load. 

X32. Cullen, M. G. (Paris) On the River at Gretz. 

WEST WALL— WATER COLORS. 

X33. Fowler, Daniel, R. C. A. (Emerald, Ont) Stork. 

X34. Mathews, M., R. C. A. (Bracondale, Ont) Mount Begbie, at Revel- 
stoke, B. C. 

X3S. Knowles, F. McG., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) Percfe Fishermen, Gulf of St. 
Lawrence. 

X36. Barnsley, James M. (Montreal) Shipping. 

X37. Barnsley, James M. (Montreal) East Gloucester, Me. (Not for sale.) 

X58. Martin, E. May (Toronto). Late Twilight 

X39. Day, Forshaw, R. C. A. (Kingston, Ont.) The Glacier Torrent 

X40. MacDonnell, Harriet J. (Montreal) Old Saw-mill, St Andrews. 

X4X. Spurr, Gertrude £. (Toronto) Upland Road, Point Levi. 

X42. ReTell, W. M., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) Sketch on the Canal, Brantford. 

X43. Gagmen, Robert F., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) A Clear Morning, French- 
man's Bay, Maine. 

X44. Manly, C. McD., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) Heatherland. 

X45. Vcrner, F. A., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) St Clair Marsh. 

X46. O'Brien, L. R., R. C. A. (Toronto) Niagara. 

X47. Fraser, John A., R. C. A. (New York, N. Y.) In the Wild Highlands. 

X48. Eraser, John A., R. C. A. (New York, N. Y.) November Twilight, 
Perthshire. 

X49. O'Brien, L. R., R. C. A. (Toronto) The Grand River at Dover. 

X50. Fowler, Daniel, R. C. A. (Emerald, Ont.) Summer Afternoon. 



CANADA — WATER COLORS. I93 

I5x. O'Brien, L. R., R. C. A. (Toronto) Gathering Hay on Coldwater 
Marshes. 

152. Fowler, Daniel, R. C. A. (Emerald, Ont.) Sand Hills, Amherst Island 

153. Fowler, Daniel, R. C. A. (Emerald, Ont.) Shot, But Not Got. 

154. Mathews, M., R. C. A. (Bracondale, Ont.) Lifting Mists in the Kick- 

ing Horse Cafton. 

155. O'Brien, L. R., R. C. A. (Toronto) The Great Peak of the Selkirks. 

156. Fowler, Daniel, R. C. A. (Emerald, Ont.) Sunshine and Shade. 

157. Gagen, Robert F., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) Ebb Tide, West Goulds 

borough, Me. 

158. Fraser, John A. (New York, N. Y.) At the Solemn Hour. 

159. Fowler, Daniel, R. C. A. (Emerald, t)nt.) Low Water, Bay of Quinte. 

160. Fowler, Daniel, R. C. A. (Emerald, Ont.) Dark Pool on a Dull Day. 

SOUTH WALL— WATER COLORS. 

161. Fraaer, John A., R. C. A- (New York, N. Y.) The Haunt of the Muskrat. 

162. Bell-Smith, F. M., R. C. A. (Toronto) The Thames at London Bridge. 

163. Reid, G. A., R. C. A. (Toronto) Late Afternoon. (Pastel ) 

164. Mathews, M., R. C. A. (Bracondale, Ont.) Spuzzum Creek on the 

Eraser River. 
x^. Spurr, Gertrude E. (Toronto) Rapids above the Falls. 
z66. Mathews, M., R. C. A. (Bracondale, Ont.) Indian Salmon Catch on 

the Fraser River. 
167. Fowler, Daniel, R. C. A. (Emerald, Ont ) Group of Canadian Dead 

Game. 
z68. Fraser, John A., R. C. A. (New York, N. Y.) Perc€. 

169. Manly, C. McD., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) Midsummer Days. 

170. Fraser, John A., R. C. A. (New York, N. Y.> On a Windy Mom in June. 
271. O'Brien, L. R., R. C. A. (Toronto) Fat Lands of Ontario, 

172. Fraser, John A., R. C. A. (New York, N. Y.) The Weird House in the 

Moat. 

173. Rolph, J. T,, A. R. C. A. (Toronto) Sluice Gate, near West Goldsborough. 

174. Bell-Smith, F. M., R. C. A. (Toronto) After Rain, Place de la Con- 

corde, Paris. 

175. Griffiths, James, R. C. A. (London, Ont.) English Roses. 

176. Griffiths, James, R. C. A. (London, Ont.) Peonies. 

177. Fowler, Daniel, R. C. A. (Emerald, Ont.) Group of Gladiolus. 

178. Bell-Smith, F. M., R. C. A. (Toronto) Cape Trinity. 

179. Fowler, Daniel, R. C. A. (Emerald, Ont.) Peonies. 
z8o. Fowler, Daniel, R. C. A. (Emerald, Ont.) Gladiolus. 

z8z. Griffiths, James, R. C. A. (London, Ont.) Canadian Roses. 

zSa. Martin, H., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) Westminster. 

x83» O'Brien, L. R., R. C. A. (Toronto) Lake Memphremagog. 

Z84. Fowler, Daniel, R. C. A. (Emerald, Ont.) Rough Pasture. 

185. Fraser, John A., R. C. A- (New York, N. Y.) The Sunset Flush. 

186. Bell-Smith, .F. M., R.C.A. (Toronto) The Morning Milking Hour, 

Holland. 

187. Fraser, John A., R. C. A. (New York, N. Y.) Twixt Achray and Katrine. 

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z88. Rolph, J. T., A. R. C. A. (Toronto) Birch Trees, Coast of Maine 

289. Fowler, Daniel, R. C. A. (Emerald, Ont.) Duck. 

190. Manly, C. McD., A. R. C. A, (Toronto) Land of the Peach and Vine. 

191. Day, Forshaw, R. C. A. (Kingston, Ont.) Cap Rouge, Quebec. 

192. Mathews, M., R. C. A. (Bracondale, Ont) The. Selkirks Glacier from 

the C. P. R. 
X93. Day, Forshaw, R.C. A. (Kingston, Ont.) The Hermit Range. 
Z94. O'Brien, L. R., R. C. A, (Toronto) Canterbury Cathedral. 
195. Eraser, John A., R. C. A. (New York, N. Y.) By the Meadow Stream. 
X96. Bell-Smith, F. M., R.C.A. (Toronto) Feeding Pigeons, St. Paul's 

Churchyard, London. 




nsCAH MATTHIESEN. 



DENMARK 



President of the Commission 
C. MICHELSEN. 



Commissioner General, 
EMIL MEYER. 



Commissioner of Fine Arts, 
OSCAR MATTHIESEN, 

Gallery 73. West Pavilion of Art Palace. 



Commissioner of Fine Arts, 
CARL ROHL-SMITH, 

Woman's Tenple, La Salle Street. 



For information regarding exhibits for 
sale, apply to OLAF E. MOGENSEN, 
in Gallery 73. West Pavilion. 



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DENMARK. 



THE NUMBERS TO WHICH THIS CATALOGUE REFERS 

ARE PRINTED IN RED. 

MANY OF THESE WORKS ARE FOR SALE. 

PRICES WILL BE GIVEN AT THE DESK 

IN GALLERY 73. 



Group 139-Sculpture. 

WEST COURT. 

U Hasselries, L. (Copenhagen) Christ and Columbus. Project for a his- 
toric monument, representing the apothesis of Christopher Columbus 
as the first proclaimer of the Gospel in America. (Bronze and plaster.) 

GALLERY 73. 

3. Bissen, V. A Girl Making Pottery. (Marble.) 
<*. Bissen, V. Danaide. (Marble.) 

GALLERY 74. 

4* Boegebjergi R. A Girl From Fanoe. (Marble bust.) 

5. Bundgaardy A. J. Will o' the Wisp. (Statue in plaster.) 

6. Saabye, A. W. SAsanna Before the Elders. 

7. Saabye, A. W. Lady Macbeth Walking in her Sleep. 

GALLERY 75. 

8. Bundgaardi A. J. A Laborer. (Statue, bronze.) 

9. Daxii Johanne. A Snake Charmer. (Statue, bronze.) 

10. Kroyer, P. S. The Poet, Alex. Kjelland. (Bust, plaster.) 

IS. Kroyer, P. S. The Poet Holger Drachmann. (Bust, plaster.) 

X2« Kroycr, P. S. The Painter, Michael Ancher. (Bust, plaster.) 

13. Kroyeri P. S. The Violinist, Anton Svendsen. (Bust, plaster.) 

i4« Kroyer, P. S. The ZoSlogist, J. C. Schjoedte. (Bust, plaster.) 

15. Carl-Nielsen, Anna M. A Calf. (Bronze.) 

z6. Carl-Nielsen, Anna M. A Calf. (Bronze.) 

17. Pacht, Axel Fred'k. His Majesty, King Christian IX, (Statue, bronze.) 

li, Sindlng, Stephan. A Captive Mother. (Plaster.) 



DENMARK — OIL PAINTINGS. I97 



Group 140— Oil Paintings. 

GALLERY 73 — NUMBERS 19 TO 65, INCLUSIVE. 

NORTH WALL. 

BEGINNING ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE PROM GALLERY 71. 

X9. Wegmann, Bertha. Portrait of a Lady. 

ao. Brasen, Hans. The Woman with the Eggs. (From H. C. Andersen's 

Story.) 
21. Therkildsen, M. Frightened Horses. 
aa. Jespefsen, Henrik. Drifting Clouds with Glimpses of Sunshine. 

EAST WALL. 

23. Jespersefli Henrik. On the Brink of a Rivulet in West Jutland, Sum- 

mer Afternoon. 

24. Blache, Chr. Rough Sea at a Rocky Coast (Bomholm, Denmark.) 

25. Skovgaard, N. K. The Gobhn's Forest. 

26. Paulsen, Julius. The Models are Waiting. 

27. Boesen, Joh. Evening at the Seaside. 

28. Wegmann, Bertha. Portrait of an Old Lady. 

29. Irminger, V. Dogs in Copenhagen. 
90. Kroyer, P. S. In the Garden. 

31. Hansen, Adolph H. Room in the Colonna Palace, Rome. 

33. Pacht, Vilh« Potato Harvest in North-Sealand. 

SOUTH WALL. 

33* Ancher, Anna. In a Brown Study. 

34. Zahrtmann, Kristian. Job and His Friends. 

35. Zahrtmann, Kristian. Procession in Civita d'Antino, Italy. 

36. Ancher, Anna. A Dressmaker. 

37. La Gear, Janus. At the Seaside. Glo«^Tiy Day. 

38. listed, Peter. An Invalid. 

39. Irmtnger, V. In a Ward at Night. (The Children's Hospital at Rcf- 

naes, Sealand.) 

40. Schlichtknill, Johan C. Outside the Cottage. 

41. Matthiesen, Oscar. Cart Horses by the Seine» Paris. 

42. Kroyer, P. S. Portrait. 

43. Johansen, Viggo. Autumn Landscape. 

44. Irminger, V. Sufferers Waiting for Christ. (St. Mark, 1, 82-83.) 

45. Weg^mann, Bertha. Prospect at Jenbach (In Tyrol.) 

WEST WALL. 

46. Winther, Fred. Sorgenfri Rivulet (Lyngby, Sealand.) 

47. Dohlmann, Augusta. Chrysanthemums 



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48. Rohde, Johan. Danish Landscape (Ribe, Jutland). 

49. Gudmundsen-Holmgreen. Interior of a Poor Cottager's Home, Walders, 

Norway, 

50. Rasmussen, R. C Street at Rysensten (Copenhagen). 

51. Poiilsen, Julius. View of a Plain in Denmar|c. 

52. Dall, Hans. Evening, Tisvilde Hegn, Sealand. 

53. Schlichtknill» Johan C. The Sound Sleepers. 

54. Boesen, Johan. Spring in a Danish Beech Forest. 

55. Anther, MichaeL Fisherman Returning Home. 

56. Larsen, Knud Erik. In the Children's Home. (Administering Codliver 

Oil to the Inmates.) 

57. Helsted, Axel. The Judgment of Paris. 

58. Haslund, Otto. Interior of a Stable. 

59. LaConr, Janus. View of the Sea on a Calm Spring Day. 

60. Dohlmann, Augusta. Flora. 

NORTH WALL. 

6x. Johansen, Viggo. Christmas Eve. 

62. Ancher, Michael. A Winter Day at the Village Shopkeeper's. 

63. Tuzen, Nicoline. Midsummer. 

64. Poulsen, Julius. Portrait of Professor Froelich. 

65. Joluuiseiii Viggo. Sunday at Tibirke Church (Denmark). 



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GALLERY 74-OIL PAINTINGS. 



NUMBERS 66 TO 102, INCLUSIVE. 
WEST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT NORTH SIDE OF ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 73. 

66. Christiansen, R. Jutlandish BulL 

67. Tuzen, Lauritz. The Royal Danish Family. 

68. Dorph, N. V. Lawn Tennis. 

NORTH WALL. 

69. Brandt, J. H. Breakers. 

70. Heilmann, Gerhard. Spring Day After Rain. 

71. Lutzhoft, N. Holten. Dark Day in August. 

72. Tbzen, Lauritz. Susanne in the Bath. 

73. Bilkvist, Joh. B. The Weather Clearing After the Rain. 

74. Mols, Niels Petersen. Rainy Weather. 

75. Mols, Niels Petersen. October Day. 

76. SkoTgaard, N. K. Beech Forest in the South of Sweden on a Windy 

Autumn Day. 

EAST WALL. 

77. Ancher, Michael. Three Old Fellows. 

78. Holten, Sofie. Portrait of the Painter L. A. Ring. 

79. Locher, Carl. November Night on the North Sea. 

80. Wentorf, Carl C. F. St Peisen (Gudbrandtsdalen, Norway). 

8x. Schmidt-Phiseldeck, Carl. The Large Beech in Valloe Park, September 
Day. 

82. Hansen, Peter. Group of Children. 

83. Bredsdorff, Johan Ulrik. Sunshine When the Leaves are Falling. 

84. Engelsted, M. Sacrifice of Isaac. 

85. Holten, Sofie. Portrait of a Lady. 

86. Hansen, Joseph Th. The Study Room of Her Majesty, Queen Louise, at 

Bemstorff Castle. 

87. Hansen, Joseph, Th. The Council Room at the Palace of Stockholm. 

88. Nyboe, Frits. Old Trees at Charlottenlund (Sealand). 
89« Rasmussen, J. £. CarL Shipwrecked Sailors on the Sesk 

90. Konstantin-Hansen, Elise. An Oat Field. 

91. Nyboe, Frits. September, West Part of Southern Norway. 
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SOUTH WALL. 

93* Froelich» Edma. Flowers. 

94. Hinrichsen, Lorenz V. Evening Sun. 

95. Heilmann, Gerhard. An Old Manor House, Summer Evening. 

96. Pedersen, Viggo. The Water Mill. 

97. Fischer, Poul. Hojbroplads, Copenhagen. 

98. Pedersen, Viggo. Italian Landscape, from Sora. 

99. Pedersen, Viggo. View of the Sea, 

xoo. Pedersen, Viggo. The Sun Setting Over the Sea. 

xox. Matthiesen, Oscar. Griffenfeldt as a Prisoner at Munkholm, Teaching 

Two Little Boys. 
xcn. Skoygaard, N. K. Portrait 



DENMARK— OIL PAINTINGS. 201 



GALLERY 75-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 103 TO 139, INCLUSIVE. 
WEST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE NORTH SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 74. 

103. Arnesen, Vilh. A Gale at Sea. 

X04. Lund, Soeren. Thethered Horses. 

105. Lund, C. Emil. Landscape in Jutland. Subject from Himmerian 

106. Pedersen, Ole. Field Laborers. 

X07. Hansen, Hans Nicolai. Portrait of the Wife of the Painter 

NORTH WALL. 

xo8. Bache, Otto. Hussars on the Common. 

X09. Bissen, R. An Old Oak near the Shore. 

zxo« Braendekilde, H. J. Worn out. 

xzx. Agersnap, Hans. Summer Day at the Pool in the Bog. Cotton Grass 

in Bloom. 

1x2. Pedersen, Thorolf. From the Port of Helsinore. 

XX3. Pedersen, Thorolh The Tempest 

xx4« Bache, Otto. The Mill Yard. 

EAST WALL. 

1x5. Braendekilde, N. Y. Goodbye. 

1x6. Blom, Gerhard. In the Summer House. 

xx7« Lntzhoft, N. Holten. Sunshine in a Village Churchyard. 

xz8. Holten, Sofie. At the Border of the Wood. 

xip. Wegmann, Bertha. A Physician. 

xao. Kyhn, Vilhelm. Landscape. 

X2I. Dorpb, N. J. Moonlight Night. 

122. Jerndorff, A. A. The Deluge. 

X23. Froelicb, L. Cain and the Eye of the Lord (La legende des siecles,-V. 
Hugo). 

124. Froelich, L. Heracles Bringing a Satyr Before the Tribunal of Olym- 
pians (La legende dcs siecles, V. Hugo). 

12$. Carstensen, A. Riis. Marine. 

126. Pedersen, Ole. Interior of a Stable. i 

X27. Jcrndorflf, A. A. The Jews in the Desert. 

SOUTH WALL i 

Z28. Niss, Thorvald. Autumn. | 

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130. Haaseiii Hans Nicolai. The Beach at Tisvilde (Sealand). 

X3X. Hansen^ Hans Nicolai. January. 

133. Jensen, Carl Milton. A Change in the Weather. 

133. Olsen, Alfred. A Dead Calm. 

WEST WALL. 

134. Jerndorff, A. A. Portrait of a Lady. 

Z35. Jemdorff, A. A. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

136. Ring, L. A. Laborers at an Aqueduct. 

137. Ring, L. A. A Drunken Man in the Village. 

Z30. Zacho, Chr. Summer Day on the Banks of the Rivulet in Saebygaards 

Wood Gutland). 

X39. Kroyer, P. S. The Road to Stenbjerg (Denmark). 



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Upper Gallery—Central Pavilion, 
south end of south court. 

NUMBERS 140 TO 176, INCLUSIVE. 

BEGINNING AT THE EAST END OP THE GALLERY. 

ALCOVE 189. 

Z40. Larsen, Kund Erik. The Border of the Woods. 

141. Lnbschitz, John Leopold. Evening. 

142. Hon, Axel. "Master, Where Are You Going?** 
243. Dorph, A. A Young Girl, Study Head. 

144. Jensen, J. Th. Winter Day in a Forest Glen. 

145. Gudmimdsen-Holmgren. Bricklayers Playing Cards. 

ALCOVE 138. 

246. Jensen, Karl. St. Olai Church at Elsinore. 

X47. Matthiesen, Oscar. Gale on the West Coast of Jutland. 

148. Locher, Carl. The Glaciers of Oef jelds (Iceland). 

149. Balle, Otto. Sunset. 

150. TDxen, Lauritz. Portrait of a Lady. 

X5X. Pedersen, Viggo. Isaac Seeing the Arrival of Rebecca. Genesis xxnr, 
63. 

252. Selignuum, Georg. Convalescence. 

253. Rasmossen, J. E. Carl. Summer Night on the Coast of Greenland. 

254. Blache, Chr. Calm Afternoon on the Oresund. 

255. Kofoed, H. C. After the Work (Brittany). 

256. Kittendorff,Ad. In Gennarano. (Wash drawing.) 

257. Kittendorff, Ad. Amagertaro in Copenhagen. (Water color.) 

ALCOVE 137. 

258. Tuzen, Nicoline. Growing Apple Bough. 

259. Rhode, Johan. On the Banks of the Ribe Rivulet. 
z6o. Komerup, Valdemar. The Good Samaritan. 

262. Schlichtknill, Johan C. Portrait of my Brother. 
262. Schlichtknill, Johan C. Change of the Weather. 

163. Tozen, Lauritz. On the Coast of Picardy, Fishermen Returning at 

Dusk. 

164. Gjoedsen, Aage. View on the Kullen in Sweden, Afternoon Sun. 
z^ Smidth, Hans. Sund*s Mill (West Jutland). 

266. Dall, Hans. A Storm Brewing, Hundested, Sealand. 

267. Christiansen, Paul S. Portrait 

268. Krebs, Johanne. Portrait, Study. 



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Commissioner General, 
CAMILLE KRANTZ, 

357 East Ontario Street. 



Principal Commissioner for Fine Arts, 
ROGER-BALLU, 

PARIS. 



Commissioner for Fine Arts, 
HENRI GIUDICELLI, 

3411 Cottage Grove Avenue. 



Secretary of the Commission for Fine Arts, 
HENRI L. GUERIN. 



Attaches to the Commission, 

GABRIEL ASTRUE. 
ADRIEN PARADIS. 



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JURY OF ADMISSION. 

PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Presidant, BL G^rdme, member of the Ixudtate. Yioe-PneidentB : li. BoBmit, member 
of the Institate; M. PqtIb de ChavamieB, member of the Coxmcil of Fine ^Ka. Seoreteiy, IL 
Pftol Delair, eeoretary of the'Expoeition. 

Members: Meeers. B6ii6dite, director of the Lazemboarg Jfinaenm ; Benjamin-Conetant; 
Bdrand ; Bemier ; Beanard; Bougaerean, member of the inetitate; Breton, member of the 
Institute; Bnseon; Caroloa-Doran, member of the Comicil of Fine Aits; Casin; Covmon; 
Dagnan; Detaille, member of the laatitiite; Dnbnfe; OniUaame ; Does; Flameng, F. ; de Fqpr- 
oand; Fian^aiB, member of the Institate ; GefFroy (GnstaTe), art critic; Gerrez; Grayer, mem- 
ber of the Institate ; Harpigines, inspector of fine arts; Ha?ard; Henner, member of the Insti- 
tate; Lafenestre, director of Loayre Maeeam; Laurens, J. P., member of the Institate; 
LefsbTre, J., member of the Institate; Lefort, inspector of fine arts; Lenepyea, member of 
the Institate; Lhermitte ; Maignan; Mants (Panl), Hon. Director-Geneial of Fine Arts; Michel, 
Andre, art critfiS^ Moreaa (Gastaye), member of the Institate; Morot, Aime; Bobert-Fleary, 
T.; Boger-Marx, inspector of fine arts; Boll; Tibert; de Yaillefroy; Yriarte, inspector of fine 
arts. 

SCULPTURES, ENGRAVINGS ON MEDALLIONS OR GEMS. 

Pieaident, M. Faal Dabois, member of the Institate. Yice-Preeidents: M. Falgaiere, 
mmber of the Institate; M. Daloa. Secretary, M. Giadicelli, commissioner of the Exposi- 
tions of Fine Arts. 

Members : Messrs. Aab6; Barriaa, member of the Institate; BarthokLi, Boadher, Alfred ; 
Carri^; Chaplain, member of the Institate; Goazajod, art trostee of Loayre; Dubois, Alphee ; 
Fr6miet; Goose, member of the Coancil of Fine Arts; Injalbert; Kaempfen, director of 
National Maseam ; Lefeayre^ Albert; Marqoeste; Matharin-Moreaa; Meroi6, member of the 
Institate; Philippe GMlle, art crittb; Bodin; de Sfdnt-Maroeaoz; Thomas, member of the 
Institate. 

ARCHITECTURE. 

President, M. Gamier, member of the Institate. Vice-Presidents : M. Taadremer, mem- 
ber of the Institate; M. Boeswilwald, general inspector of historical monaments. Secretary, 
M. Dapr6, editor of the Directory of Fine Arts. 

Members : Messrs. Bemier; de Baudot, general inspector of choroh arohiteetore; Comte, 
member of the Coancil of Fine Arts; Danmet, member of the Institate; Dreyfds (Oostaye), 
member of Commission on Historical Monaments; Datert, art inspector-general, Institaticn 
in Drawing; Ginain, member of the Institate; Ghiillaome, Edmond, member of the Institate, 
arohiteet of goyemment; Lasteyrie, de, member of the Institate; Lisch, general inspector of 
historic monuments; Poulin, Hon. Director of the National Palace; Sedill6, goyemment archi- 
tect; Selmersheim, inspector-general of historical monaments. 

ENGRAVINGS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 

President, XL le Comte Delaborde, secretary Academy of Fine Arts. Yice-Preaidents: 
M. Jacquet, Acbille, member of the Institate; M. Bracqaemond. Secretary, M. Foa^uier, 
Marcel, assistant commissioner of Exposition. 

Members: Messrs. Band6; Beraldi; Blanchard, member of the Institnts; Qiauyel; Dayoi, 
Armand, inspector of fine arts; Didier; Dupleesis, memlMr of the Institute of Fine Arts; 
Flameng, .Leopold, member of the Council of Fine Arts; Lep6re; Lostalot, Alfred da, art 
critic; Lunois, A.; Boty, member of the Institute ; Waltner. 

DECORATIVE ARTS. 

President, M. Roty, member of the Institute. Yice-Presidents: M. Daroel, director of 
Cluny Museum; M. Bouilhet, member of the Council of Fine Arts. Secretary, M. C. Ondinot, 
secretary of director of fine arts. 

Members : Messrs. Alexandre, A.; Badin, administrator of Beanyaia factory; Baumgart, 
administrator of S^yres factory; Bonna£F6 ; Chaplet; Ch6ret, Joseph; Coutan, director of art 
at Seyres factory; Delaherche; Faliie; Galland, director of art at Gobelins; Galls, oonaeryator 
of Museum of Arts; Gasnault; Gerspaoh, administrator of Gobelins; Jourdain, Frana, art 
critic; Louyrier de Ti^olais. director of the School of Decoratiye Arts; Thesmar; Yegti 
director of technical art at S^yiea. 



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THE NUMBERS TO WHICH THIS CATALOGUE REFERS 

ARE PRINTED IN RED. 

MANY OF THESE WORKS ARE FOR SALE. 
PRICES WILL BE GIVEN AT THE OFFICE OF 
THE FRENCH SECTION. ENTRANCE FROM 
THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF GALLERY 53. 



Group 139-Sculpture. 

NORTH COURT OF CENTRAL PAVILION— NUMBERS 

1 TO 59 INCLUSIVE. 

THE NUMBERING BEGINS AT THE SOUTH END OF THE SOUTH COURT. 

1, Pompon, Francois (Paris). The Martyr St. Catherine. (Marble bust.) 

3. Ringel, d* Illzach (Paris). Perversity. (Statue in bronze.) 

3. Michel, Gustav (Paris). Aurora. (Statue in plaster.) 

4. Frdrc, Jean (Paris). The Two Pigeons. (Group in bronze.) 

5. Lami, Stanislas (Paris). The First Transgression. (Plaster cast. The 

marble statue of the same belongs to the National Museum, Paris.) 

6. Choppin, Paul-Francois (Paris). A Volunteer of 1776. (Bronze statue.l 

7. Levasseur, Henri-Louis (Paris). The First Born. (Plaster group.) 

8. Hondain, Andred* (Paris). Faun. (Marble statue.) 

9. Cambos, JeazL-Jules (Paris). The Return of Spring. (Marble statue.) 
ID. Bartholom6, Albert (Paris). Little Girl Crying. (Bronze figure. The 

same figure in plaster is numbered 137.) 
IX. Bartholdi, Fr^deric-Auguste (Paris). Washington and Lafayette. 
(Bronze group.) 

12. Maasoulle, Andr6-Arthur-Paul (Paris). An Ancester. (Plaster cast. 

The bronze statue of the same belongs to the city of Paris.) 

13. Fr^miet, Emmanuel (Paris). Man of the Stone Age. (Plaster cast. 

Executed for the Art Institute, Chicago.) 

14. Larche, Raoul (Paris). At the Mirror. (Plaster group.) 

15. Carl6s, Antonin-Jean (Paris). Abel. (Statue in plaster. The original, 

in marble is in the museum of the Luxembourg, Paris.) 
x6. Barrias, Louis-Ernest (Paris). Mozart as a Child. (Plastei cast. Exe- 
cuted for the Chicago Art Institute.) 



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17. Merely, Antonin (Paris). "Even So!" (Plaster cast. Executed for the 

Chicago Art Institute.) 
x8. Fouques, Henri-Amed6e (Paris). "Fox," a Pointer. (Plaster bronzed.) 

19. Becquet, Just (Paris). The Seine at its Source. (Marble statue.) 

20. Rambaud, Pierre (Paris). Agrippa, d* Aubign6. (Statue in bronze from 

cire-perdue.) 

21. Turcan, Jean (Paris). The Blind Man and the Paralytic. (Plaster group.) 

22. Chapu, Henri-Michel-Antonine. Joan of Arc (Plaster cast. Executed 

for the Chicago Art Institute.) 

23. Lanson, Alfred (Paris). The Age of Iron. (Bronze group.) 

24. Astanidres, Clement Comte d' (Paris). A Curious Child. (Marble.) 

25. Lemaire, Hector (Paris). Eclipse of the Moon. (Marble, bas-relief.) 

26. Astani^res, Clement, Comte d' (Paris). Child on a Wave; More Fear 

Than Danger. (Marble.) 

27. Blanchard, Jules (Paris). Tintoret's Daughter. (Marble bust.) 

28. Lemaire, Hector (Paris). Pandora. (Marble bust.) 

29. Lemaire, Hector (Paris). Child and Rose. (Bas-relief in marble.) 

30. Guglielmo, Lang^ (Paris). Study of a Head. (Bust in marble.) 

31. Lemaire, Hector (Paris). Mother Love. (Bas-relief in marble.) 

32. Lemaire, Hector (Paris). La Cigale. (Statuette in marble.) 

33. Lemaire, Hector (Paris). The Task. (Marble bust.) 

34. Rougelet, Benedict (Paris). Hero and Leander. (Plaster group.) 

35. Lemaire, Hector (Paris). Graziella. (Plaster statue.) 

36. Boucher, Alfred (Paris). On the Ground. (Plaster statue.) 

37. Marqueste, Laurent-Honore (Paris). La Cigale (Marble statue.) 

38. Peyrol, Hippolyte (Paris). Protection. (Bronze group.) 

39. Lombard, Henri-Edouard (Paris). Diana. (Plaster statue.) 

40. Cain, Auguste (Paris). Eagle and Vultures Quarreling over a Dead 

Bear. (Bronze group.) 

41. Anglade, Alexandre (Paris). Pro Fide. (Plaster.) 

42. Geoffrey, Adolphe-Louis-Victor (Paris). Tiger and Antelope. (Plaster.) 

43. Rodin, Auguste (Paris). A Citizen of Calais. (Plaster cast. Executed 

for the Chicago Art Institute.) 

44. Cain, Auguste (Paris). Lion Strangling a Crocodile. (Plaster group.) 

45. Marquet De Vasselot, Anatole (Paris). Sculpture of the Renaissance. 

(Marble bust.) 

46. Belin, Joseph (Paris). Toby. (Plaster statue, bronzed.) 

47. Kinsburger, Sylvain (Paris). In Danger. (Plaster group.) 

48. Marqueste, Laurent-Honore (Paris). M. Patenotre, Ambassador of 

France to the United States. (Marble bust.) 

49. Icard, Honore (Paris). The Rights of Man. (Marble group.) * 

50. Aub6, Jean- Paul (Paris). Dante. (Marble statue.) 

51. Mombur, Jean-Ossaye (Paris). An Idyl. (Bronze group.) 

52. Hug^ies, Jean (Paris). CEdipus at Colonna. (Plaster group.) 

IN THE WEST COURT. 

53. Houssin, ^douard-Charles (Paris). In Danger. (Plaster group.) 



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IN PASSAGE LEADING FROM THE WEST COURT TO THE SOUTH 

COURT. 

54. Chatrousse, £mile (Paris). Young Contemporary. (Marble statue.) 

SOUTH COURT. 

55* Cain, Auguste (Paris). Rhinoceros Attacked by Tigers. (Plaster cast. 
Executed for the Chicago Art Institute.) 

56. Paris, Auguste (Paris). The Return, 1793. (Bas-relief in bronze.) 

57. Itasse, Mile. Jeanne (Paris). Egyptian Harpist. (Bronze statue). 

58. Itasse, Adolphe (Paris). Love Conqueror. (Bronze statue). « 

59. Hugus, Jean (Paris). Immortality. (Plaster group.) 

PASSAGE LEADING FROM THE SOUTH COURT TO THE EAST 

COURT. 

60. Larche, Raoul (Paris). Jesus Before the Rabbis. ,( Plaster statue). 

EAST COJJRT. 
6z. Cazin, Mme. Marie (Paris). Two Young Girls. (Group in Bronz6.) 

62. Gravilloo, Arthur de (Paris). Cardinal Foulon, Archbishop of Lyons. 

(Marble bust.) • 

63. LeroiUE, l&tienne (Paris). Young Woman Playing with her Child. 

(Plaster group.) 

64. Delaplanche, Eugene (deceased). Security. (Plaster cast. Executed for 

the Chicago Art Institute.) 

65. Hirou, Ernest (Paris). Hedge Roses. (Terra cotta bust.) 

IN THE ROTUNDA. 

66. Frdmiet, Emmanuel (Paris). The Wounded Dog. (Plaster cast. Executed 

for the Chicago Art Institute.) 

67. Croisy, Aristide (Paris). The Doll's Toilet. (Marble statue.) 

68. Lami, Stanislas (Paris). Danish Hound. (Plaster cast. The original is 

in the Museum of the Luxembourg, Paris.) 

69. Colic, Charles-Alphonse (Paris). Ophelia. (Plaster statue.) 

70. Michel, Gustave (Paris). The Blind Man and the Paralytic. (Plaster 

model. The original group, in bronze, belongs to the city of Paris.) 

71. Durand, Ludovic (Courbevoie). The Caress. (Marble group.) 

72. Bdguine, Michael- Leonard (Paris). The Charmer. (Plaster statue.) 

73. Gandez, Adrien (Neuilly-sur-Seine). The Nymph Echo. (Plaster.) 

74. Bequet, Just (Paris). Faun Playing with a Panther. (Bronze statue.) 

75. Moreau-Vauthier, August in- Jean (Paris). Bacchante. (Marble statue.) 

76. Hannaux, Emmanuel (Paris). Mercury and Bacchus. (Plaster group.) 

77. Marioton, Eugene (Paris). Chactas. (Plaster statue.) 

78. Sanson, Justin Chrysostome (Paris). A Conqueror. (Plaster statue.) 

^. Fosse, Athanase-Th^odore-Fr6deric (Paris). Souvenir of the Night of 

September 4, 1851. (Plaster group.) 

**The ohild had reoeiyed two balls in hit head.'^^TrcTOB Huoo.—iJbfory 0/ a 

OHsM. 
80. Weyl, Mmp. Jenny (Paris). Lucrezia Buti. (Marble bust*) 



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8z. Roubaud, Louis-Auguste (Paris). The Vocation. (Bronze statue.) 

82. Astanidres, Clement Comte d' (Paris). The Frolicsome Boy. (Marble.) 

83. Bdgniine, Michel-Leonard (Paris). David, the Conqueror. (Plaster 

statue.) 

84. Fr^miet, Emmanuel (Paris). Velasquez, 1599-1660. (Plaster.) 

85. Perrey, L^on-Auguste (Paris). Death of Jezebel. (Marble group.) 

86. Chcvr*, Paul (Paris). Cocks Fighting. (Plaster group.) 

87. Peine, Augustin- Pierre-Charles (Paris). Portrait of Mme. C . 

(Plaster bust.) 

88. Ringel, d* Illzach (Paris). A Parisian Woman. (Statue in terra cotta.) 

89. Daillion, Horace (Paris). Modesty. (Marble bust.) 

90. Hannaux, Emmanuel (Paris). Phryne. (Plaster statue.) 

91. Barrias, Louis-Ernest (Paris). The First Burial. (Plaster cast. Exe- 

cuted for the Chicago Art Institute.) 

92. Larroux, Antonin (Paris). Judith. (Plaster statue.) 

93. Soules, Felix (Paris). The Rape of Iphigenia. (Plaster group.) The 

model is the property of the state. 

94. Verlet, Raoul-Charles (Paris). The Grief of Orpheus. (Plaster statue.) 

The same, in bronze, belongs to the city of Paris. 

95. Robert, Eugene (Paris). In the Woods. (Marble group.) 

96. Michel, Gustave (Paris). Fortune Hdlding up her Diadem. (Statuette 

in marble. The statue of which this is the reduction belongs to the 
French Government. 

97. Hugues, Jean (Paris). Woman Playing with her Child. (Marble group.) 

98. Puech, Denys (Paris). The Star. (Marble statuette.) 

EAST PAVILION. 

GALLERY 53. 

99. Houssin, Edouard-Charles (Paris). Portrait of M. Demont-Breton. 

(Bronze bust.) 
xoo. Wcyl, Mme. Jenny (Paris). Fifteen Years. (Bronze bust.) 
xox. Rodin, Auguste (Paris). Portrait of a Man. (Bronze bust.) 
103. Houssin, Edouard-Charles (Paris). Portrait of Mme^ Demont-Breton. 
(Bronze bust.) 

ROTUNDA OF THE EAST PAVILLION (No. 58). 

103. Puech, Denys (Paris). The Siren. (Plaster group.) 

104. Dubois, Paul (Paris). One of Four Figures from the Tomb of Lam- 

orici^re. (Plaster cast. Executed for the Chicago Art Institute.) 

105. Merci^, Antonin (Paris). David, the Victor. (Plaster cast. Executed 

for the Chicago Art Institue.) 
X06. Dubois, Paul (f^aris). One of Four Figures from the Tomb of Lamori- 

ci^re. (Plaster cast. Executed for the Chicago Art Inftitute.) 
X07. Saint-Marceaux, Ren^ de (Paris). Spirit Guarding the Secret of the 

Tomb. (Plaster tast. Executed for the Chicago Art Iiutitute.) 
X08. Dubois, Paul (Paris). One of Four Figured from the Toifib of L^mori- 

ci^re. (Plaster cast. £x«cute<t for the Shi^gO Art Institute.) 



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log, Idrac, Antoine-Jean-Marie. Salainmb6. (Plaster cast. Executed for 

the Chicago Art Institute.) 
no. Dubois, Paul (Paris). One of Four Figures from the Tomb of Lamori- 

ci^re. (Plaster cast. Executed for the Chicago Art Institute.) 

GALLERY 57. 
xxz. Claudel, Mtte. Camille (Paris). Bust of M. Rodin. (Bronze bust) 

IN GLASS CASE, NEAR EAST WALL. 

XZ3. Mombnr, Jean (Paris). La Fayette. (Statuette in bronze, gilded.) 

zi2a. Mombnr, Jean-Ossaye (Paris). Washington. (Statuette in bronze, gilded.) 

1x3. Verlet, Raoul-Charles (Paris.) Head of a Baby. (Marble.) 

1x4. Moreau-Vauthier, Augustin-Jean (Paris). Bacchante. (Ivory bust.) 

1x5. Lanson, Alfred (Paris). Diana. (Statuette in bronze, gilded.) 

xx6, Vaucann, £mile (Paris). A Norman Peasant. (Bas-relief in bronze.) 

XX7. Moreau-Vauthier, Augustin-Jean (Paris). Florentine Head. (Bust in 

ivory and bronze.) 
zx7a. Moreau-Vauthier, Augustin-Jean (Paris). Nereide. (Statuette in ivory.) 
zx8. Colle, Charles- Alphonse (Paris). The Minuet. (Bronze statuette.) 
7x8a. Colle, Charles-Alphonse( Paris). The Minuet. (Bronze statuette.) 

ON A TABLE. 

ZZ9. Meissonier, Jean-Louis-Emest (deceased). A Wounded Horse. (A 

horse which appears in the painting, "The Siege of Paris. ') (Bronze 

from cire-perduet by Bingen.) 
lao. Meissonier, Jean-Louis-Ernest (deceased). The Dancing Muse. Model 

executed for the tapestry in the painting, "The Song." (Bronze from 

cire^erdue, by Bingen.) 
I2Z« Meissonier, Jean-Louis-Emest (deceased). Design for a Fire-Place, in 

the Artist's Studio in the Boulevard Malesherbes, Paris. (Bronze from 

cire-fierdue, by Bingen.) 
Z22. Meissonier, Jean-Louis-Emest (deceased). Duroc. Model executed for 

the painting "1796 — The Italian Campaign,*' the last work upon which 

Meissonier was engaged. (Bronze from cire-Perdue^ by Bingen.) 
za3. Meissonier, Jean-Louis-Emest (deceased). The Herald of Murcia. 

Trumpeter of the time of Louis XIII. (Bronze from cire-perdue^hy 

Bingen.) 
xa4. Meissonier, Jean-Louis-Emest (deceased). Statuette of the Artiol. 

(Bronze, by Vincenzo Gemito, 1878.) 
125. Astanidres, Clement Compte de (Paris). Infantry on the Frontier in 

Fatigue Uniform. 
Z26. Pecon, Jean-William-Henri (Paris). Portrait of M. JE. Boeswillwald. 

(Bronze bust.) 
137. Labatut, Jules- Jacques (Paris). The Oath of Hannibal. (Statuette in 

bronze.) 

GALLERY 56. 

vA. Blaochard, Jul^ (Paris). Head of a Womixi. (Bronze bust.) 
x«^. Itasee, Adolphe (JParis). Head of an 6ld Woman. (Bronze bust) 



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130. Lematre, Hector (Paris). Dream of Love. (Bronze group.) •^ 

131. Bast«t, Victorien-Antoine (Paris). Abandoned. (Bronze statuette.) 

GALLERY 45. 

132. Bonheur, Isidore (Paris). Horseman of Louis XV. (Bronze.) 

133. Astanidres, Clement, Comte d* (Paris). Cavalryman in Campaigning 

Dress. (Bronze.) * 

134. Bonheur, Isidore (Paris). Percheron Horse. (Bronze.) 

135. AstanUres, Clement, Comte d* (Paris). Volunteer of Autun, Cavalry- 

man in Service Dress. (Bronze.) 

136. Bonheur, Isidore (Paris). Jongleur. (Bronze.) 

137. Bartho]om6, Albert (Paris). Little Girl Crying. (Plaster. Same sub- 

ject as No. 12— in bronze.) 
Z33* Raissiguier, ^mile-Paul (Paris). The Young Cupid. (Bronze bust.) 



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Group 140-Oil Paintings. 

EAST PAVILION. 

GALLERY 45. 

NUMBERS 139 TO 190, INCLUSIVE. 

NORTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE EAST SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE. 

139. Courtois, Gustave (Neuilly, Seine). A Fortunate One. 

140. Blanche, Jacques- £ mile (Paris). The Host. 

Z41. Adan, Louis-Em ile (Paris). The Return of the Grape-pickers. 

142. Lep^re, Auguste-Louis (Paris). A Late September Twilight. 

EAST WALL. 

143. Attendu, Ferdinand (Paris). A Corner in a Dairy. 

144. Barillot, L^on (Paris). The Valley of Seulles. 

145. David de Sauzea, Jean (Paris). At the Inn. 

146. Courtois, Gustav (Neuilly, Seine). Portrait of Madame Gauthereau. 

147. Dupr6, Julien (Paris). Valley of the Durdent. 

148. Cagnard, l&mile (Paris). Snow on Montmartre, Paris. 

149. Renard, £mile (Paris). Retreat by Torchlight. 

Z5D. Berton, Paul-!^mile (Paris). White Poplars in the Forest of Fontaine- 
bleau. 

151. Clairin, Georges (Paris). Evening on the Lagoon. 

152. Doucet, Lucien (Paris). Portrait of Mile. M. du M. C. (In Japanese 

costume.) 

153. Jourdeuil, Adrien (Paris). Twilight and October Moon on the Banks 

of the Seine. 

154. Argence, Eugene d' (Paris). Night in the Hamlet of Preval. 

155. Baland, Eugene- Jean (Charley). The Apprentice's Lesson. 

156. Binet, Adolphe (Paris). The Close of Day. 

" SOUTH WALL. 

157. Baudoutn, Paul-Albert (Paris). Portrait of Mr. Elis^e Reclus. 

158. Jeanniot, Pierre-Georges (Paris). A Kitchen-Garden. 

159. All^g^e, Raymond (Paris). Villefranche. 
z6o. Bergeret, Pierre-Denis (Paris). Music. 

z6i. B6raud, Jean (Paris). The Descent from the Cross. 

The cmoifizion is repreflented u if haTing taken place on the hill of Montmartre, 
below-which liee the city of Paris, in the half-light of early morning. 

162. Jeanniot, Pierre-Georges (Paris). Young Woman with a Boa. 
16^ Paradis, Adrien (Paris). Portrait of Hector Berlioz. 



214 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP'x K — FINE ARTS. 

ld4, Priant, t.m\\e (Paris). Portrait of M. Antonin Proust. 

165. Hartux, Ernest-Victor (Grenoble). Valley of the Lyr'at Bagneres- 

de-Luchon. 

166. Banner, Jean. Solitude. 

167. Agachep'Alfred-Pierre (Paris). The Annunciation. 

168. Aubltt, Albert (Paris). The Aged. 

169. Brouillet, Andrtf (Paris.) Portrait of Mile. Darlaud. 

170. Aublet, Albert (Paris). Le F«te Dieu. 

171. Baudouin, Paul- Albert (Paris). Mimosa. 

171. Brunet, Jean (Levallois-Perret). Return of the Wedded Couple. 

WEST WALL. 

173. Adan, Louls-^mile (Paris). Last Rays of the Sun. 

174. Munitfi l&mile (Paris). The Cold Bath. 

175. Afacht, Alfred«Pierre (Paris). Vanity. 

176. Attblet, Albert (Paris). Women on the Seashore. 

177. Agache, Alfred Pierre (Paris). The Witch. 
179. Botttignji £mile (Paris), Combat in a Village. 
179. Weiaxi Adolphe (Paris). The Gallant Hunter. 
l8o« Daitttguei Maxime (Paris). An Anniversary. 
l8l« Axilettei Alexis (Paris). A Huntress. 

l8i, BiiiOtti ^.douard'Louis (Paris). The Ideal. 

ll3. Louitaunau, Louis-Auguste-Georges (Paris). Presontatioa of the 

Standard to Recruits. 
194, Barriaii Felix- Joseph (Paris). The Courtesan* Maria Stella, Sells to the 

Council of Ten the Secret of a Conspiracy. (Venice, 1590.) 
lis* Axiletttti Alexis (Paris). Cupid and Folly. 
Ii6» BarriMi Felix-Joseph (Paris). Returning from the Circumcision»Tangiers. 

NORTH WALL, 

lt7« B«aiiirAia» Armand (Paris). La Planche Baron. 

itt. B^lt, Pierre-Marie (Chennevi^res-sur-Mame). Life Saving from a 

Wreck, 
tl^ BUloH«« Ren€ tParisV Moonrise on the Canal» St Denis. 
ifft. TMraea, £tienne iParisi I>Towsiness. 



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GALLERY 44-OIL PAINTINGS 

NUMBERS 191 TO 228, INCLUSIVE. 

EAST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT SOUTH SIDE OP ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 45. 

191. Demo&t-Breton, Mme. Virginie (Montgeron). Daybreak. 

WfM» Demoat-Breton, Mme. Virginie (Montgeron). In Wonderland. 

193. Dufiknd, Jean-Baptiste (Paris). Portrait of My Mother. 

194. Augnln, Louise-Augustin (Bordeaux). Cape Breton Heath. (Gulf of 

Gascoyne.) 

195. Bourgogne, Pierre (Sevres). Spring Flowers. 

196. Deyrolle, Th6ophile-Louis (Concarneau). Fishers Setting Out, Con- 

cameau. 

197. Zillhardt, Jenny (Paris). Spleen. 

. SOUTH WALL. 

198. Girard, A. (Paris) The Dew. 

199. Debat-Ponsan, Edouard-Bemard (Paris). Noon. 
aoo. Bremont, Jean-Louis (Paris). A Wave. 

aoz. Bramtot, Alfred-Henri (Paris). Job's Comforters. 

202. Breton, Jules-Adolphe (Paris). The " Pardon '* of kergoat 

2Q3* Breton, Jules-Adolphe (Paris). Young Girls Going to the Procession. 

204. Barau, Emile (Neuilly-sur-Seine). In Autumn. 

WEST WALL. 

205. Collin, Raphael (Paris). Portrait of the Artistes Father. 

206. Dantan, Edouard (St. Cloud). A Restoration. 

207. Demont, Adrien Louis (Montgeron). Youth. 

208. Demont-Breton, Mme. Virginie (Montgeron). A Drenching. 

209. Cain, Henri (Paris). At the Louvre Museum. 

210. Bmn, Charles (Paris). The Wife of the Levite of Ephraim. 

211. Boalard, J^mile-Alexandre (Paris). Close of the Mass. 
212* Durst, Auguste (Puteaux). The Siesta — Chickens. 
213. Demont, Adrien-Louis (Montgeron). Lilies. 

214* Breton, Jules-Adolphe (Paris). A Breton Woman. 

2x5. Demont, Adrien-Louis (Montgeron). Winter in Flanders. 

NORTH WALL. 

216. Boutigny, Emile (Paris). Bonaparte in Italy 
2x7. Delance-Feurgard (Paris). In the Garden. 

2x8. Balottzet, Auguste (Lyons). Morning in the Meadows of Riorges. 
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2x9. Damoye, Pierre-Emmanuel (Paris). Breton Wheat Fields 

220. Brispot, Henri (Paris). Returning from a "Pardon'* in Brittany. 

221. Costeau, Georges (Paris). Decorative Panel; A Day in Autumn. 

EAST WALL. 

222. Beauverie, Charles- Joseph (Paris), Sun Piercing the Fog on the Lignon. 

223. Bonnefoy, Henri (Paris). A Family Group. Sheep. 

224. Foubert, Emile (Paris). The Banks of the Seine at Vetheuil. 

225. Doucet, Lucian (Paris). Portrait of Mile. Yvonne L. 

226. Baillet, Ernest (Paris). The First Lights on the Seine. 

227. Benner, Emmanuel (Paris). The Alarm. 

228. Chalon, Louis (Paris). Circe. 



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GALLERY 43-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 229 TO 259, INCLUSIVE. 

EAST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 44. 

Dubuisson, Albert (Paris). The Park at Versailles in Winter. 
290. Jamin, Paul-Joseph (Paris). The Luncheon. 
331. Baschet, Marcel (Paris). Portrait of the Artist's Grandmother. 

232. Zuber, Jean-Henri (Paris). Pasture Land in the Jura. 

233. Busson, Charles (Paris). The Bridge of Lavardin. 

234. Bnsson, Charles (Paris). Old Touraine Quarries. 

SOUTH WALL. 

ass* Bail, Joseph (Paris). Young Scullion Playing with a Cat 
936. Boucher, Alfred-Jean (Paris). The Old Road of Berville. 
337. Bouguereau, William- Adolphe (Paris). Our Lady of the Angels. 
338* Damoye, Pierre-Emmanuel (Paris). Sunset Over the Marshes 
Tremble vif. 

239. Carrier-Belleuse, Louis- Robert (Paris). At the Capstan. 

WEST WALL. 

240. Dargent, Jan (Creac'h Andr€). Breton Night Specters. 
24X« Guignard, Gaston (Paris). Scouts in Flight. 

342. Barillot, Leon (Paris). Train 47. 

243. Bouguereau, William-Adolphe (Paris) The Women at the Tomb. 

244. BeauTcrie, Charles- Joseph (Paris) The Potato Harvest. 

245. Dnsnouliiit Louis (Paris). The Glycine Fetes at Tokia 

246. Ypermaii, Louis (Paris). Saint Cecelia. 

NORTH WALL. 

247. Thomas, Paul (Paris). The First Communion. 

248. Baillet, Ernest (Paris). September Morning on the Seine. 

249. Collin, Raphael (Paris). Youth. 

250. Avril, E. H. (Paris) Summer. 

251. Bompard, Maurice (Paris). Entrance of Old Chetma, Oasis, near Biskra. 

252. Bourgeois, Eugfene-Victor (Neuilly-sur-Seine). Fishermen's Hut. 

EAST WALL. 

253. Gilbert, Victor-Gabriel (Paris). The Horoscope. 

254. Achille-Cesbron (Paris). Sleep Flowers. 

255. Baschet, Marcel (Paris). Portrait of Mademoiselle X. 

256. Binet, Victor-Barth61emy (Paris). Paris from the Gentilly Quarries. 

257. Fleury, Mme. Fanny (Paris). A Young Girl. 

258. Delobbe, Francois-Alfred (Paris). Breakfast After the Bath. j 
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NUMBERS 260 TO 299, INCLUSIVE. 

NORTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE WEST END OF THE WALL 

a6o. GerveZy Henri (Paris). Portrait of Doctor^vans. 

a6i« Perrety Aim^ (Paris). Distribution of Prizes. 

262. R^alier-Dumas (Paris) Luncheon Under the -Trees. 

263. Bonnat, L^on-Joseph-Florentine (Paris). Portrait of Ernest Renan. 

264. Tanzi, L6on (Paris). Spring. 

265. Veyrassatf Jules- Jacques (Paris). The Last Load of Wheat. 

266. Datet-Ponsanp £. (Paris) In My Greenhouse. 

267. Sautai, Paul-£mile (Paris). Meditation. 

EAST WALL. 

268. Tmchet, Abel (Paris). Place de la Concorde, Paris. 

269. Landelle, Charles (Paris). Young Girl of Tougourth, Algiers. 

270. Dawanti Albert-Pierre (Paris). Close of the Mass. 

271. Henner, Jean- Jacques (Paris). Lola. 

272. Henner, Jean- Jacques (Paris). Slumber. 

273. Henner, Jean-Jacques (Paris). Portrait of the Artist's Brother. 

274. Roger-Jourdain (Paris). Yachting. 

275. Maillart, Diog6ne-Ulysse (Paris). Joan of Arc Listening to the Voices. 

276. Deully, Eug^ne-Auguste- Francois (Paris). Dreams and Facts. 

277. Monginot, Charles (Paris). The First Prize. 

278. Guillemet, Antoine J. B. (Paris) The Bay of St. Vaast. 

279. Lessore, Henri-^mile. The Modest Mother. 

280. Gervex, Henri (Paris). Mignon. 

28X. Genrex, Henri (Paris). Portrait of Mile. B. 

2i82. Charpentier, Gaston (Paris). A Stolen Kiss. 

283. L«ttg€e, Desire-Francois (Paris). The Day of the Poor. 

284. LeCamns, Louis (Paris). The Seashore at Cape Martin. 

SOUTH WALL.. 

285. Delance, Paul-Louis (Paris). Decorative Panel: Water. 

286. Rosset-Granger (Paris). Young Girl Chasing Butterflies. 

287. Glaize, Auguste-Barth^lemy (Paris). The Blind Man and the Paralytic. 

288. Lebayle, Charles (Paris). The Shepherd and the Sea. (Decorative paneL) 
2B9. Billotte, Ren^ (Paris). Winter Sun at the Courcelles Gate. 

290. Foumiefi Hippolyte (Paris). The Convalescent Young Mother. 



PRANCE— OIL PAINTINGS. 219 

WEST WALL. 

jgi. Blariniis, Michel (Paris). A Pastel Painter. 

292. Qnost, Ernest (Paris). My Birds. 

993. Pelonse, Leon-Germain (deceased). Street of Avanne (Doubs). 

994. Pujol, Paul (Paris). The Place de L'Institut, Paris. 

995. B<Mmat, L^on-Joseph-Florentin (Paris). Portrait of Cardinal Lavigerie. 
396. Aubert, Ernest- Jean (Pans). Love's Captives. 

297. Doucet, Luci en (Paris). Skaters. 

998. Baran, j^mile (Neuilly-sur-Seine). The Rouazes. 

999. Rojer, Lionel (Paris). Cupid and Psyche. 



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NUMBERS 300 TO 341. INCLUSIVE. 

WEST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT NORTH SIDE OP ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 55. 

300. DanUn, ^douard (St. Cloud). The Poor People. 

XUoBtFating La Legend dee aiecles by Yictob Hugo. 

301. Franzini, D'lssoncourt, Charles-Henry-Michel (Paris). Portrait of the 

Countess de . 

302. Yarz, Edmond (Paris). A Spring Morning, near Paris. 

303. Carolus-Duran, £mile-Auguste (Paris). Portrait of Madame A , 

304. Guay, Gabriel) Paris). The Little Cardinal 

305. Jan*Monchablon, Ferdinand (Paris). Meadows and Woods. 

NORTH WALL. 

306. Otemar, £douard d* (Paris). Corner in a Studio. 

307. Dumaresq, Charles- l&douard-Armand (Paris). Napoleon Asleep in a 

Hut. 

308. Noirot, £mile (Roanne. The Loire at the Falls of Perron. 

309. Glaize, Pierre-Paul-L^on (Paris), Lucia, the Italian. 

310. Carolus-Duran, ]£mile-Auguste (Paris). Portrait of Madame J. H b 

31X. Chaigneau, Jean-Ferdinand (Paris). A Summer Evening. 

312. Fath, R6ne-Maurice (Paris). A Swamp in April. 
3x3. Friant, l^mile (Paris). Shadows Lifted. 

EAST WALL. 

3x4. Pelouse, The late L^on Germain. The Mill of Chatel-Cuzance 

(Doubs). 
3x5. Kreutzer, Alexandre-Ferdinand (Marlotte). Forest of the Deluge, Fon- 

tainebleau. 

3x6. Carolus-Duran, 6mile-Auguste (Paris). Portrait of Madame G. F . 

3x7. Dardoize, £mile (Paris). The Spring. 

3x8. Bonnefoy, Adrien (Paris). The Nativity. 

3x9. Thurner, Gabriel (Paris). My Start in Hunting. 

320. Sain, ;^douard (Paris). Dreaming. • 

32X. Gnignery, Gustave-Alfred (Paris). Snow on the Plateau of the Fairies* 

Pool, Fontainebleau. 

322. Ferrier, Gabriel (Paris). Portrait of Mile O. 

323. Fcrrier, Gabriel (Paris). The Guardian Angel. 

324. Vimont, fedouard (Paris). The Death of Archimedes. 

325. Saintin, Henri (Paris). Portrait of Professor Charcot. 

326. Roy, Marius (Paris). Zouaves and Foot Soldiers on Duty. 



FRANCE— OIL PAINTINGS. 221 

SOUTH WALL. 

327. Saint-Germier, Joseph (Paris). Holy Week at Seville. 

328. David-Niliet, Germain (Paris). October. 

329. Duez, Ernest Ange (Paris). The Wave. 

330. DueZy Ernest Ange (Paris). A Parisienne in Ball Costume. 

331. Thys, Gaston (Paris). Bather. 

332. Quost, Ernest (Paris). Decorative Panel, Laurels. 

333. Duez, Ernest Angd (Paris). Jesus Walking on the Water. 

334. Ga^liardini, Julian Gustav (Paris). High Noon in Provence. 

WEST WALL. 

335. Weerts, Jean-Joseph (Paris). The Muscadine Hero. 

336. Sain, tdouard (Paris). The Old Peasant. 

337. LcBwe-Marchand (deceased), Myrrha. (See Dante*s Inferno.) 

338. Nozal, Alexandre (Paris). Wheat Shocks near Lecuyer Farm, ]l£tretat. 

339. Machardy Jules (Paris). Ready for the Garden Party. 

340. Rousain, Georges (Paris). A Portrait. 

341. Kreider, Alexis (Paris). Fruit. 



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GALLERY 53-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 342 TO 385, INCLUSIVE. 

WEST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE NORTH SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE PROM GALLERY 64. 

34a. Sain, Paul-Jean-Marie (Paris). The Chalky Road near Avignon. 

343. Jolyet, Phillippe, (Bayonne). Mignon. 

344. Rozier, Dominique (Paris). A Fisherman's Yard at Dieppe. 

345. Rocfaegrosse, Georges (Paris). The Affianced. 

346. Tattegrain, Francis (Paris). Worm Hunters at Daybreak. 

347. Martin, Jean-Guillaume-Henri (Paris). A Young Saint. 

NORTH WALL. 

348. Gttillon, Eug^e-Antoine (Paris). Portrait of M. G. A. £ 

349. Eliot, Maurice (Paris). Life in the Fields. 

350. Girard, Firmin (Paris). Guests at a F£te on a Bressau Farm 
352. Moreau, Adrien (Paris). The Bath. 

352. Weber, Th^odor (Paris). Flessingue, Holland. 

353. Morot, Nicolas-Aim6 (Paris). £1 Bravo Toro. Property of the Corcoran 

Art Gallery, Washington, D. C. 

354. Saubes, Daniel-L^on (Paris). Marat, Friend of the People. 

355. Le Blant, Julien (Paris). The Return of the Regiment. 

356. Rondel, Henri (Paris). Portrait of James Gordon Bennett. 

357. Bouchor, Joseph-F^lix (Paris). ApriL 

358. Wencker, Joseph (Paris). Basilissa. 

EAST WALL. 

359. VuiUefroy, F^lix de (Paris). In the Basque Country. 

360. Iwill, Marie-Joseph (Paris). November Evening. 

361. VuiUefroy, Felix de (Paris). Winter Pastures. 

362. Perret, Marius (Paris). The Smala of Taadmit, South Algeria* 

363. Saint-Germier, Joseph (Paris). Close of a Bull Fight at Seville. 

364. Gautier, Amand (Paris). Still Life. 

365. Guillemet, J. B. Antoine (Paris). The Loing at Moret 

366. VuiUefroy, F^lix de (Paris). An Inn in Old CastiUe. 

367. Montenard, Frederic On the Brink of the Well. 

368. Petitjean, Edmond (Paris). Village in Champagne. 

SOUTH WALL. 

369. Chaigneau, Jean-Ferdinand (Paris). Moonhse. 

370. Lemaire, Mme. Madeleine (Paris). The Fairies* Car. (Decorative panel) 

371. Lagrade, Pierre (Paris). Tht Close of Day. 



FRANCE — OIL PAINTINGS, 223 

573. Lagrade, Pierre (Paris). The Habitation. 

373. Leloir, Maurice (Paris). Manon Lescaut. 

374. Jacob, Stephen (Paris). Bathers. 

375. Leroy, D*£tiolles, Mme. Helen (Paris). Diana. 

376. Bail, Jean-Antoine. In the Cellar. 

WEST WALL. 

377. Wencker, Joseph (Paris). Portrait of a Young Woman. 

378. Petitjean, Edmond (Paris). Landscape in Lorraine. 

379. Pointelin, Auguste-Emmanuel (Paris). Black Mountain. 
3B0. Pointelin, Auguste Emmanuel (Paris). A June Morning. 
3l8z. Pointelin, Auguste Emmanuel (Paris). An October Evening. 

382. Zuber, Jean-Henri (Paris). Under the Beeches; Forest of Fontainebleau. 

383. Montenard, Frederic. Under the Arbor. 

384. Montzaigle, Edgard de (Paris). Five O'clock. 
3S5. Saint- Pierre, Gaston-Casimir (Paris). Saadia. 



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GALLERY 57.— OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 386 TO 421. INCLUSIVE. 

EAST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT SOUTH SIDE OF ENTRANCE FROM THE ROTUNDA. 

386. DardoUe, ]l£mile (Paris). The Last Rays. 

387. Lemaire, Mme. Madeleine (Paris). Prunes. 

388. Galerne, Prosper (Paris). Valley of the Loire at Chateaudun. 

389. Bordes, Ernest (Paris). Le Laminoir, (View in an Iron (rolling) Mill; 

SOUTH WALL. 

390. Delacroix, Henri Eugene (Paris). Sea Birds and Wave. 

391. Gilbert, Ren6 (Paris). The Fisherman. 

393. GroUeron, Paul (Paris). A Capture in 1798. 

392. Fonvietlei Ulric de (Paris). An Eclipse of the Moon. 

394. Lamy, P. Franc (Paris). Flowery Spring. 

395. Buland, Eugene- Jean (Charly). Propagandizing. 

396. Berthelon, Eugene (Paris). A Port Life-boat Saving Men from the 

Boat Pauline, Wrecked on the Rocks near Grain val. 

397. N6moz, J. B. Augustin (Paris). On the Brink of the Abyss. 

398. Japy, Louis (Paris). An October Evening in the Somme Valley. 

WEST WALL. 

399. Moreau-De Tours, Georges (Paris). Morphiamania. 

400. Bourgain, Gustave (Paris). Return on Board. 

401. Dameron, £mile-Charles (Paris). Growing Flowers on the Cape of 

Antibes, February. 

402. Gilbert, Victor-Gabrief( Paris). Good Fishing. 

403. Surand, Gustav (Paris). An Annam Tiger. 

404. Dieterle, Georges-Pierre (Paris). The Calvary at Criquebeuf. 

405. Bertrand, Paulin (Paris). Morning on the Seashore. 

406. Bourgonnier, Claude (Paris). The Temptation of Saint Anthony. 

407. DeLort, Charles (Paris). The Hussars of Pichegru Capturing the 

Dutch Fleet in the Zuyder-Zee, in 1793. 

*'WhiIe in th^ strait* between the Island of Tezel and the mainland, the Dntch fleet 
was frozen fast in the ice, and thns became an easy prey to the captors.** 

NORTH WALL. 

408. Fouace, Guillaume Romain (Paris). Fish. 

409. Guillen, Alfred (Paris). "My Little Brother." 

440. Umbricht, Honor6 (Paris). In the Mountains (Vosges). 
41 z. Durst, Auguste (Puteaux sur-Seine). Turkeys. 



FRANCE — OIL PAINTINGS. 225 

4xa;. Collin, Raphel (Paris). On the Sea Coast. 

413. Chigoty Eugfene (Valenciennes). Evening at Berck-sur-Mer, 

4x4. Nozal, Alexandre (Paris). In the Bay of Mont Saint-Michd 

4x5. Couturier, L^on (Paris). At the Capstan, "Heave Round." 

4x6. Perrault, L6on (Paris). The Young St. John. 

4x7. Martin, Jean-Guillaume-Henri (Paris). Falsehood. 

EAST WALL. 

4x8. Alldgre, Raymond (Paris). The Old Port, Marseilles. 

4x9. Gneldry, Joseph-Ferdinand (Paris). The City Laboratory, Paris. 

420« Conrant, Maurice-Francis-Auguste (Poissy). A Coming Storm. 

42X. Ponrie, Albert (Paris). Spring. 



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GALLERY 56.— OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 422 TO 456, INCLUSIVE. 

WEST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT NORTH SIDE OF ENTRANCE FROM THE ROTUNDA. 

422. Marais, Adolphe. Returning Home. 

NORTH WALL. 

423. Le Poittevin, Louis (Paris). The Road of La Courtine. 

424. Sinibaldi, Paul (Paris). The Daughter of the Rajahs. 

425. Sinibaldi, Paul (Paris). Salammbd. 

426. Bonheur, Rosa (Thomery). The King of the Forest. 

427. Le Liepure, Maurice (Paris). The Fishing Party. 

428. Yvon, Adolphe (Paris). Portrait of M. Carnot, President of the French 

Republic. 

429. Lanrens, Jean-Paul (Paris). Christopher Columbus 

430. Bouguereau, William-Adolphe (Paris). The Wasp's Nest. Lent by Mr. ^ 

Charles T. Yerkes, Chicago. 
43X. Leenhaxdt, Max (Paris). Mary Magdalen. 

432. Godin, Francoise-Augustine-Marguerite (Paris). A Symphony in White. 
433* Dauphin, Eugene (Paris). The Iphigenia in the Roadstead of Toulon. 

. EAST WALL. 

434. Flameag, Fran9ois (Paris). The Flight Into Egypt. (Tryptich.) 

435. Quinton, Clement (Paris). Coming Out of the Quarry. 

436. Lecomte, Victor, LaVarenne-St.-Hilaire. The First Heir. 

437. Lemaire, Mme. Madeleine (Paris). The Fall of the Leaves. 

438. Claude, Eugene (Paris). A Parisian Voiture. — Flowers. 

439. Le Poittevin, Louis (Paris). On the Beach. 

440. DeLort, Charles-Edouard (Paris). The Recruiting Officer., Eighteenth 

century. Lent by Boussod, Valadon & Co., New York. 
442. Fiameng, Francois (Paris). Target Practice in the Trenches at Dieppo> 
Lent by Boussod, Valadon & Co., New York. 

442. Binet, Adolphe (Paris). The Lovers. 

443. Bernier, Camilla (Paris). Pines at Kerlagadic, Brittany. 

SOUTH WALL. 

444. Layraud, Joseph*Fortun^ (Valenciennes). Portrait of Liszt, painted 

at Rome, 1869. 

445. Girardot, Louis-Auguste (Paris). The Nomads. , 

446. Muenier, Jules-Alexis (Paris). Fine Days. 

447* Pesant, Aymar (Paris), The Road to Vj^udancourt, Cattle* 



FRANCE — OIL PAINTINGS. 22/ 

448. Roll, Alfred-Philippe (Paris). Women on the Grass. 

449. Roll, Alfred-Philippe (Paris). Trotting. A Portrait. 

450. Chlgot, Eugene (Valenciennes). The Interrupted Fishing, 

451. Martin, Jean-Guillaume-Henri (Paris). Spring. 

452. Roll. Alfred- Philippe (Paris). Young Girls. 

453. Latouche, Gaston (Saint Cloud). A Feast Day. 

454. Cain, Georges- Jules-Auguste (Paris). A Barricade m 1830. 

455. Pcrrct, Aim6 (Paris). The Old Shepherd. 

WEST WALL. 

456. Leroy, Paul-Alexander-Alfred (Paris). The Blind Man of Jericho. 






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GALLERY 52-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 457 TO 499. INCLUSIVE. 
WEST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT NORTH SIDE OF ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 53 

457. Ra£Eai&lli, Jean-Francois (Paris). The Grandfather, 

458. Saint-Pierre, Gaston-Casimir (Paris). Soudja Sari. 

459. Richet, L^on (Paris). The Plairi of Moret, near Fontainebleau. 

460. Ra£Eaelli, Jean-Francois (Paris). The Peasants of Plougasnou, Brittany. 
46X. Rafikelli, Jean-Francois (Paris). In the Plain, Horses on the Road 

462. Berteauz, Hippolyte (Paris). Return of a Deserter. 

NORTH WALL. 

463. Rigoiot. Albert-Gabriel (Paris). Snow in the _ orest of Fontainebleau. 

464. Robert- Flcury, Tony (Paris). Under Louis XVI. 

465. Aman-Jean, Edmond (Paris). In Sicily. 

466. Wencker, Joseph (Paris). Portrait of M. Boulanger, Iron Master. 

467. Benjamin-Constant, Jean- Joseph (Paris). The Triumph of Christopher 

Columbus. 

468. Hirsch, Auguste-Alexandre (Paris). Moorish W^oman at a Tomb. 

469. La Villette, Mme. l^lodie (Lorient). The Sea, Port Blanc, Quiberon. 

470. Robert-Fleury, Tony (Paris). Portrait of T. Robert- Fleury. 

471. Aman-Jean, Edmond (Paris). Venice. 

472. Saintin, Jules-£mile (Paris). Reverie. 

EAST WALL. 

473. Laroche, Amand (Paris). The Compa'^t of Faust. 

474. Gigouz, Jean (Paris). A Reaper. 

475. Feycn, Eugene (Paris). The Cancale egatta. 

476. Courant, Maurice-Francis-Auguste (Poissy). The Harbor of Saint Gu^n- 

ole. 

477. Rochegrosse, Georges (Paris). The Spoil. 

478. Gigouz, Jean (Paris). Portrait of M. A. Caubert. 

479. Priou, Louis (Paris). Satyr at Bay. 

480. Gorguet, Auguste-Fran^ois (Paris). Contemplation. 

481. Caraud, Joseph (Paris). The Grandmother. 

482. Bramtot, Alfred-Henri (Paris). The First Communion. 

483. Maignan, Albert (Paris). William the Conqueror. 

484. Rachou, Henri (Paris). Before Five O'clock. 

485. Jacomin, Marie-Ferdinand (St. Germain). Landscape. 

486. Luminais, ^variste-Vital (Paris). The Hunters: Sixteenth century. 

487. Tissot, James (Paris). The Prodigal Son— The Departure. 



FRANCE — OIL PAINTINGS 229 

Tbsot, James (Pans). The Prodigal Son — In a Foreign Land. 

489. Tissot, James (Paris). The Prodigal Son— The Return. 

490. Tissot, James (Paris). The Prodigal Son— The Fatted Calf. 

491. Surand, Gustav (Paris). St. George and the Dragon. 

492. Maignan, Albert (Paris). The Birth of the Pearl. 

493. Tniph^me, Auguste (Paris). A Singing Lesson in a Public School in 

PaVis. 

WEST WALL. 

494. Abbema, Louise (Paris). Japan. 

495. Thesmar, Fernand (Ntuilly-sur-Seine). Golden Pheasant and Butterfly. 

(Design for cloisonne.) 

496. Thesmar, Fernand (Neuilly-sur-Seine). Golden Pheasant and Various 

Plants. (Design for cloisonne.) 

497. Thesmar, Fernand (Neuilly-sur-Seine.) Duck, Iris and Lilies. (Design 

for cloisonne.) 

498. Dubufe, G. fils (Paris). The Ant. 

499. Mousset, Pierre-Joseph (Saint-Mand&). The Toilet. 



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GALLERY 5L— OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 500 TO 533, INCLUSIVE. 
WEST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT NORTH SIDE OP ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 52. 

500. Jan-Monchablon, Ferdinand (Paris). The Flowery Way. 
50X. Bonheur, Rosa (Thomery). The Stampede. Property of M. Gambard, 
Counsul-General of Spain at Nice. 

502. Moutte, Alphonse (Marseilles). Entrance to the Harbor of Marseilles. 

503. Rizens, Andr6 (Paris). Don Juan in Hell. 

NORTH WALL. 

504. Muraton, Louis (Paris). Ready for the Ball. 

505. Chaperon, Eugene (Paris). The Bath of the Regiment. 

506. Laurens, Jean-Paul (Paris). The Seven Troubadours. 

507. Besnard, Paul-Albert (Paris). Two Ponies Harassed by Flies. 

508. Rongpier, Mile. Jeanne (Paris). Portrait of Madame Alexandre Nozal 

and her Son. 

509. Goeneutte, Norbert (Paris). The Morning Soup. 

EAST WALL. 

510. Brest, Fabius (Paris). The Rialto Bridge, Venice. 
51 X. Burgkau, Mile, Berthe (Paris). The Widow. 

51a. Moteley, Jules-Georges (Paris). Old Washing Place at Cltfcy, Nor- 
mandy. 

513. Chartran, Theobald (Paris). Portrait of His Holiness, Pope Leo XIII. 

5x4. Yon, Edmond-Charles (Paris). A Cross in the Downs of Camiers-sur-Mer. 

515. Dupain, Edmond-Louis (Paris). The Passerby. 

516. Paris, Camille (Paris). Ancient Gate of the Tiber at Rome. 

517. Glaize, Pierre- Paul- L6on (Paris). A Signal. 

SOUTH WALL. 

5x8. Wccrts, Jean- Joseph (Paris). Portrait of Boucher-CadarL 

519. Gagliardini, Julien-Gustave (Paris). A Misty Morning. 

530. Wcerts, Jean- Joseph (Paris), Portrait of Firm in JaveL 

521. Flameng, Francois (Paris). Portrait of Madame X. 

522. Delacroix, Henri-Eugfene (Paris). The Enchanting Hour. 

523. Lhermitte, L6on (Paris). Harvesters at Rest Property of the Bu£Ealo 

Fine Arts Academy, Buffalo, New V^ork. 



FRANCE — OIL PAINTINGS. 23 1 

534. Dubufe, G. fils (Paris). A Nest. Portraits of Children. . 

525. La Haye, Alexis-Marie (Nimes). The Little Claude, A Provencal Interior. 

536. Muenier, Jules- Alexis (Paris). On the Bridge, 

WEST WALL. 

527. Goubie, Jean-Richard (Paris). Through the Woods. 

528. Bergeret, Pierre-Dennis (Paris). War, Art, Religion. (Still-life.) 

529. Quignoa, Fernand-Just (Paris). The Plain in Twilight. 

530. Rosset-Granger (Paris). The Stray. 

532. Barrias, Felix- Joseph (Paris). The Narghileh. Georgian and Circas- 
sian. 
532. Biva, Henri (Paris). Tremier Roses, Place de Versailles. 
533* Gosteltn, Charles (deceased). Landscape. 



232 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP't K — FINE ARTS. 



GALLERY 50.-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 534 TO 562, INCLUSIVE. 

WEST WALL. 

BEGINNING OVER THE ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 51. 

534. Bartholom^, Albert (Paris). Hunting the Slipper. 

535. Binet, Victor-Barth^lemy (Paris). The Pont des Arts, Paris. 
5j6. Lnnois, Alexandre (Paris). The Last Rays of the Sun. 

537. Maignan, Albert (Paris). The Siren's Couch. 

538. Deully, Eugene- A uguste-Fran^ois (Paris). Venus Wounded. 

539. Eliot, Maurice (Paris). In the Fields. 

540. Flameng, Auguste (Paris). Fishers of Cancale. 

NORTH WALL. 

542. Perrault, L6on (Paris). A Mother. 

542. Valadon, Jules-Emmanuel (Paris). Mater Dolorosa. 

543. Thiollet, Alexandre (Paris). Mouth of the Seine, at Villerville, Calvados 

(Normandy). 

544. Mathey, Paul (Paris). A First Proof. 

545. Le Senechal De Kerdr^ret, Gustave-Edmond (Paris). Cancalaise 

Women Returning from the Oyster Beds After a Storm. 

546. Michel, Marius (Paris). Photographing a Mummy. 

547. Girardot, Louis- Auguste (Paris). Happy are They Who Die in the 

Lord. 

548. Fcrrier, Gabriel (Paris). Portrait of Jules Claretie. 

549. Delpy, Camille (Paris). Washerwomen at Sunrise. 

EAST WALL. 

550. Laug^e, Georges (Paris). In the Springtime of Life. 

551. Frappa, Jos6 (Paris). The Return of the Missionary. 

552. Morion, Antoine-Paul-fimile (Paris). The Struggle for Life. 

553. Fourie, Albert (Paris). In the Sunshine. 

554. Isembart, l^mile, Besan^on-Bcauregard. On the Banks of the Doubs. 

555. Thirion, Eug^ne-Romain (Paris). "The Boats do not Return." 

556. Quignon, Femand-Just (Paris). Moyettes. 

557. Lahaye, Alexis-Marie (Nimes). Lookin out into an Olive Grove on a 

Summer Evening. 

SOUTH WALL. 

558. Zuber, Jean Henri (Paris). Evening Mist. 

559. Peyrol-Bonheur, Mme. Juliette (deceased). Cattle on the Bluffs. 

560. Dubufe, G, fils. (Paris). The Virgin's House. 

561. Olive, Jean-Baptiste (Paris). The Isle of Maire, near Marseilles. 

562. Rigolot, Albert-Gabriel (Paris). The Banks of the Doubs. 



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GALLERY 49.-OIL PAINTINGS 



NUMBERS 563 TO 605. INCLUSIVE. 
SOUTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE WEST SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE PROM GALLERY 50. 

563. Nardi, Francois (Paris). The Mistral Blowing on the Sea. 

564. Scherrer, Jean-Jacques (Paris). Duval d'Espr^m^nil Mobbed by the 

Populace; 1788. 

565. Carrier-BelJeuse, Louis-Robert (Paris). Design for Vases. 

566. Carrier-Belleuse, Louis-Robert (Paris). Design for Vases. 

567. Rouillard, Marie-Marcel (Paris). Design for a Stained-glass Window 

for the Cathedral of Chalons. 

WEST WALL. 

568. Moutte, Alphonse (Marseilles). In the Sunshine. 

569. Merlot, l^mile-Justin (Paris). Herds in the Marshes of the Somme 

570. Flameng, Auguste (Paris). A Dock at Antwerp 
572. Marais, Adolphe. The Saul6e. 

572. Lucasi F61ix-Hippolyte (Paris). The Virgin's Thread. 

573. Delacroix, Henry-Eugene (Paris), Awakening. 

574. Dttlac, Charles (Paris). The Fish Market. 

575. Krug, ^douard (Paris). CEdipus and Antigone. 

576. Tavernier, Paul (Paris). Huntsman Blowing the Retreat from the 

Water. 

577. Clary, Eugene (Paris). The Reader. 

578. Vauthier, Pierre-Louis (Paris). At a Ffite on the Esplanade of the 

Invalides. 

579. Garaud, Gustave-Cesaire (Paris). The Sluice. 

580. Claude, Jean-Maxime (Paris). Cross Purposes. 

581. Duverger, Th6ophile-Emmanuel (l^couen). Intemperance. 

582. Mottei Henri-Paul (Neuilly-sur-Seine). The 10th of August, 1792. 

583. Fr^re, Carles-^douard (Paris). A Market at Sarcelles. 

NORTH WALL. 

584. Pelouse, L^on-Germain (deceased). The Mill of Chatel-Cuzance (Doubs). 

585. Fournier, Louis-^douard. Washington and His Mother. 

586. Picard, Louis (Paris). A Portrait. 

587. Moreau-dc-Tours, Georges (Paris). Camot at Wattignies. 

588. Luminais, Mme. H^l^ne (Paris). Decorative Figure, Erato. 

589. L^vy, Henri-Leopold (Paris). The Death of Eurydice, 



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EAST WALL. 

590. Lominais, Evariste-Vital (Paris). The End of a Romancel 

582. P^raire, The late Paul (Paris). Buckwheat in Bloom, Banks of the Loire. 

592. Rosset-Granger, E. (Paris). Evening at a F6te in Provence 

593. Muenier, Jules-Alexis (Paris). Algerian Women on the Housetop 

594. Richemont, Alfred- Paul-Marie de (Paris). Sacrifice. 

595. Gelibert, Jules-Bertrand (Cape Breton). A Wild Boar Hunt. 

596. * Moyse, ]£douard (Paris). The Arrival at the Synod. 

597. Leloir, Maurice (Paris). Fleeing Protestants, 1685. 

598. Loustaunau, Louis-Auguste-Georges (Paris). Bridge Work at BoiigivaL 
599* Hermann, L6ou Charles (Paris). Boar on the Farm. 

600. Paris, Alfred (Paris). In Full Flight. 

60X. ZwiUer, Auguste (Paris). A Lesson in the Institute for Blind Children 
at Ilzach. 

602. La Touche; Gaston (Saint-Cloud). Strike of the Miners. 

SOUTH WALL. 

603. Lhermitte, L^on-Augustin (Paris). The Friend of the Lowly. 

604. Ronot, Charles (Paris). The Dead Conversing in the Other World. 

605. Thirioo, Eug^ne-Romain (Paris). Cupid and Psyche. 



FRANCE — WATER COLORS, CHALK, CHARCOAL, ETC. 235 



Groups 141 and 144— Water 
Colors, Pastels, Etc. 



GALLERY 48 — ^NUMBERS 606 TO 691, INCLUSIVE. 



HEREIN ARE INCLUDED THE SPECIAL EXHIBITS OF THE FRENCH SOCIETY OF 
AQUARELLISTS AND THE FRENCH SOCIETY OF PASTE LLISTS. 

PASTELS. 

SOUTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE EAST END OF THE WALL. 

606. Lagarde, Pierre (Paris). Evening at Vieux-Moulin. 

607. Cazin, Mnie. Marie (Paris). Meditation. 

608. Jeanniot, Pierre George (Paris). Moonrise. 

609. Bellanger, Camille-F^lix (Paris). Portrait of Mme. B. 
6x0. Dubufe, Guillaume fils (Paris). Kakemono — "Winter." 

611. Glaize, Auguste Barth^lemy (Paris). The First Steps. (Oil painting.) 

6x2. La Touche (Saint Cloud). The Perfume of Flowers. 

6x3. Nozal, Alexandre (Paris). The Sea at Etretat: 

614. Dubufe, Guillaume (Paris). Slumber. 

615. Rafiaelli, Jean Fran^oi^ (Paris). Flowers and Fruit. 

616. Raffaelli, Jean Francois (Paris). Neapolitan Fruit Seller and Donkey. 

617. Tissot, James (Paris). Portrait of Miss C. 

WEST WALL. 

6x8. Montenard, Fr^d^ric (Paris). The Pont de Gard, Provence. 

6x9. Billotte, Ren6 (Paris). A Bastion. Vicinity of Paris, 

6ao. Blanche, Jacques-6mile (Paris). The Awakening of the Little Princess. 

62X. Nozaly Alexandre (Paris). Ice Gorge in the Seine. 

622. Pointelin, Auguste- Emanuel (Paris). An Oak, Twilight effect. 

623. Moreau, Adrien (Paris). A Shepherd. 

624. l^osset-Granger, l^douard (Paris). Nocturne. 

625. Billotte, Ren^ (Paris). Moonrise, Quarries of Saint Denis. 

626. Jeanniot, Pierre Georges (Paris). A Reader. 

627. Cazin, Mme. Marie (Paris). Summer. 

628. Nozal, Alexandre (Paris). Moonlight. 

629. Billotte, Ren6 (Paris). Twilight Road of St. Medard-en-Jallet 



236 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP'r K — FINE ARTS. 

630. Eliot, Maurice (Paris). Sitting for a Portrait. 

631. Montenard, Fr^d^ric (Paris). Alpine Regiment on the Road in Provence. 

632. Cav6, Jules-Cyrille (Paris). A Martyr in the Roman Catacombs. (Qil 

painting.) 

WATER COLORS. 

633. Tenr6, Henri (Paris). Church of St. Remy, Rheims. 

634. Tenr6, Henri (Paris). Confidence. 

635. Tenr6, Henri (Paris). The Well. 

636. Bonnefoy, Adrien-Adolphe (Paris). The Water Color Painter. 

637. Penne, Oliver de (Paris). Gordon Setters. 

638. Claude, Georges (Paris). Adoration of the Cross, Good Friday at 

Monte-Cassino, Italy. 

639. Roullet, Gaston (Paris). The Old Port of Toulon. 

640. Courant, Maur ice-Francois- A uguste (Poissy). The Fish Tank, Con- 

cameau. 

641. Zuber, Jean Henri (Paris). Garden of the Tuilleries. 

642. Moreau, Adrien (Paris). A Game of Chess. 

643. Boutet-de-Monvel, Maurice (Paris). Salome. 

644. Dubufe, Guillaume (Paris). Mile. Baretta as Celia. 

645. Dubufe, Guillaume (Paris). Gabrielle. 

646. Dubufe, Guillaume (Paris). The Adventuress. 

647. Dubufe, Guillaume (Paris). Madam Plessis as Clorinda. 

648. Bethune, Gaston (Paris). The Cathedral at Antwerp. 

649. Tcnr6, Henri (Paris). The Secret. 

650. Roullet^ Gaston (Paris). A Valley. 

651. Moreau, Adrien (Paris). The Confession. 

652. Boutat-de-Monvel, Maurice (Paris). A Timid Visitor. 

653. Boutct-de-Monvel, Maurice (Paris). A Fairy Tale. 

654. Gros, Lucien (Poissy). The Quay, Honfleur. 

655. Boutet-de-Monvel, Maurice (Paris). The Curate is Going Out. 

656. Yon, Edmond-Charles (Paris). Moret, frpm the Right Bank of the 

Loing. 

657. Pujol, Paul (Paris). Pont de la Concorde, Paris. 

658. Bethune, Gaston (Paris). A Parisian Woman. 

659. Botttet-de-Monvel, Maurice (Paris). Portrait of a Child. 

660. Moreau, Adrien (Paris). Grape Picker. 

661. Bethune, Gaston (Paris). Belfry at Bruges. 

662. Claude, Georges (Paris). A Neapolitan Song. 

663. Clairin, Georges (Paris). At Seville. 

664. Jeanniot, Pierre-Georges (Paris). At the Caf^. 

665. Zuber, Jean-Henri (Paris). In the Mountains, near Sion, Switzerland. 

666. Yon, Edmond-Charles (Paris). The Point of Monaco. View from the 

Heights of la Turbie. 

667. Bethune, Gaston (Paris). Parisian Women. 

EAST WALL. 

668. Escalier, Nicolas (Paris). A Farm at Loire et Cher; Starting for tbQ 

Market, 



FRANCE— WATER COLORS. ^37 

669. Rocheg^osse, Georges (Paris) The Poet. 

670. Morean, Adrien (Paris). Plunderers. 

671. Toudouze, ]^douard (Paris)." The Rocker. 

672. Gros, Lucien (Poissy). Horses Drinking. 

673. Yon, Edmond-Charles (Paris). The Burgundy Gate, Moret. 

674. Rivoire, Francois (Paris). Autumn Flowefrs. 

675. Zuber, Jean-Henri (Paris). A Summer Day on the Dunes, near Gran- 

ville. 

676. Lemaire, Mme. Madeleine (Paris). "Farewell.** 

677. Courant, Maurice-Fran^ois-Auguste (Poissy). On the Strand. 

678. Bethune, Gaston (Paris). On the Escaut at Antwerp. 

679. Gros, Lucien (Poissy). The Bravi. 

680. Detaille, Edouard (Paris). Soldiers of the Imperial Guard. 
68z. Lemaire, Mme. Madeleine (Paris). A Ball in 1830. 

682. Bethune, Gaston (Paris). Lake Bourget, Savoy. 

683. Bethune, Gaston (Paris). Fort of Villefranche. 

684. Courant, Maurice-Fran^ois-Auguste (Poissy). The Joyous Bay. 

685. Rivoire, Francois (Paris). The Overturned Basket. 

686. Clande, J. Max (Maisons-Laffitte). Souvenir of Rotten Row, London. 

687. Jeanniot, Pierre-Georges (Paris). Troopers on the March. 

688. Bethune, Gaston (Paris). Beach at Blanckenbergne. 

689. Pujol, Paul (Paris). On the Gallery at St. Mark's. Venice. 

690. Clairin, Georges (Paris). Venice in the Last Century. 
69X. Penne, Oliver de (Paris). Hunting Dogs. 



23S world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP*T K — FINE ARTS 



Groups 143 and 14?— Minia- 
TUREs, Medals, Etchings, Etc 

GALLERY 47 — NUMBERS 692 TO 766, INCLUSIVE. 

EAST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE NORTH END OF THE WALL, 

692. Richard, Mme. Hortense (Paris). Case of Miniatures on Ivory. The 

Sleeper; Little Child at Prayer; Portrait of the Countess of D 

693. ThUriat, Mile. M^litine (Paris). Case containing five miniatures: A 

Young Woman of the Consulate (The Bouquet); A Young Woman 
of the Directory in Promenade Costume; Study of a Young Girl; 
Portrait of Mademoiselle J. R. Portrait ot M. R. 

694. Salard, Mile Celine (Paris). Poppies. (Water color.) 

695. Houbron, Fr^d^ric (Paris). Village Idyl. (Water color). 

(196. Gaulard, l&mile F^lix (Vincennes, Seine). The Ideal. A Cameo in 
Sardonyx, in three Strata. 

697. Voisin, Henri L^on (Saint Mand6, Seine. Case Containing Four Medals 

and Portraits. (Bronze and Silver.) 

698. Laurens, Jean-Paul (Paris). Six illustrations for "Merovingian Stories/' 

by August in Thierry. 

699. Bida, Alexandre (Paris). Six Compositions in Aquarelle, for illustra- 

tions for an edition of Sha)cespeare. 

700. Renouard, Paul (Paris). The Speaker of the House and the Newspaper 

Correspondents. (Washington, D. C.) (Pencil drawing.) 

701. Renouard, Paul (Paris). The Committee of Ways and Means, and the 

Committee of Appropriations. (Washington, D. C.) (Pencil drawing.) 

CENTER OF EAST WALL, AT THE TOP. 

702. Stevens, Alfred (Brussels) and Gervex, Henri (Paris). Studies (in oil) 

for "The Cyclorama of the Century," involving portraits of all the cel- 
ebrated personages of France from the period of the French Revolu- 
tion to the opening of the last Paris Exposition (1789 to 1889). 

This section (No. 702) represents the juncture of the ends of the series. 
On the right-hand side is the closing group (1889); on the left-hand side 
is the beginning (1789). 

These paintings should be studied in sequence. The second in the 
series is No. 757 on the North Wall (179^-1808); the third is No. 741. 
on the West Wall (1814-1852), and the fourth is No. 718 on the South 
Wall (1852-1875). 



F 



PRANCfi — MINIATURES MEDALS, ETC. 239 

7^3. Pointelin, Auguste Emmanuel (Paris). The Plateau of St. Laurent, Jura. 
(Pastel.) 

704. Pointelin, Auguste Emmanuel (Paris). The Banks of the Ain. (Pastel.) 

705. Lauxens, Jean- Paul (Paris). Six Illustrations for " Merovingian Sto- 

ries," by Augustin Thierry. 

706. Renouard, Paul (Paris). The President of the Senate at Washington, 

Senators, Members of the Metropolitan Club, the Cosmos Club, etc. 
(Pencil drawing.) 

707. Bida, Alexandre (Paris). Six Compositions in Aquarella for Illustrations 

for an Edition of Shakespeare. 

708. Iwill, Marie- Joseph (Paris). An April Evening in Fontainebleau Forest. 

(Water color.) 

709. Borrel, Alfred (Paris). Case containing medals: Victor Hugo (Bronze); 

"The Gymnase" (Silver); Portrait of a Child (Bronze). 
7x0. Hildebrand, Bernard (Paris). Case containing three cameos: Love 

Uncertain (Agate); Orpheus and Eurydice (Onyx); Hebe (Sardonyx in 

three Strata). 
7x1. Tonnellier, Georges (Paris). An Idyl. (Cameo.) 
7x2. BiTft, Henri (Paris). Roses and Nasturtiums. (Aquarelle.) 



SOUTH WALL. 

7x3. Laurens, Jean- Paul (Paris). Six illustrations .or " Merovingian Stories," 
by Augustin Thierry. 

7x4. Lemaire, Georges-Henri (Paris). TheAcademie Fran^aise. (Case con- 
taining portraits of the forty members (1879) engraved in onyx.) 

715. Dammouse, Albert (Sevres). Decorative panel in porcelain. 

7x6. Dupuis, Daniel (Paris). Case containing medals. 

717. Ch€ret, Jules (Paris). Columbine. (Pastel). 

7x8. Stevens, Alfred (Brussels) and Gervex, Henri (Paris). Studies (in oil) 
for "The Cyclorama of the Century." (See No. 702.)— The Period, 
1852-1875. 

719. Brateau, Jules (Paris). Case containing Medals, etc. 

720. Allonge, Auguste (Paris). Descent into Wolf Hollow, Fortaineb.eau 

Forest. (Charcoal drawing.) 
723. Laurens, Jean-Paul (Paris). Six illustrations for " Merovingian Stories," 
by Augustin Thierry. 

722. Chaplain, Jules Clement (Paris). Case containing sixty-four medals. 

723. Hottssay, Mile. Josephine (Paris) Portrait of Madame A. D. S . 

(Pastel.) 

724. Bida, Alexandre (Paris). Christ Resuscitating the Daughter of Jairus. 

(Engraving.) 

725. Mezzara, Madame (Florence). The Virgin, Infant Saviour and St. 

John. (Panel in wax, after Botticelli.) 

WEST WALL. 

726. Dubois, Alph^e (Paris). Case containing thirty-two medals and 

plaquettes. (Bronze.) 

727. Patey, Henri- Auguste- Jules (Paris). Case containing seventeen medals 

ani medallions. 



240 WORLD*S'COLUMBlAN EXPOSITION — DEp't K — FINE ARTS. 

728. D'Argence, Eugene (Pans;. Moonlignt (Pastel.) 

729. Lechevrel, Alphonse-Eugfene (Paris). Case containing medals, cameos 

and intaglios. 

730. Central Society of Architects, of France. Case of medals. (E. A. 

Oudine, Sculptor.) 

731. Rehm, Victorine (Paris). Vittoria Colonna. (Enamel, after Jules 

Lefebvre.) 

732. Bourgeois, Maximilien (Paris). Case containing twelve medals in 

bronze, silver and terra cotta. 

733. Vernier, l&mile Seraphin (Paris). Case containing eleven medals, 

plaquettes, etc. 

734. Borrel, Alfred (Paris). Case containing medals and medallions. 

735. Guillen, Adolph-Iren6e (Paris). Under the Walnut Trees at Vezelay .n 

Spring. (Oil painting). 

736. Cazin, Michel (Paris). Case containing six medals. 

737. Vaudet, Auguste- Alfred (Paris). Case Containing Three Cameos: 

(1) Portrait of Monsieur V . (Agate); (2) The Triumph 

(Carnelian); A Japanese (Onyx). 

738. Goulard, ]^mile F^lix (Paris). Case containing five reliefs in different 

stones and a Statuette of Chalcedony. 

739. Vernon, Frederick (Paris). Case containing twenty objects, plaquettes 

and medallions. 

740. Patey, Henri-Auguste-Jules (Paris). Case containing tight medals 

and medallions. 

741. Stevens, Alfred (Brussels) and Gervex, Henri (Paris). Studies (in oil) 

for "The Cyclorama of the Century." (See No. 702.)— The Period, 
1814-1862. 

742. Du Bois, Henri (Paris). Case containing thirteen medals and medal- 

lions. 

743. Cagniart, Emile (Paris). The Place du Chatelet, Paris. (Pastel.) 

744. Laurens, Jean-Paul (Paris). Six Illustrations for " Merovingian 

Stories," by Augustin Thierry. 

745. Bottle, Louis Alexandre (Paris). Case containing fourteen medals in 

platinum and bronze. 

746. Bott6e, Louis Alexander (Paris). Case containing eighteen medals in 

platinum and bronze. 

747. Sauzay, Adri en- Jacques (Paris). Village in Lorraine, Banks of the Mou- 

zon. (Oil painting.) 

748. Contal, Mile. Jeanne (Paris). Case containing' seven miniatures on 

ivory: The Letter; A Young Woman; Portrait of Mme. M M. C — ; 
Portrait of Emile T — .; Portrait of M. T — .; A Young Woman with' a 
Boa; The Smile. 

749. Peter, Victor (Paris). Case containing eighteen medals: Portraits and 

Animals. (In bronze.) 

750. Bellanger, Camille-F61ix (Paris). Portrait of Mme. B— . (Drawing.) 

751. Cagniart, ifemile (Paris). The Place de la Concorde, Paris. (Pastel.) 



FRANCE — MINIATURES, MEDALS, ETC. ^4! 

NORTH WALL. 

752. Laurens, Jean-Paul (Paris). Six Illustrations for " Merovingian 

Stories," by Augustin Thierry. 

753. Mouren, Henry (Paris). Banks of the Sarthe, Morning. (Water color.) 

754. Mirmont, Mile. Ren^e de (Paris). Case containing six miniatures on 

ivory: Portrait of Mile. H. de M — .; Portrait of the Compte de C — .; 
Two portraits of Children; Portrait of a Young Woman; Portrait of 
the Comptesse de S — . 

755. Escalier, Nicolas (Paris). How One Learns Fishing. (Water color.) 

756. Allonge, Auguste (Paris). The Fairies* Pool, Fontainebleau. (Water 

color.) 

757. Stevens, Alfred (Brussels) and Gervex, Henri (Paris). Studies (in oil) 

for "The Cyclorama of the Century." (See No. 702.)— The Period, 
1793-1808. 

758. Vernon, Frederick (Paris). Case containing three plaquettes: The 

Three Ages of Life. 

759. Doat, Taxi le (Paris). Porcelains: (1) The Triumph of Si lenus; (2) Leap 

Frog; (3) The Rising Sun. 

760. Doat, Taxile (Paris). Enamels: (1) Enoch Arden; (2) The Story; (3) 

The Drama. 

761. Laurens, Jean-Paul (Paris). Six Illustrations for " Merovingian Stories," 

by Augustin Thierry. 

762. I will, Marie- Joseph (Paris). Morning. (Pastel.) 

763. Mouren, Henry (Paris). Twilight on the Sarthe. (Aquarelle.) 

764. Vaudet, August^ (Paris). Case containing six medals and plaquettes. 

765. Lemaire, Georges (Paris). Case containing four medals and cameos. 

766. Richard, Mme. Hortense (Paris). A Venetian Woman. (Painting on 

porcelain.) 



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242 world's COLUMBIAN EXTOSITIOK — DKP*T K — ^FIXE ARTS. 



Group 143-Etchings, Engrav- 

iNGS, Etc. 

GALLERY 46. — NUMBERS 767 TO 902* LNCLUSIVE. 

EAST WALL. 

BEGISXISG AT THE SOUTH SIDE OP THE ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 47. 

767. Jacqnct, Achille (Paris). The Report. (After Mcissooicr.) (Engiaving.) 
J(k, Lcpere, Auguste (Paris). The Close of the Parliament at London. 
(Wood engraving.) 

769. Fromcot, Eugene (Paris). The Chcrif. (Engraving on wood after Ben- 

jamin ConstanL) 

770. Vintrast, FrM^rick-Godefroy (Paris). The G>-psy. (Wood engraving 

after Franz Hals.) 

771. Didier, A. ( Paris 1 Poesie. (Engraving after Raphael.) 

772. JacqiKt, Jules (Paris I Portrait of the ScrgeanL (Engraving after 

^(eissonier.) 

773. Jacqnet, Jules (Paris). "IdO?.* (Engraving after Meissonier.) 

774. Poocet, Jean-Baptiste (Paris). The Entry of Christ into Jerusa l e m . 

I Engraving.) 

775. Dnbonchet, Henri- Joseph (Paris). The Divine Tragedy. (EngraviAg.) 

776. R a ^q m e, Gustavc ( Paris t. At Low Tide. (Oil painting.) 

777. Leomteojc, Lionel < Paris 1. Return from the Bear Hunt — Stone Age. 

(Engra^-ing.) 

778. Jacqne, Fr^d^ric (ParisL A Flock of Sheep. (Etching after Charles 

Jacque.) 

779. Jacqoet, Achille (Paris). The Sharpshooters^ (Engraving after DetaiUe.) 

780. Jacqoet, Jules (Paris u "1814." (Engraving after Meissonier.) 

781. Poncet, Jean-Baptiste (Lyons L Jesus Ascending Cal\'ary. (Engraving 

after Flandrin.) 

782. Dangnin, Jean-Baptiste t Parisl Young Woman at her Toilet. (Engrav- 

ing.) 

783. Devillc, Maurice ( Paris u Head of a Young Woman. (After Corcos.) 

» Etching in three colors, by a new process^) 

784. Didicr, Adrian < Paris). Justice. (After Raphael.) 

785. Jacqnet, Achille (Paris). The Sign Painter. (Engraving after Meis- 

sonier.) 

SOLTH WALL. 

786. Dillon, Henri-Patrice < Paris I. The Shower. (Lithograph.) 

787. Vintrant. FrW^ric-Ckxlefroy (Havre). .A Man's Head. (Engraving 

after Franz Hals.) 

788. Goneatte, Norbeit (Parisl -Maud." tDry point.) 



PRANCE — ETCHINGS, ENGRAVINGS, EtC. ^43 

789. Jacob-Bazin, Madame (Paris). Springtime. (Wood engraving after 

Mengin.) 

790. Flameng, Leopold (Paris). Grolier at the Printer Aldus's House. 

(Etching after Francois Flameng.) 

791. Chais^eau, Ferdinand (Paris). A Warm Day. (Etching.) 

792. Sirouy, Achille (Paris). "Christ Asleep During the Storm." (Litho- 

graph after Eugene Delacroix.) 

793. Poncet, Jean-Baptiste (Lyons). Birth of Jesus. (Engraving.) 

794. Focillon, Victor-Louis (Paris). The End of the Book. (Wood engraving.) 

795. Lepdre, Auguste (Paris). F^te at the Tuilleries. (Wood engraving.) 

796. Lunois Alexandre (Paris). Wine. (Lithograph after Lhermitte.) 

797. Flameng, Leopold (Paris). Portrait of Dr. Pasteur. (Etching after 

Edelfelt.) 

798. Flameng, Leopold (Paris). The Glorification of the Law. (Etching 

after Baudry.) 

799. Poncet, Jean-Baptiste (Lyons). The Burning Bush, 

800. Baudoin, Franck (Paris). A Drinker. (Wood engraving after Franz 

Hals.) 
Sox. La Motte, Alphonse (Paris). Les ittats-G^ndraux (June 23, 1789). 
(Engraving after the high-relief of Jules Dalou.) 

802. De Blois, Charles Theodore (Varenne-Saint-Hilaire, Seme). " Interview- 

ing." (Etching and burin.) 

803. Boilvin, Emile (Paris). General Moreau. (Etching after Meissonier.) 

804. Lunois, Alexandre (Paris). A Dutch Woman of VoUendam. (Litho- 

graph.) 

805. Poncet J€an-Baptiste (Lyons). Adam and Eve. (Engraving.) 

806. Gceneutte, Norbert (Paris). View of Venice from the Quay of the Slavs. 

(Etching.) 

807. Lunois, Alexandre (Paris). Night Worship. (Lithograph.) 

808. Rousseau, Alfred (Paris). The Lost Travellers. (Etching after J. F. 

Milletc) 

809. Boilvin, Emile. The Bibliophiles. (Etching after Fortuny.) 

810. Delauney, Alfred-Alexandre (Paris.) Chartres Cathedral. (Etching.) 

WEST WALL. 

811. Gaujean, Eugene (Paris). Frame with two colored engravings: "The 

Souvenir," and ** The Abandoned One." 

812. Decisy, Eugene (Paris). Oatmeal Broth, Brittany. (Lithograph.) 

813. Lepdre, Auguste (Paris). Cathedral of Rouen. (Engraving.) 

814. Pamiemaker, St^phane (Paris). The Dream. (Wood engraving after 

Chaplin.) 

815. Gilbert, Achille (Paris). The King of the Forest. (Engraving after Rosa 

Bonheur.) (The painting is No. 426. — Gallery 56.) ' 

816. Lecouteux, Lionel (Paris). The Lunch. (Etching after Jules Breton.) 

817. Damman, Benjamin-Auguste-Louis (Paris). The Gleaners. (Etching 

after J. F. Millet.) 

818. Leveill^, Auguste (Paris). Inauguration of the Opera. (Wood engraving^ 
8x9. Dufour, Camille (Paris). Quay at Auteuil, Paris. (Oil painting.) 

820. Gilbert, Achille. The Boars. (Engraving after Rosa Bonheur.) 



544 WORLD*S COLUMBIAK EXPOSITION— 1>EP*T K— FiKE ARTS. 

821. Lecouteux, Lionel (Paris). The End of Summer. (Engraving after 

Collin.) 

822. Buhot, F61ix (Paris). The Clock-Tower of Parliament House from 

Westminster Bridge, London. 

823. Bahuet, Alfred (Paris). Juan Prim. (Lithograph after Henri Reg- 

nault.) 

824. Robert, Charles (Paris). Portrait of Queen Isabella. (Engraving,) 

825. Patricot, Jean (Neuilly-sur-Seine). Portrait of the Mother of Raphael 

(After Raphael.) (Engraving.) 

826. Yarz, Edmond (Paris). Statue of Colleone, Venice. (Oil painting.) 

827. Sulpis, ]^mile Jean (Paris). Saint Sebastian. (Engraving after Man- 

tegna.) 

828. Gasman, Pierre (Paris). Portrait of Hille Bobbe, of Haarlem. (Wood 

engraving after Franz Hals.) 

829. Braquemond, F^lix (Sevres). The Last Chance. (Etching after Meis- 

sonier.) 

830. Mongin, Augustin (Paris). The Order. (Etching after Meissonier.) 

831. Annedouche, Alfred-Joseph (Paris). The Virgin. (Engraving after 

Bouguereau.) 

832. Villemsens, Adrien (Paris) The Marriage of Charles VHI and Anne of 

Brittany. (After Jehande Paris.) (Wood engraving.) 

833. Boilvin, Emi.e (Paris). Portrait of Madame L. S . (Etching after 

Carol us-Duran.) 

834. Didier, Adrien (Paris). Portrait of M. Thiers. (Engraving after 

Bonnat.) 

835. Pannemaker, St€phane( Paris). A Young Girl. (Wood engraving after 

Gainesborough.) 

836. L6Ty, Gustave. Virgin with the Veil. (Engraving after Raphael.) 

837. Patricot, Jean (Neuilly-sur-Seine). The Vision of Ezekial. (Wood en- 

graving after Raphael.) 

838. Danguin, Jean Baptiste (Paris). Portrait of Pius VH and Cardinal 

Caprara. (Engraving after L. David.) 

839. Tissot, James (Nantes). The Prodigal Son. The Departure. (Etch- 

ing.) 

This series of four etchings is after the series of paintings by Tissot. (See No. 487, 
et ieq.) 

840. Tissot, James (Nantes). The Prodigal Son in a Foreign Land. (Etch- 

ing.) 

841. Tissot, James (Nantes). The Return of the Prodigal. (Etching.) 

842. Tissot, James (Nantes). The Fatted Cdlf. (Etching.) 

843. Jaubert, L6on (Paris). The Mill-Village of Clairefontaine. (Oil 

painting.) 

844. Manesse, George-Henri (Paris). Supposed Portrait of Louis del Rio*s 

Wife. (Etching after A. Moro.) 

845. Manesse, George-Henri (Paris). Portrait of Madame Van Beeresteyne. 

(Etching after Franz Hals.) 

846. Monguin, Augustin (Paris). The Song. (Etching after Meissonier.) 

847. Gautier, Armand. Thursday's Promenade. (Lithograph.) 



FRANCE — ETCHINGS, ENGRAVINGS, ETC. 245 

848. Gautier, Armand. Portrait of M. Delyenne. (Lithograph.) 

849. Bazis, Leon (Paris). Erasmus. (Wood engraving, after Holbein.) 

850. Gu6rard» Henri (Paris). Rock Crystal Vase. (Etching.) 

851. Gu6rard, Henri (Paris). Portrait of the Mother. (Etching, after Whis- 

tler. 

852. Ga6rard, Henri (Paris). The Bridge at Mantes. (Etching, after Corot.) 

853. Ardail, Albert (Paris). Portrait of Madame Jarre. (Etching, after 

Prud*hon.) 

NORTH WALL. 

854. Burney, Francois- Eugene (Paris). Monsieur de S^gur. (Etching, after 

Faillard.) 

855. Burney, Fran^ois-Eug^ne (Paris). Chocolate Woman. (Etching, after 

Leotard.) 

856. BouteU6, Louis (Paris). Portrait of Beatrice D'Este. (Engraving, after 

Leonardo da Vinci.) 

857. Ardail, Albert (Paris). The Little Girl with the Shepherd's Crook. 

(Etching, after Gerard Flinck.) 

858. LaUuze, Adolph. The Halt. (Etching, after Meissonier.) 

859. Siroy, Achille (Paris). The Descent from the Cross. (Lithograph, after 

Ribera.) 

860. Bracquemond, F^lix (Sevres). La Rixe. (Etching, after Meissonier.) 
86x. Lessore, Henri-^mile (Paris). Portraits of E. Morin and Jules Janin. 

(Dry points.) 

862. Paynot, Mile. Gabrielle (Paris). Reverie. (Etching, after Alfred Stev- 

ens.) 

863. LeveilU, Auguste (Paris). Bust of Dalou. (Etching, after Rodin.) 

864. Levasseur, Jules-Gabriel (Paris). The Oath of the Horatii. (Engrav- 

ing, after L. David.) 

865. Alasonidre, Henri (Paris). The Return. (Etching, after Henry Mosler.) 

866. Rapine, Fran<;oise (Boulogne-on-the Seine). Rabbi, Commenting on 

the Bible. (Engraving, after Le Compte de Nouy.) 

867. Gttichard» Mile. Louise (Paris). The Harbor of Dunkirk. (Etching, 

after Lapostolet.) 

868. Chauv6I, Th^ophile (Paris). The Willow Grove. (Etching, after Corot.) 

869. Louveau-Rouveyre, Mme. (Paris). Portrait of Andr^ V^sale. (Etching, 

after Calcar.) 

870. Morse, Auguste-Achille (Paris). Moli^re and Corneille. (Engraving, 

after G^rome.) 

871. Chapon, L^on-Louis (Paris). The Last Judgment. (Wood engraving, 

after Michael Angelo.) 

872. Chauvel, Th^ophile (Paris). The Storm. (Etching, after Diaz.) 

873. Bracquemond, F^lix (Sevres). David. (Etching, after Gustavo Mo- 

reau.) 

874. Baud6, Charles (Paris). Alexandre Dumas, Jr. (Wood engraving, after 

Bonnat.) 

875. Derbier, l&mile-Louis (Paris). Grandmother. (Wood engraving, after 

Renard.) 



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876. LaveilI6, Auguste (Paris). Bust of Baudry. (Engraving after Paul 

Dubois.) 

877. Sirouy, Achille (Paris). Venus and Adonis. (Lithograph after Pnid- 

hon.) 

878. Didier, Adrien (Paris). Portrait of Anne of Cleves. (Engraving, after 

Holbein.) 

879. Bracquemond, F^lix (Sevres). The Water Drawers. (Etching, after 

Millet.) 

880. L6vy, Gustave. Melody. (Lithograph.) 

881. Froment, 6mile (Paris). Portrait. (Lithograph.) 

882. Dang^n, Jean-Baptiste (Paris). The Virgin. (Wood engraving, after 

Van Dyck.) 

883. Baude, Charles (Paris). An Old Woman. (Wood engraving, after 

Rembrandt.) 

884. Baude, Charles (Paris). The Dealer of Cards. (Wood engraving, after 

Ribot. 

885. Brunet-Debaines, Louis (Rouen). View of Venice. (Etching, after 

Ziem.) 

886. Brunet-Debaines, Louis (Rouen). St. Peter's Church at Caen. (Etch- 

ing.) 

887. Dubouchet, Henri-Joseph (Paris). The Divine Tragedy. (Engrav- 

ing.) 

EAST WALL. 

888. Danguin, Jean-Baptiste (Paris). Rembrandt's Sister. (Engraving, after 

Rembrandt.) 

889. Desmoulins, Fernand (Paris). The Empiric. (Etching, after Ribot.) . 

890. Lag^illermie, Frederic-Auguste (Paris). Portrait of Helen Fourment. 

(Etching, after Rubens.) 

891. Focillon, Victor- Louis (Paris). Corner of the Farm. (Etching, after 

Millet.) 

892. Appian, Adolphe (Lyons). Morning Fog. (Oil painting.) 

893. Delauncy, Alfred-Alexandre (Paris). Mont St. Michel. (Etching.) 

894. Delavall6e, Henri (Paris). Angelique at Her Window. (Aquatint.) 

895. Delavallee, Henri (Paris). Snow Effect. (Aquatint.) 

896. Laguillermie, Fr^d^ric-Auguste (Paris). The Young Duke. (Etching, 

after Orchardson.) 

897. Laguillermie, Fr^d^ric-Auguste (Paris). The Children of Charles I. 

(Etching, after Van Dyck.) 

898. Brunei- Debaines, Louis (Rouen). Willows Whiten, Aspens Quiver. 

(After Keeley Halswelle.) 

899. Levasseur, Jules-Gabriel (Paris). The CervaroUes. (Engraving, after 

Hebert.) • 

900. Morse, Auguste-Achille (Paris). The Blessing. (After Nicolas Maes.) 

901. Boutelie, Louis (Paris). Annunciation of the Virgin. (Steel engraving 

after Leonardo da Vinci.) 
903. Bergeret, Pierre-Denis (Paris). The Desert. (Oil painting.) 



IRANCE— OBJECTS OF DECORATIVE ART. 247 



Groups 142 and 14?-0bjects 
OF Decorative Art. 

GALLERY j8. 

ROTUNDA OF THE EAST PAVILION. 

BEGINNING AT THE EAST SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 58. 

FIRED POTTERY. 

903. Delaherche, Auguste (Paris). Cabbage-leaf vasCi green, white and blue. 

904. Delaherche, Auguste (Paris). Vase of six rows of Columbine, blue and 

white mingling. 

905. Delaherche, Auguste (Paris). Large ribbed vase, yellow, green and 

red. 

906. Delaherche, Auguste (Paris). Large vase with four handles, red and 

blue. 

907. Delaherche, Auguste (Paris). Gourd shaped vase, grey. 

908. Delaherche, Auguste (Paris). Blue vase with two handles. 

909. Ch6ret, Joseph (Paris). Bronze vase decoration, women with masks. 
9x0. Ch6ret, Joseph (Paris). Bronze vase decoration, fishing has begun. 
9ZZ. Sevres Vase, in center of rotunda. 

GALLERY jy. 

IN GLASS CASE NO. 1, NEAR ENTRANCE FROM THE ROTUNDA. 

9x2. Lachenal, Edmond (Paris). Pot in bamboo design. 

913a. Lachenal, Edmond (Paris). Potiche, bamboo design. 

9x3. Bargas, Armand (Paris). Portrait of a child. (Plaquette.) 

9x4. Chaplet, Ernest (Paris). Green vase. 

9x5. Delaherche, Auguste (Paris). Potiche, variations of white. 

9x6. Levasseur, Henri-Louis (Paris). The Victor of the Tournament. 

(Pewter-platter.) 
917. Dalpayrat, Adrian (Paris). Vase in turquoise and red. 
9x8. Lachenal, Edmond (Paris). Potiche, light green. 
9x9. Chaplet, Ernest (Paris). Vase in blue, red and white. 
920. Barg^as, Armand (Paris). Bronze medallion of Columbus. 
92X. Delaherche, Auguste (Paris). Gourd-shaped vase, grey. 
922. Delaherche, Auguste (Paris). Earthenware bowl, red and blue glaze. 
922a* Delaherche, Auguste (Paris). Earthenware bowl, green. 
^3« Levasseur, Henri-Louis (Paris). Card-receiver. (Pewter.) 



248 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION— DEP'T K — FINE ARTS. 

924. Dammottse, Alfred (Paris). Porcelain vase, ovoid. Arabesque design 

in gold and color. 

925. Lemaire, George. Head of Comeille. (Pierre dure,) 

926. Mercid, Antonin (Paris). Amphitrite — Statue in ivory with gold, pearls 

and coral. On a silver stand with gold patina, 

GALLERY 56. 

IN GLASS CASE NO. 1. 
OBJECTS FROM THE UNION CENTRALE DES ARTS DECORATIFS.) 

927. GaI16 (Nancy). Spheroidal vase with raised brim, in opaline glass with 

red and brown stains. 

928. Christofle & Cie. (Paris) Cream jug of spheroidal form, flattened. 

Hammered and chiseled silver. Interior in silver-gilt. 

929. Christofle & Cie. (Paris) Coffee pot in hammered and carved silver. 

Style of Louis XVI. Reproduction by electrotyping. 

930. Lachenal (Chatillon-sous-Bagneux, Seine). Faience plate, g^een ground 

with yellow flowers. 

931. Gall6 <Nancy). Cup in white glass stained with black. The outer 

circumference decorated with four cameos in color. 

932. Pannier Frdres (Paris). Tall glass vase, character of Jade. Black and 

red decoration in relief. 

933. GaI16 (Nancy). Bottle with spheroidal body flattened, character of jade. 

Black and red decoration. 

934. Haviland & Cie and Chaplet (Paris). Ovoid vase in burnt clay, orna- 

mented in red, blue, green and yellow. 

935. Bapst & Falize (Paris). Long oval platter of hammered silver. 

936. Brateau, Jules (Paris). Pewter plate; decoration representing "The 

Seasons." 

937. Fannidre Frdres. (Paris) Double salt-cellar in engraved silver. 

938. Bapst & Falize (Paris). Hammered and engraved silver bowl. 

939. Christofle & Cie. (Paris) Ovoid milk pitcher, hammered silver. 

940. Rousseau, Eugene (Paris). Small glass jardiniere imitating jade. Dec- 

orated with leaves in copper red. 

941. Lachenal (Chatillon-sous-Bagneux, Seine). Large plate, polychrome 

decoration; iris upon a ground of gold. 

942. Chaplet, E. (Choisy-le-Roy, Seine) Porcelain bottle with ovoid body. 

943. Cristallerie of Baccarat. Quadrangular vase in crystal, with widening 

cylindrical opening. 

944. Rousseau, Eugene (Paris). Vase in violet glass spotted with gold. Dec- 

oration in flowers and leaves. (Engraved.) 

945. David, Mile. Marie (Paris). Plate of decorated porcelain. Border in 

festoons. 

946. Voisin & Delacrois (Bourg-la-Reine, Seine). Elliptical-ovoid vase with 

grey-red and green glaze. 

947. Delaherche (Paris). Large earthenware turbine vase with brown leaver 

and fruit on a mottled red and blue g^round. 



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FRANCE — OBJECTS OF DECORATIVE ART. 249 

948. Haviland & Cie. and Chaplet (Paris). Cylindrical vase in earthenware. 

Brown ground with stars. 

949. Deck (Paris). Small porcelain vase with relief decoration. 

950. Massier, Clement. Plate with brim lightly raised. Metallic effect. 

Wheat decoration. 

951. Brocard & Fits (Paris). Ovoid cup in opalescent glass with green leaf 

design. 

952. Carries (Paris). Ovoid vase with a small flaring neck. (Grey glaze.) 

953. Deck (Paris). Porcelain bowl. 

954. Moreau, Mme. Camille, nee Nelaton (Paris). Large faience plate with 

red fish in relief. 

955. Dammottse (Paris). Faience vase with flaring neck. 

956. Massier, Clement (Golfe-Juan, Alpes-Maritimes). Conic faience vase 

with Arabic inscriptions and metallic lustre. 

957. Dammouse (Paris). Deep plate with cream-colored ground, decorated 

with fish in relief. (Porcelain.) 

958. Delaherche (Paris). Ovoid vase with grey and red glaze. 

959. Berquin-Verag^oz (Paris). Fish of chiseled bronze, gilded, with scales of 

labradorite, on a plate of lapis de Russe, 

960. Guejrton & Cie (Paris). Small plate in hammered and chiseled silver, 

partially gilded. 

961. Grmndhomme (Paris). The Voices. (Jeanne d* Arc.) Enamel after 

Gustave Moreau. 
963. Thi6baut Frdres (Paris). Ovoid bronze vase from cire perdue 

963. Pull, P^re et fils (Paris). Small avoid pot in hard porcelain. 

964. Chaplet, £. (Paris) Bottle with ovoid body and cylindrical neck. In 

red glaze with green spots. (Porcelain.) 

GLASS CASE, NO. 2. 

965. Thesmar, Femand (Neuilly-sur-Seine). Cup in translucent enamel 

cloisonn6e. Jade and light rose. 

966. Thesmar, Femand (Neuilly-sur-Seine). Cup in translucent enamel cloi- 

sonn^e. Rose ot Provms. 

967. Falize, Luci en (Paris). Small portable clock in ivory, gold and silver- 

gilt. 

968. Falize, Lucien (Paris). Portrait of Marguerite de Foix, Duchess of 

Brittany, 1453-1486. Bas-relief hammered in fine gold, encased in a 
cast silver engraved frame. 

969. Berquin-Verag^oz, Lucien-Auguste (Paris). Vases in oriental agate 

with cover. Adorned with bronze engraved and gilded; style of Louis 
XVI. (Pairs with No. 978.) 

970. L6veill6, Emest-Baptiste (Paris). Vase in Parisian style. "Burnt crys- 

tal," incised, leaving ornaments and foliage in deep violet, in relief. 

971. Massier, Clement (Golfe-Juan, Alpes-Maritimes). Vase of blue violet 

ground, with star-fish in old silver. 

972. Massier, Clement (Golfe-Juan, Alpes-Maritimes). Plaque with ornament 

in gold with shells. 



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2^6 WORLD^S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEp't K — FINE ARTS. 

973. L6veill6, Ernest-Baptiste (Paris). Flat crystal vase, imitating jade in 

character. Deep violet surface engraved with fish and sea-weed in 
two tones. 

974. Dalpayrat, Adrien (Paris). Gray earthenware vase, red mottled with 

turquoise. 

975. Falize, Lucien (Paris). Portrait of Marguerite of Valois, Queen of Na- 

varre, 1492-1549. Panel in hammered gold and silver. 

976. Falize, Lucien (Paris). Cover for manuscript "Book of Hours," in gold 

enamel and filagree. 

977. L6veille, Ernest-Baptiste (Paris). A vase of Japanese character, crys- 

tal imitating jade. Yellow surface engraved with fish and sea-weed. 

978. Berquin-Veragoz, Lucien-Auguste (Paris). Vase in oriental agate with 

cover. Adorned with bronze engraved and gilded. Style of Louis 
XVI. (Pairs with No. 969.) 

979. Chaplet, Ernest (Paris). Square vase in porcelain-flamb6, red-brown 

and green; crackle surface. 

980. Massier, Clement (Golfe-Juan, Alpes-Maritimes). Plaque, iris-blue 

ground with leaves and gold rings. 

981. Moreau-Vauthier, Augustin-Jean (deceased). Fortune. (Statuette in 

ivory.) 

982. Chaplet, Ernest (Paris). Square vase in porcelain-flamb^, red-brown 

and green. 
982a. Chaplet, Ernest (Paris). Small bottle-shaped va^e with four handles, 
porcelain-flamb^, deep red and white. 

983. Brateau, Jules- Paul (Paris). Pewter plate, with representation of "The 

Elements." 

984. Brateau, Jules-Paul (Paris). Pewter bouillon bowl, with richly decor- 

ated cover. 

985. Brateau, Jules-Paul (Paris). Pewter plate. 

986. Brateau, Jules-Paul (Paris). Pewter letter-tray. 

987. Brateau, Tules-Paul (Paris). Pewter goblet with ivy leaf design. 

988. Brateau, Jules-Paul (Paris). Pewter pitcher. 

989. Brateau, Jules-Paul (Paris). Pewter plate. 

990. Brateau, Jules- Paul (Paris). Pewter goblet with leaf design. 

991. Brateau, Jules- Paul (Paris). Pewter salt-cellar and its shovel. 

992. Brateau, Jules-Paul (Paris). Pewted card-receiver (gilded). 

993. Brateau, Jules-Paul (Paris). Pewter coffee pot. 
992a. Brateau, Jules-Paul (Paris). Pewter tray. 

994. L6veille, Ernest-Baptiste (Paris). Vase with flattened bowl. At foot 

and neck, dark sardonyx. Ornaments sculptured in the mass. 

995. Thesmar, Fernand (Neuilly-sur-Seine). Cup in translucent enamel 

cloisonn6e dark blue ground. 

996. Massier, Clement (Golfe-Juan, Alpes-Maritimes). Plaque, mottled 

ground of dead gold; iridescent surface. 

997. Dampt, Jean (Paris). Virginity. (Ivory statuette.) 

ON PEDESTAL. 

998. Massier, Clement (Paris). Tall vase, iris with gold. 



FRANCE — W6RKS OF DECORATIVE ART. 25 1 

GALLERY 49. 

NUMBERS 999 TO 1034, INCLUSIVE. 

IN GLASS CASE. 

999. Massier, Clement (Golfe-Juan, Alpes-Maritimes). Vase of deep crimson 

with multicolored spots. Metallic lustre. 

1000. Chaplet, Ernest (Paris). Gray-green vase; square with tall neck. 
looi. Massier, Clement (Golfe-Juan, Alpes-Maritimes). Vase with lees-of- 

wine ground and crescents. 
Z002. Massier, C16ment (Golfe-Juan, Alpes-Maritimes). Vase, bottle shape, 
metallic lustre; iridescent. 

1003. Deveria, Henri (Paris). Decorative design on parchment for the bind- 

ing of Froissart's chronicles. 

1004. Chaplet, Ernest (Choisy-le-Roi). Bottle shaped vase, red porcelain. 

1005. Dalpayrat, Adrien (Paris). Earthenware vase. Water-green color. 

1006. Massier, Clement (Golfe-Juan, Alpes-Maritimes). Faience vase, iris 

ground, gold branches. 

1007. Massier, Clement (Golfe-Juan, Alpes-Maritimes). Faience vase, green 

ground with gold thistles. Metallic lustre; iridescent. 

1008. Chaplet, Ernest (Choisy-le-Roi). Square porcelain vase, blue-pray 

and red. 

1009. Dalpayrat, Adrien (Paris). Gourd shape earthenware vase; chimera. 

Red with turquoise and yellow spots. 
loxo. Massier, Clement (Golfe-Juan, Alpes-Maritimes). Scoriae vase with 

leaves in gold and platinum. 
loii. Chaplet, Ernest (Choisy-le-Roi). Porcelain-flamb^ bottle, blue, red 

and white. 

1012. Chaplet, Ernest (Choisy-le-Roi). Porcelain bottle, turquoise. • 

1013. Massier, Clement (Golfe-Juan, Alpes-Maritimes). Iridescent faience 

bowl, with flowers on a gold ground. Metallic lustre. 

1014. Massier, Clement (Golfe-Juan, Alpes-Maritimes). Faience vase; silver-* 

gilt effect with stars. 

1015. Dammouse, Albert (Paris). Flask of porcelain, gray ground with white 

and gold decoration. 

1016. Delaherche, Auguste (Paris). Cachepot (the outer pot in which to place 

an earthen flower-pot)-faience, red and blue. 
X017. Delaherche, Auguste (Paris). Large faience plaque, blue, gray and red. 

1018. Chaplet, Ernest (Choisy-le-Roi). Porcelain-flamb€ vase, green and red, 

1019. Massier, Clement (Golfe-Juan, Alpes-Maritimes). Triangular faience 

platter, with peacock feather decorations. 

1020. Leveill6, Ernest-Baptiste( Paris). Glass bowl, character of Sardonyx, 

with ornaments carved in relief. 

1021. Massier, Clement (Golfe-Juan, Alpes-Maritimes). Cone-shaped bot- 

tle, metallic lustre, iridescent; gold branches in grey-green ground. 
ZO22. Deverin, Henri (Paris). Aquarelle design on parchment for the bind- 
ing of Froissart's chronicles. 



2$2 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP*T K — FINE ARTS. 



X023. Foamier, Anatole-Alexis (Paris). The Harvest. (Enamels on copper.) 
Z024. Massier, Clement (Golfe-Juan, Alpes-Maritimes). Faience vase, velvet 
groimd enriched with gold branches. 

1025. Delaherche, Auguste. Plaque; red and blue, anemone design. 

1026. Dalpayraty Adrien (Paris) and Voisin, Delacroix (Paris). Gourd ol 

chimera design; earthenware flamb^, red and yellow. 

1027. L6veill^, Emest-Baptiste (Paris). Glass bowl, character of Sardonyx, 

with relief ornamentation. 
Z028. Delaherche, Auguste (Paris). Large faience plaque, yellow and gray. 
Z029. Delaherche, Auguste (Paris). Faience cachepot; red and blue with 

depressions in the sides. 

ON PEDESTAL, EAST OF GLASS CASE. 

1030. Ch6rct, Joseph (Paris). Vase, Design of Children and Frogs. (Bronze.) 
X031. Marrou, Ferdinand (Rouen). Shovel and tongs in wrought iron. 
Z032. Marrou, Ferdinand (Rouen). Two leaves in hammered sheet-iron. 
1033. Marrou, Ferdinand (Rouen). A poppy stem with flowers, in lead, ham- 
mered. 
ZQ34. Gu6rard, Henri (Paris). Old books. Design in burnt wood. 



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Groups 139 to 14?-Architec- 
TURE AS A Fine Art. 

NUMBERS 1035 TO 1195, INCLUSIVE. 

EAST COURT. 

NORTH SIDE, BEGINNING AT THE WEST END OF THE COURT. 

ALCOVE 82. 

1035. Deperthes, Pierre- Joseph-Edouard (Paris). Perspective View of the 

Grand Staircase, Salle des Fetes, City Hall, Paris. 

1036. Ballu, Albert (Paris). Palais de Justice at Bucharest. (One of eight 

drawings.) Details of ornamentation. 

1037. Ballu, Albert (Paris). Palace of Justice at Bucharest—Plan of the first 

floor. 

1038. Ballu, Albert (Paris). Algerian Pavilion at the French Exposition- 

Unjverselle, 1889 — Photograph and plans in one frame. 

1039. Ballu, Albert (Paris). Church of Esnandes. Restoration — Plans and 

aquarelles in one frame. 

1040. Ballu, Albert (Paris). Pavilion of the Argentine Republic at the 

French Exposition-Universelle, 1889. Aquarelles, photographs and 

plans. 
Z041. Ballu, Albert (Paris). Tower of Solidor, at St. Servan. One of four 

drawings. 
Z042. Ballu, Albert (Paris). Tower of Solidor, at St. Servan — Plans and 

transverse section. 
1043. Ballu, Albert (Paris). Tower of Solidor, at St. Servan — Restorations. 
Z044. Ballu, Albert (Paris). Tower of Solidor, at St. Servan. Perspective 

views. 
X045. Ballu, Albert (Paris). Church of Lamballe — North Front and plan. 
Z046. Ballu, Albert (Paris). Church of Lamballe — Restorations. Transverse 

sections, North side. 
Z047. Ballu, Albert (Paris). Church of Lambelle— Ensemble and longitudi- 
nal section. 
Z048. Ballu, Albert (Paris). Church of Lambelle — South Front and plan. 
Z049. Ballu, Albert (Paris). Palace of Justice at Bucharest. 
X050. Ballu, Albert (Paris). Palace of Justice at Bucharest — Plan of ground 

floor. 
X05Z. Ballu, Albert (Paris). Palace of Justice at Bucharest— Longitudinal 

Front. 
X052. Ballu, Albert (Paris). Palace of Juutice at Bucharest — Principal Frc 



254 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP't K — FINE ARTS. 

1053. Ballu, Albert (Paris). Palace of Justice at Bucharest. Details of orna- 

mentation. 

1054. Ballu, Albert (Paris). Palace of Justice at Bucharest. Perspective 

view. 

ALCOVE 83. 

1055. Gaudet, Julien (Paris). Plans for a new Postoffice, Paris. Four plans 

in one frame. 

1056. Lafallye, Charles-Paul (Paris). Design for the Decoration of a Din- 

ing-room in Renaissance style. (1) Wall. 

1057. Lafallye, Charles-Paul (Paris). Design for the Decoration of a Dining- 

room in Renaissance style. (2) Ceiling. 

1058. Desperthes, Pierre-Joseph-i^douard (Paris). Project for the Reconstruc- 

tion of the Front of the Cathedral at Milan. Perspective view. 

1059. Bigaux, Louis (Paris). Projected Decoration for the Foyer of a 

Theater. Aquarelle. 

1060. Espouy, Hector- James-Baptiste (Paris). Souvenir of Greece. Restora- 

tion of the Temple of Nike Apteros, at Athens. 
Z061. Gaudet, Julien (Paris). New Postoffice at Paris. Design of the front 
and transverse sections. 

ALCOVE 84. 

Z062. Cordonnier, Louis-Marie (Lille). Plans for the Stock Exchange at 

Amsterdam. Front on the Damrak. 
1063. Ballu, Albert (Paris). Palace of Justice at Charleroi. 
Z064. Cordonnier, Louis-Marie (Lille). Plans for the Stock Exchange at 

Amsterdam. Ground floor plan. 
X065. Cordomiier, Louis-Marie (Lille). Plans for the Stock Exchange at 

Amsterdam. Front on the Nieuwy Brug. 
zo66. Cordonnier, Louis-Marie (Lille). Plans for the Stock Exchange at 

Amsterdam. Front on the Damrak. 
X067. Saint- P6re, Charles, (fils); Saint-P^re, Eugene (p€re), Messrs, 

Trouillet, Daumet and Emile Sagot (Paris). Plans for a Cathedral at 

Tunis. (Nine aquarelles.) 
X068. Saint- P6re (father and son), Trouillet, Daumet and Sagot (Paris). 

Cathedral at Tunis. 

1069. Saint-P6re, (father and son), Trouillet, Daumet and Sagot (Paris). 

Cathedral at Tunis. 

1070. Cordonnier, Louis-Marie (Lille). Stock Exchange at Amsterdam. 

Transverse section— detaiL 

1071. Cordonnier, Louis-Marie (Lille). Stock Exchange at Amsterdam. 

Front on the Dam. 

1072. Cordonnier, Louis-Marie (Lille). Stock Exchange at Amsterdam. 

Plan. 
Z073. Cordonnier, Louis-Marie (Lille). Stock Exchange at Amsterdam. 

Longitudinal cross section. 
1074. Ballu, Albert (Paris), Project for Cathedral at Algiers. (Photographs 

and plans.) 



FRANCE — ARCHITECTURE AS A FINE ART. 25$ 

ALCOVE 85. 

1075, Marcel, Alexandre-Auguste-Louis (Paris). Re-building and restora- 
tion of the Chateau of Tonquedec, North Brittany. (Twelve draw- 
ings.) General perspective.; 

X076. Marcel, Alexandre-Auguste-Louis (Paris). Chateau of Tonquedec. 
Restoration of the west front. 

X077. Marcel, Alexandre-Auguste-Louis (Paris). Chateau of Tonquedec. 
Plan (Restoration). 

Z078. Marcel, Alexandre-Auguste-Louis (Paris). Chateau of Tonquedec. 
Plan (present condition). 

X079. Marcel, Alexandre-Auguste-Louis (Paris). Chateau of Tonquedec. 
West Front — (Present condition). 

Z080. Marcel, Alexandre-Auguste-Louis (Paris). Chateau of Tonquedec. 
Present condition of the northeast front. 

zo8x. Marcel, Alexandre-Auguste-Louis (Paris). Chateau of Tonquedec. 
Restoration of the north front. 

zo82. Marcel, Alexandre-Auguste-Louis (Paris). Chateau of Tonquedec 
Present condition of the south front. 

X083. Marcel, Alexandre-Auguste-Louis (Paris). Chateau of Tonquedec. 
Transverse section. 

Z084. Marcel, Alexandre-Auguste-Louis (Paris). Chateau of Tonquedec. 
Restoration of the northeast front. 

1085. Marcel, Alexandre-Auguste-Louis (Paris). Chateau of Tonquedec. 
Restoration of the south front. 

XO86. Marcel, Alexandre-Auguste-Louis (Paris). Chateau of Tonquedec. 
Present condition of the north front. 

ALCOVE 86. 

X087. Lameire, Charles- Joseph (Paris). Cupola of the Church of Loigny 

(Loiret). Design for fresco. (Aquarelle). 
X088. Lameire, Charles- Joseph (Paris). Ceiling of the Waiting Room, Hotel 

Hunebelle. 
X089. Gaillaiime, Edmond J. B. (Paris) Decoration in Mosaic of the Dana 

Staircase, Palace of the Louvre. 
X090. Lameire, Charles-Joseph (Paris). Cathedral of Moulins. Frescoes in 

three tympans. 
zopz.' Lameire, Charles- Joseph (Paris). Drawing of a Fragment of the Frieze 

of the Nations. Vatican. (Si^e of the original.) 
X092. Lameire, Charles- Joseph (Paris). Great Frieze in the Salle des F6tes, 

Palace of the Trocadero, Paris. 
1093, Lameire, Charles- Joseph (Paris). Fragment of the Frieze of the Na- 
tions. Vatican. (Photograph.) 
X094. Lameire, Charles- Joseph (Paris). Gobelin Tapestry Decoration, 

designed for one of the Transepts of the Pantheon, Paris. 
X095. Guillaume, Edmond J. B. (Paris) Palace of the Louvre, Decoration of 

the Daru Staircase. 



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Z096. Jourdain, Frantz (Paris) (in collaboration with M. Dumil&tre, sculptor). 
Photographs of the Out-Buildings, Avenue of the Bois de Boulogne, 
Tomb of M. Gasnier-Guy at Chelles, Monument of Lafontaine at 
Ranelagh. 

097. Jourdain, Frantz (Paris). Designs for the Decoration of a Dining-room 
at Chelles. (French Renaissance.) 

098. Lameire, Charles- Joseph (Paris). Decoration of the Prsetorium of the 
Old Hall of the Exchequiir of Normandy, at present the Hall of As- 
sises of Seine- Infferieure, at Rouen. 

099. Guillaume, Edmond J. B. (Paris) Palace of the Louvre, Decoration of 
the Daru Staircase. Designs for the vaulted ceiling. (Mosaic and 
marble.) 

zoo. Guillaume, Edmond J. B. (Paris) Palace of the Louvre. Decoration 

of the Daru Staircase. (Transverse section.) 
loi. Br6asson, Jean (Paris). City Hall of Suresnes. (Six panels in one 

frame; photographs and plans.) 

102. Br6asson, Jean (Paris). Project for a Palace for Fine Arts at Lille. 
(Five photographs in one frame.) 

103. Br^asson, Jean (Paris). The Museum at Nantes. (Six photographs in 
one frame.) 

Z04. Jourdain, Frantz (Paris). Billiard Hall decorated in the style of the 
Renaissance. Perspective view. (Photographs.) 

Z05. Jourdain, Frantz (Paris). Tomb of the Dida Family, at Draveil. Per- 
spective view. (Aquarelle.) 

Z06. Br6asson, Jean (Paris). Normal School at Auxerre. (Four aquarelles 

in one frame.) 

ALCOVE 8L 

Z07. Lheureux, Louis-Ernest (Paris). Church of Bray-Ltl. Perspective 
view and plans. Front and transverse section. 

Z08. Lheureux, Louis-Ernest (Paris). Library of the Law School, Paris. 
Transverse section. 

Z09. Ballu, Albert (Paris). Church of Jouy-le-Moutier. (Three plans.) 
Transverse section and plan. 

zzo. Ballu, Albert (Paris). Church of Jouy-le-Moutier. (Plans.) 

zzz. Ballu, Albert (Paris). Church of Jouy-le-Moutier. (Elevations and 
plans.) 

ZZ2. Bury, Victor (Paris' Villa at Fontainebleau. Front and plans. 

ZZ3. Lheureux, Louis- E'-nest (Paris). Library of the Law School. Eleva- 
tion on the Rue Cujas. 

ZZ4. Lheureux, Louis-Ernest (Paris). Library of the Law School. Plan. 

ZZ5. Lheureux, Louis-Ernest (Paris). Church of Bray Ld. Plan and per- 
spective view. 

zz6. Reboul, Albert-Clement- Jules (Paris). Restoration of the Chateaux 
d* Auffroy, Seine-Inferieure. (Four drawings.) South side. 

ZZ7. RebottI, Albert-Cl^ment-Jules (Paris). Restoration of the Chateau 
d* AufiEroy. Former condition of the north side. 

zz8. Reboul, Albert-Cl^ment-Jules (Paris). Restoration of the Chateau 
d* Auffroy. Former condition of the south side. 



FRANCE — ^ARCHITECTURE AS A FINE ART. 257 

IX 19. Reboul, Albert-Clement- Jules (Paris). Restoration of the Chateau 

d* Auffroy. North side. 
ZZ20. Lheureux, Louis-Ernest (Paris). Restaurant planned for the Quay de 

Bercy. (See also No. 1149.) 

ON NORTH END OF SCREEN NO. 1 (FOR HISTORIC SCULPTURES.) 

ZZ2Z. Chaussemiche, Benjamin (Paris). Front elevation for a hotel. 
Z122. Photographs of French Architecture. Large stand with hinged frames, 
numbered from 1 to 88. (Each photograph bears its title.) 

ON NORTH END OF SCREEN NO. 2 (FOR HISTORIC SCLUPTURES.) 

IZ23. Societe Centrale des Architects of France. Panel containing a list of 
the presidents of the; a copy of the diploma issued by the society, 
etc. 

ON EAST FRONT OF SCREEN. 

ZZ24. Vaudremer, Joseph- Auguste-^mile (Paris). Prison de la Sant6, Paris. 
Principal front. 

ZZ25, Vaudremer, Joseph-Auguste-^mile (Paris). Prison de la Sant^, Paris. 
General plans. 

ZZ26. Chaussemiche, Benjamin (Paris). Hotel. Design for front and plans. 

Z127. Vaudremer, Joseph-Auguste-Emile (Paris). Prison de la Sant€, Paris. 
Transverse section. 

ZZ28. Vaudremer, Joseph-Auguste-^mile (Paris). Front of a Tomb at 
St. Brice, near Paris. (Property of Mr. Rotels, architect, Boston.) 

ZZ29. Gaudin, F. (Paris) Design for the mural decoration of a Music-room. 
Underglaze decoration on earthenware panels with porcelain sur- 
face. 

113ft, Chedanne, Georges-Paul (Rome). The Tomb of Crivelli, by Dona- 
tello. 

ZZ3Z. Chedanne, Georges-Paul (Rome). Fragment from the Sistine Chapel, 
Rome. 

ZZ32. Chedanne, Georges-Paul (Rome). Gateway to the Venetian Palace at 
Rome. 

ZZ33. Chedanne, Georges-Paul (Rome). Tomb of Tartagni at Saint-Domi- 
nique, Boulogne. 

ZZ34. Comut, Emile (Paris). Normal School for Women Teachers at Cler- 
mont-Ferrand. (Two drawings.) 

ZZ35, Comut, Emile (Paris). Church of Vensat, Puy-de-Dome. (Two 
drawings.) Front and side elevations. 

ZZ36. Comut, Emile (Paris). Church of Vensat. Transverse sections. 

ON SOUTH END OF SECOND SCREEN. ' 

Z137. Wablc, Charles (Paris). Algerian-Tunisian Palace. (Five drawings.) 

Exterior, 
ZZ38. Wable, Charles (Paris). Algerian-Tunisian Palace. (Five drawings.) 

Interior, 

XZ39. Wable. Charles (Paris). Algerian-Tunisian Palace, Plans, 
17 



258 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION— DEP'x K — FINE ARTS. 

ZX40. Wable, Charles (Paris). Algerian-Tunisian Palace. North front 
XZ4Z. Wable, Charles (Paris). Algerian-Tunisian Palace. Plan. 

SOUTH WALL OF EAST COURT— ALCOVE 88. 

1x42. Pascal, Jean-Louis (Paris). Medical College at Bordeaux. (Three 

drawings ) Front. ' 
XX43. Pascal, Jean-Louis (Paris). Medical College at Bordeaux. Plan. 
XX44. Pascal, Jean-Louis (Paris). Medical College at Bordeaux. Transverse 

section. 
XX45. Bmneau, Eugene (Paris). Monument to Commemorate the French 

Revolution. (The Glory of the National Assembly of 1789.) Princi- 
pal elevation. 
XX46. Bmneau, Eugene (Paris). Monument to Commemorate th& French 

Revolution. Perspective view. 
XZ47. Bmneau, Eugene (Paris). Monument to Commemorate the French 

Revolution. Ground plan. 
XX48. Bmneau, Eugene (Paris). Monument to Commemorate the French 

Revolution. Transverse section. 
XX49. Lheurenx, Louis-Eraest (Paris). Restaurant designed for the Quay de 

Berce. (See No. 1120.) 

ALCOVE 90. 

BEYOND THE ALCOVE-ENTRANCE TO THE BRITISH SECTION. 

XX50. Dutocq, Victor- Antoine-Ferdinand (Neuilly-sur-Seine). Chateau of 

£couen (Seine-et-Oise); School of the Legion of Honor. Scheme 

for rebuilding and restoration. (Fourteen drawings.) The front on 

the Court of Honor. 
XX5X, Dutocq, Victor-Antoine-Ferdinand (Neuilly-sur-Seine). School of the 

Legion of Honor. Portico with the slaves of Michael Angelo. 
1x52. Dutocq, Victor-Antoine-Ferdinand (Neuilly-sur-Seine). School of the 

Legion of Honor. Loggia of the Grand Terrace. 
XX53. Dutocq, Victor-Antoine-Ferdinand (Neuilly-sur-Seine). School of the 

Legion of Honor. Restoration of the Principal Front. 
XX54* Dutocq, Victor-Antoine-Ferdinand (Neuilly-sur-Seine). School of the 

Legion of Honor. Front on the left side of the court. 
XX56. Dutoeq, Victor-Antoine-Ferdinand (Neuilly-sur-Seine). School of the 

Legion of HoBor. Principal front (Present condition.) 
XX57. Dutocq, VictOmAntoine-Ferdihand (Neuilly-sur-Seine). School of the 

Legion of Honor. Front on the right side of the court. 
XX58. Dutocq, Victor-Antoine-Ferdinand (Neuilly-sur-Seine). School of the 

Legion of Honor. Scheme of decoration. 
xxsp. Dutocq, Victor-Antoine-Ferdinand (Neuilly-sur-Seine). School of the 

Legion of Honor. Front on the grand Terrace. 
xx6o. Dutocq, Victor- Antonie-Ferdinand (Neuilly-sur-Seine). School of the 

Legion of Honor. Design for ceiling-decoration of chapel. 
xx6x. Dutocq, Victor-Antoine-Ferdinand (Neuilly-sur-Seine). School of th^ 

Legion of Honor. Chapel, 



FRANCE— ARCHITECTURE AS A FINE ART. 259 

1x62, Dutocq, Victor-Antoin€-Ferdinancl(Neuilly-sur-Seine). School of the 
Legion of Honor. Perspective view. 

X163. .Dutocq, Victor-Antoine-Ferdinand(Neuilly-sur-Seine). School of the 

Legion of Honor. Plans, (Present cofidition.) 
X164. Dutocq, Victor- Antoine-Ferdinand (Neuilly-sur-Seine). School of the 

Legion of Honor. Plans for restoration. 

ALCOVE 91. 

1x65. Sandier, Alexandre (Saint-Mand€). Sixteen Studies for Interior Decor- 
ation. 

1166. Calinaud, M^thurin-Eugdne (Paris). City Hall at Vincennes. Draw- 
ings in one frame, giving elevations. 

1x67. Calinaud, Mathurin-Eugfene (Paris). City Hall at Vincennes. Plan. 

1 168. Calinaud, Mathurin-Eug^ne (Paris). City Hall at Vincennes. Trans- 
verse sections. 

XX69, Calinaud, Mathurin-Eug^ne (Paris). City Hall at Vincennes. Per- 
spective views (photographs). 

XX70. Nizet, Charles (Paris). Comparative Study of two Towers Erected for 
Military Defense at Frejus (Var); one of ancient times, the other of 
the niiddle ages. 

xiyx, Nizet, Charles (Paris). Two Towers for Military Defense at Frejus 
(Var). Details. 

XX72. Sandier, Alexandre (Saint-Mand^). Fourteen Studies for Interior Dec- 
oration. 

ALCOVE 92. 

1x73. Vaudremer, Joseph-Auguste-Emile (Paris). Church of St. Peter of 

Montrouge, Paris. (Three drawings.) Transverse section. 
1x74, Vaudremer, Joseph- Auguste-Emiie (Paris). Church of St. Peter of 

Montrouge, Paris. Photographs of the interior. 
XX7S. Vaudremer, Joseph-Auguste-Emile (Paris). Church of St. Peter of 

Montrouge, Paris. The High Altar. 
X176. Vaudremer, Joseph-Auguste-Emile (Paris). Front of a Small Private 

Dwelling Rue d' Antin, Paris. 
1x77, Vaudremer, Joseph-Auguste-Emile (Paris). Bishop's Palace at Beau- 

vais (Oise). Ceiling of the Grand Salon. 
XX78, Vaudremer, Joseph-Auguste-Emile (Paris). Bishop's Palace at Beau- 

vais (Oise). Chimney-piece of the Grand Salon. 
X179. Bemier, Louis (Paris). Dwelling for a Painter in Paris. 
1 180. Ruy, Alphonse (Paris). Villa for Algeria. Elevations and details. 
xi8x. Ruy, Alphonse (Paris). Chalet for St. Gervais. Elevations and details. 

ALCOVE 93. 

X182. Dauver^^e, Louis-Ren^-Alphonse-Alfred (Paris). Front of the Brazil- 
ian Pavilion at the French Exposition-Universelle of 1889. 
(Aquarelle.) 

X183. Dattver^^e, Louis-Ren^-Alphonse-Alfred (Paris). Project for the Con- 
struction of a Grand Hippodrome for the city of Brussels. (Three 
aquarelles.) Transverse and longitudinal sections. 



260 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP't K — FINE ARTS. 

184. Dauver^^e, Louis-Ren^-Alphonse-Alf red (Paris). Project for a Hippo- 
drome at Brussels. Principal front. 

185. Dauvergne, Louis-Ren6-Alphonse- Alfred (Paris). Project for a Hippo- 
drome at Brussels. Ground plan. 

186. Bruneau, Eugene (Paris). Chateau of the Marquis de Braga; Front 
of a Hotel at Roubaix, and Monument to Gambetta. (Five photo- 
graphs in one frame.) 

187. Dauverg^e, Louis-Ren6-Alphonse-Alfred (Paris). Front and Interior 
views of the Mairie of Maisons-Laffitte. (Photographs.) 

188. Bruneau, Eugene (Paris). Project for a Lyric Theater. (Six draw- 
ings.) Longitudinal section. 

189. Bruneau, Eugene (Paris). Project for a Lyric Theater. Plan of first 
floor. 

Z90. Bruneau, Eugene (Paris). Project for a Lyric Theater. Plan of ground 
floor. 

191. Bruneau, Eugene (Paris). Project for a Lyric Theater. Longitudinal 
front. 

192. Bruneau, Eugene (Paris). Project for a Lyric Theater. Principal 
front. 

193. Bruneau, Eugene (Paris). Project for a Lyric Theater. Detiiil. 

194. Bruneau, Eugene (Paris). Monument erected in memory of the Siege 

of Paris. (Photograph.) 
IZ95. Bruneau, Eugene (Paris). Monument to the National Assembly of 1789. 
(Photograph.) 



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FRENCH HISTORIC SCULPTURES. 

CASTS OF SCULPTURE (MOSTLY AS APPLIED TO ARCHITECT- 
URE), FROM THE IX TO THE XIX CENTURY, INCLUSIVE. 



NUMBERS 1196 TO 1311, INCLUSIVE. 



COLLECTION FORMED UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE FRENCH NATIONAL 

COMMITTEE ON HISTORIC MONUMENTS FROM 

THE MUSEUM OF COMPARATIVE SCULPTURE, 

(PALACE OF THE TROCADERO, PARIS), 

THE MUSEUM OF THE LOUVRE 

AND 

THE MUSEUM OF DECORATIVE ARTS. PARIS. 



These casts all have been made from molds formed directly from the 
original objects; the material composing the molds having been forced into the 
smallest interstices of the stone, terra-cotta, wood or other material of the 
object to be copied, so as to reproduce in perfect detail all its textural qualities 
and slightest markings. 

SEVERAL VOLUMES OF PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE' MOST NOTEWORTHY EXAMPLES 
OF FRENCH HISTORIC ARCHITECTURE AND SCULPTURE ARE PLACED 
UPON A DESK IN THE CENTER OF THE EAST COURT, NEAR THE SECOND 
^ SCREEN. 

EAST COURT. 



EAST WALL. 

ZZ96. Germain-Pilon (1535 or 1536). The Virgin of Grief; or the Virgin of St 
Cyr, A statue originally placed in the Sainte-Chapelle, Paris; since 
1816 in the Chapel of the School of St. Cyr. (From the Mus6e of the 
Louvre.) Original in terra cotta, with traces of color. 

XZ97. Cathedral of Rheims. (Last of the XIII century.) Figure of a 
Prophet, from the interior decoration of the west wall. Original in 
stone. Height, 2.10 meters; width, 77 centimeters. 

ZX98. Cathedral of Rheims. (Last half of the XIII century. Base and capi- 
ital of a pillar from the side south of the Nave. Original in stone. 
Base height, 1.65 meters; width, 3 meters; capital height, 3.87 meters; 
width, 3 meters; height of shaft between the base and capital is 3.61 
meters in the original. 



262 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION— DEP*T K — FINE ARTS. 

ON SCREEN NO. 1— EAST SIDE. 

XX99. The Abbey of Char lieu (Loire). Part of the west front Twelfth cen- 
tury. Original in stone. Height, 11 meters; width, 11.50 meters. 
(Trocadero collection.) 

That part of the elevation which is shown oomprieee two semi-circnlar openings; 
one, a doorway, and the other a small window. An upright band of caryed ornaments 
frames in the doorway at the sides. On the lintel, the Savionr is represented seated 
between two angels sorroonded by the twelve apostles. In the tympanam, a nimbos, 
supported by two angels, contains a bas-relief of the Savionr pronoonoing a blessing. 
Around the nimbus are the symbols of the four evangelists. Figures of angels are used 
as terminals for the semi-circular arches. The lintel rests on two pilasters, the cap- 
itals of which are carved in foliated forms; on the left reveal a bas-relief represents a 
woman with a snake wound about her and a toad biting at her breast, symbolising 
lewdness. Underneath are small medallions containing chimerical animals. The 
pilasters supporting the first arch also support two small figures wearing stoles. 
Above the second pilaster are figures of David and St. John the Baptist. 

The window shows the following subjects: In the tympanum, on the arch, the 
Saviour and Apostles; on one of the capitals of the reveal, a demon; on the opposite 
capital, the Holy Trinity. The lintel seems to represent a sacrifice. Above it, and set 
in the wall, there is a small bas-relief of a figure issuing from clouds. The subject of 
this is not known. 

SOUTH WALL—ALCOVE 88. 

zaoo. Ancient Custom House of Rouen. High relief adorning the pediment. 

By Nicolas Couston. Eighteenth century. Original in stone. Height, 

2.80 meters; length, 9.20 meters. (Trocadero collection.) 

Mercury, seated upon a rock, holding the cadnceus in his right hand, a puree in his 
left, occupies the center of the composition. At his feet are a cock, a book and a 
pair of scales. A child, at his right, writes. At his left a man Ad children are 
unloading bales of merchandise. In the background are the prows of ships. 

ON SCREEN NO. 1— SOUTH END. 

X20I. Hotel Carnavelet. Fragment of border of a doorway. Sixteenth cen- 
tury. Original in stone. 

The Hotel Caraavalet was begun in 1544, on the plans of Pierre Lescot and John 
Bullant. Continued by Androoet du Cerceau and finally extended and completed by 
Franvois Mansart in 1655. From 1077 to 1696 it was the residence of Mme. De S6vign6 
It is now the property of the city of Paris and is used as a historical museum. The 
decoration was originally awarded to Jean Goojon and to the Florentine, P. Ponzio, 
known as **Maitre Ponce," who had been for years established in France. 

X202. Hotel Carnavelet. Fragment of border of a doorway. Sixteenth 
century. Original in stone. (See No. 1201.) 

2203. Cathedral of Rouen. Foliage from the pier of the west doorway. 
Thirteenth century. Original in stone. (Trocadero collection.) 

1204. Church of St. Martin at Brive (Corr^ze). Capital. Beginning of the 
twelfth century. Original in stone. Height, 45 centimeters: width, 
45 centimeters. (Trocadero collection.) 

Z205. Cathedral of Laon. Capital from one of the columns of the Triforium. 
(Thirteenth century. Original in stone. Height, 80 centimeters; 
width, 60 centimeters. (Trocadero collection.) 



FRANCE — FRENCH HISTORIC SCULPTURES 263 

NORTH WALL— ALCOVE 87. 

xao6. Hotel de Rohan (at present the National Printing Establishment), 
Paris. High relief crowning a portal. By Robert le Lorrain. 
Eighteenth century. Original in stone. Height, 2.80 meters; width, 
4,75 meters. (Trocadero collection.) 

The four honee of the san rear, with shaking manes, ont of the doads; in the 
fongioand a nude figure, half-kneeling« makes one horse drink oat of a vessel; a 
second figoie, at the right, holds another horse by the mane; the other horses pranoe 
in the oloads. 

WEST WALL— ALCOVE 87. 

iao7. Hotel Camavelet^ Paris. Medallion from the front. Group of children 
supporting an escutcheon. By Jean Goujon. Sixteenth century. 
Original in stone. Height, L65 meters, width, 68 centimeters. (See 
No. 1201.) 

ON NORTH END OF SCREEN NO. 1. 

Z2o8. Cathedral of Paris (Notre Dame). West front. Fragment of frame- 
work of the archivauit of the left portal. Foliage design. Begin- 
ning of the thirteenth century. Original, in stone. (Trocadero col- 
lection.) 

1209. Cathedral of Paris (Notre Dame). West front. Fragment of frame- 
work of ari^hivault of the left portal. Foliage design. Beginning of 
the thirteenth century. Original in stone. (Trocadero collection.) 

X2Z0. Cathedral of Paris (Notre Dame). West front; Fragment of frame- 
work of the archivauit of the left portal. Foliage design. Begin- 
ning of the thirteenth century. Original in store. (Trocadero col- 
lection.) 

X3ZX. Cathedral of Paris (Notre Dame). West front. Fragment of frame- 
work of the archivauit of the left portal. Foliage design. Begin- 
ning of the thirteenth century. Original in stone. (Trocadero col- 
lection.) 

X2Z2. Cathedral of Laon. Capitals of three joined columns from the Tri- 
forium. Thirteenth century. Original in stone. Trocadero col- 
lection.) 

ALCOVE 85. 

Z213. Church of Salnte-Croix, at la Charite (Ni^vre). Tympanum from the 
door of the south tower. (Main front.) Twelfth century. Original 
in stone. Height, 2.54 meters; width, 2.95 meters. 

The Sayioor, in a halo, is seen snrroonded by saints. Underneath, the Adoration of 
the Hagi and the Presentation at the Temple are represented. The eyes pf the figares, 
in the original, were of glass. 

12x4. Cathedral of Moissac (Tam-et-Garonne). Five plinths from capitals. 
Twelfth century. Originals in stone. Height, 18 centimeters; width, 
3 centimeters. 

12x5. Cathedral of Paris (Notre Dame). West front. Fragment of frame- 
work of the archivauit of the left portal. Foliage design. Begin- 
ing of the thirteenth century. Original in stone. (Trocadero col- 
lection.) 



264 WORLD*S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION— DEP't K — FINE ARTS 

1216. Cathedral of Paris (Notre Dame). West front. Fragment of frame- 

work of the archivault of the left portal. Foliage design. Begin- 
ning of the thirteenth century. Original in stone. (Trocadero col- 
lection.) 

1217. Cathedral of Laon. Capital of column from the Triforium. Thirteenth 

century. Original in stone. (Trocadero collection,) 

SUSPENDED FROM THE CEILING. 

1218. Cloister of Saint-Trophime at Aries. Two capitals of columns bound 

together by the plinth. Twelfth century. Original in stone. Height, 
62 centimeters; width, 75 centimeters. (Trocadero collection.) 

ALCOVE 85. 

1219. Cathedral of Laon. Capital from one of the columns of the Triforium. 

Thirteenth century. Original in stone. Height, 80 centimeters; width, 
60 centimeters. (Trocadero collection.) 

1220. Chateau of Ferte-Milon ( Aisne). H igh relief placed above the entrance, 

representing the Crowning of the Holy Virgin. Early part of Fifteenth 
century. Original in stone. Height, 5.10 meters; width, 6.40 meters. 
(Trocadero collection.) 

The Savioar, seated, holds a slobe in one hand, and with the other seems to be bless, 
ing the Holy Virgin, who kneels before Him. A kneeling angel leads the Yirgin, and 
three other angels attend her, one of them holding her garment Still another angel 
appears in the clonds and holds a crown above the Yirgin^s head. The composition is 
framed by an elaborately carved elliptical aroh, below which three angels sapport 
two escutcheons bearing the arms of Orleans. 

Z22Z. Statue of Marie-Adelaide de Savoie, Duchess of Burgundy (1685-1720). 
Statue by Coysevox; (from the Louvre.) 

She is represented as Diana, clothed in a short tonic, with a crescent in her hair ; her 
left hand raising a carl disarranged by her rapid walk, while the right hand caresses a 
greyhound. Upon the quiver hanging from her shonlders appear the cross and the 
ilear-de-lis of Bargandy. 

IN THE CENTER OF THE COURT. 

1222. Guillaume de Chanac, Bishop of Paris, Patriarch of Alexandria, founder 

in 1338 of the College of St. Michel in Paris (later known as the Col- 
lege de Pompadour); died, 1348. Fourteenth century Original in 
marble. Length, 1.94 meters; width, 49 centimeters. 

This figore was originally over his tomb ; formerly in the chapel of the Abbey of St. 
Victor, in Paris. Today it is in the Loavre. 

1223. Cathedral of Amiens. Tomb of Evrard de Fouilloy. Seventeenth 

century. Original in bronze. Length, 2.40 meters; width, 1.31 meters. 

Evrard de Foailloy (died, 1222), the forty-fifth Bishop of Amiens, laid the comer, 
stone of the cathedral in 1220. His tomb is sapportud by six lions. The Bishop liee 
in charchly robes with his foct resting apon two dmgonH. On either side a priest is 
represented, holding a wax candle, and an angel, swinging a censer. On the edge of 
the tomb is engraved: 

Qui populum pavit et fundamenta locavit 

Hujut StructurcB^ cvjus fuit urba data curate 

Hie redolens nardiM, fatna requieacit Evrardua^ 

Vir piu8 adfiictia viduia tutela^ relictis 

Cuaioa ; quoa paterat recreabat mu?i<?r«, verbia: 

Mitibua ayniu erat^ timedia, leo^ lima tuperbitm 



FRANCE — FRENCH HISTORIC SCULPTURES. 26$ 

1234. The Three Graces;^ by Germain Pilon (1535-1590). Group from the 
Church of the Celestins, Paris; now in the Louvre. Original in mar- 
ble. Height, 1 5 meters. 

They stand upright, dnped, back to back, with their hands touching. Upon their 
heads originally was an am which contained the heart of King Henry II, when this 
monament was set a p in the chapel of Orleans, in the Charch of the Celestins. 

Z225. Statue of Voltaire, by Houdon (1781). Original in marble. Height, 
1.65 meters. 

The great man is seated, smiling, his hair encircled by a band; he is enveloped in an 
ample robe, and his long hands clasp the arms of the chair. This statae, shown in 
the salon of 1781, now stands in the foyer of the Comodie Fran9ai8e, Paris. 
Z226. Statue, generally known under the name of "the Sheik el Beled.*' 

Found in a funeral urn in the necropolis of Memphis. One of the 

oldest statues known. Original in wood, in the Museum at Boulak. 

(Trocadero collection.) 
X227. The Abbey Church of Saint Gilles (Gard). Central portal and part 

of the west front. Twelfth century. Original in stone. Height, 7 

meters; width, 13 meters. 

The tympanum, now partly destroyed, originally contained a bas-relief representing 
the Savioar snrronnded by the symbolical animals of the Evangelists. The main arch 
springs from a cornice, in which are seen acnnthns leaves and brackets, with carvod 
symbols. The history of the Holy Passion is represented on the broad frieze under 
this cornice. Beginning at the left are seen the money-lenders being driven from the 
Temple, the Resurrection of Lazarus, and the Saviour prophesying Peter^s donial. On 
the lintel are found the Last Supper, Peter and Malchus, the Kiss of Judas, the Saviour 
before Pilate, and the Flagellation. The lintel is supported by two fluted pilasters 
upholding eagles. A similar shaped pilaster, though somewhat smaller, is used for 
the mullion. Each arcade contains statues of two draped apostles, with halos, stand- 
ing on lions that seem to be in the act of devouring men and animals. 

The base of the front is decorated with carved bands of fretwork and acanthus-leaf 
designs, framing the following bas-reliefs : On the left, the Sacrifice of Cain and Abel; 
on the right, an Archer Killing a Stag, and a Lion Hunt. At the sides of the doorway 
there are two pedestals supporting double Corinthian columns, on the common base 
of which are shown hunting scenes and scenes in the History of David. 

The broad frieze of the front is supported by four Corinthian columns (only two of 
which have beeaa. reproduced in. the cast). Its lower edge has a narrow carved band 
showing heads and animals. In the spaces between the columns there are six statues 
of apostles, placed in niches, between which are fluted pilasters supporting a foliated 
scrolL 
1238. Statue of Phillipe de Morvillier, First President of the Parliament of 

Paris (Died 1438). Fifteenth century. The head and hands of the 

original in marble; the body, stone. Length, 1.80 meters; width, 57 

centimeters. (From the Louvre.) 

From the tomb formerly in the Chapel of St. Nicholas, of the Church of the Mon- 
astery of St. Martin dee Champs, Paris. The robe is that of the members of the 
Parliament, and formerly was painted red. There were three bands of ermine upon 
the 1^ shoulder. 
Stotue of Philip VI, King of France (Died 1350). Attributed to Andr6 

Beauneveu. (From the Louvre.) Original in marble. Length, 1.72 

meters; width, 55 centimeters. 

From the tomb of the entrails of the King, in the Church of the Jacobins, rue Saint 
Jaoqnee, Paris. The right hand of the King holds a sceptre; the left, resting upon 
the breast, holds the case which, in funeral symbolism was snpposed to contain thp 
heart of the person in whose honor the totnb was ereotedf 



266 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP T K — FINE ARTS. 

ALCOVE 90. 

1230. Diana, By Houdon (1741-1828). (From the Louvre.) Eighteenth cen- 

tury. Bronze. Height, 1.90 meters. 

The goddess is naked, and adyancee, raised upon the extremity of her left foot. 
Her right hand carries an arrow; her left, a bow. 

1231. Hotel de Bourgtheroulde (Rouen). One of five bas-reliefs, representing 

the meeting on the Field of the Cloth of Gold (June 7, 1520). Sixteenth 
century. Original in stone. Height of each relief, 85 centimeters; 
length, 2.40 meters. This panel is "c" of the series as described 
below. (Trocadero collection.) 

In the fixBt panel (a) , No. 1265,on the west wall of aloore 62 (the second alcove to the 
west,) King Henry YIII, of England, is shown, coming oat of the town of Gaines; in 
the fifth (e) King Franoee I, of France, is coming oat of the town of Andres; in the 
second panel (&) the King of England, preceded by Cardinal Wolsey, and accompanied 
by the Dokes of Norfolk and Soffolk and a number of the Lords, adyances to meet 
Francis I; the fonrth panel (d) shows King Francis I, escorted by the Papal Noneio, 
the Cardinals of Boarbon, Lorraine and d* Albert, and the gentlemen of his court pro- 
ceeding to the place of meeting; the third panel (c) represents the meeting of the two 
kings, with their gorgeously costumed attendants in the background. 

1232. Hotel de Bourg^heroulde (Rouen). The Meeting on the Field of the 

Cloth of Gold, (d) King Henry VIII of England advancing to meet 
King Frances I, of France. 

1233. Hotel de Bourgtheroulde (Rouen). The Meeting on the Field of the 

Cloth of Gold, (d) King Francis I, with his retinue, proceeding to 

the place of meeting. 
1254. Hotel de Bourgtheroulde (Rouen). The Meeting on the Field of the 

Cloth of Gold, {e) King Francis I coming out of the town of Ardres. 
Z235. Cathedral of Rouen. Tomb of Louis de Br^e^, High Seneschal of 

Normandy and husband of Diane de Poitiers (Died 1631). This 

monument was executed by Jean Cousin (died 1590) and Jean Goujon. 

(Sixteenth century. Height, 7 meters; width, 4 meters.) 

In the original the statue of De Brdzd is in alabaster, lying on a sarcophagus of 
black marble bearing the inscription : 

**Miseri Cordes Oculas ad nos Convertite.** 

At the head of the sarcophagus, Diane de Poitiers is portrayed kneeling. At the 
foot are the Holy Virgin and the infant Saviour. On either side of these are Corin- 
thian columns supporting an entablature, the frieze of which is richly carred. Abore 
this and under an arch is an equestrian statue of Louis de Breze in warrior*s dress, 
with his sword in his hand. On each side draped caryatides support another entabla- 
ture. The caryatides on the left side represent victory and faith; thoee on the right, 
prudence andglory,the following insoriptibns being engraved on the variooB pedestals: 



"Cum triumpho vivit." 
"Fidelis Semper." 
*Trudensomni tempore." 
"MortuusC^nm gloria." 

In the spandrels are two small figures representing fame. The monument is crowned 
by a winged figure in the center, while nt the extremities carved goats support 
escutcheons on which are the letters L. B , interlaced with palms. On the background 
above the sarcophagus are long inncriptions on two blocks of black marble, enamer* 
fiting the honors and virtues of De Br6z6. 



FRANCE— FRENCH HISTORIC SCULPTURES. 267 

IN THE CENTER OF THE COURT. 

1236. Chateau of Marly. Adonis resting, after the chase. Group executed 

in 1710 by Nicholas Couston (1658-1733) for the chateau. Eighteenth 
century. Original in marble; in the Louvre. Height, 1.85 metres. 

ON SCREEN NO. 2. 

1237. Cathedral of Paiis (Notre Dame). West front; tympanum of the left 

portal (the "Portal of the Holy Virgin"). Beginning of the thir- 
teenth century. Original in stone. Height, 7.10 meters; width, 5.75 
meters. (Trocadero collection.) 

This tympanam is divided into three iwrts : The first one (the lintel) represents, on 
one aide, three prophets holding a scroll; on the other side, three crowned kings. In 
the center is a reliqaary, onder which is the statoe of the Holy Virgin. The second 
part represents the entombment of the Virgin; two angels hold the shroud in which 
she lies, while in the background the Saviour, surrounded by the apostles, gives His 
Ueesing. The third, or upper part, represents the crowning of the Virgin. Here she 
is seen seated at the right of the Saviour, and holding a crown, which an an^l seems 
to have handed her. On either side there is a kneeling angel, holding a torch. All 
thene figures are in high relief. 

1238. Cathedral of Paris (Notre Dame). Hinge of door in the west front. 

Thirteenth century. Original in wrought iron. 

X239. Nymph and Goat, or Amalth^e, by Pierre Julien (1731-1804). Eighteenth 

century. Original in marble. Height 1.72 meters. (From the 

Louvre.) 

This group, which figured in the salon of 1791, was afterward in the Dairy of the 
Chateau of Rambouillet. 

ON NORTH END OF SCREEN 2. 

Z240. Cathedral of Chartres. West side. Figures ornamenting one of the 

piers of the central portal. Twelfth century. Original in stone. 

Height, 5.41 meters; width, 1.45 meters. (Trocadero collection.) 

These figures hsve haloe and carry phylacteries. 
Z24Z. Hotel Carnavelet. Decoration of the staircase of Henry 11. Panel, 

with head of a stag and garlands of fruit. Sixteenth century. 

Original in stone. Height, 1.50 meters; width, 1.50 meters. 
1242. Cathedral of Amiens. West front. Pier of the central portal, with the 

figure of Christ widely known as "le beau dieu d'Amiens." First 

portion of Thirteenth century. Original in stone. Height, 7.46 

meters; width, 1.5 meters. 

With His back to the pier and protected by a canopy, Christ extends His left hand 
in benediction; holding in His right band the Book of Truth, and trampling ander 
His feet a lion and a dragon. Lower, under an arcade is the figure of a crowned King, 
holding in the right hand a sceptre and in the left a phylactery. Upon the lateral 
faces are vases— one with a lily, the other with a rose. 

ALCOVE 84, 

Z243. Rude, FranQois (1784-1855). Neapolitan Fisher Boy. (From the 
Louvre.) Nineteenth century. Original of stone. Height, 40 centi- 
meters; width, 95 centimeters. 

Wearing the national head-covering, with an amnlet at the neck, the young fisher 
boy entirely nude, in a half-sitting posture, plays with « tortois^t 



268 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION— DEP'T K — FINE ARTS. 

SUSPENDED FROM THE CEILING. 

Z244. Church of St. Eutrope, at Saintes. Capital of one of the pilasters of 
the nave. Twelfth century. Original in stone. Height, 65 centi- 
meters; width, 90 centimeters. (Trocadero collection.) 

1245. Church of St. Eutrope, at Saintes. Capital of one of the pilasters of 
the nave. Twelfth century. Original in stone. Height, 65 centime- 
ters; width, 90 centimeters. (Trocadero collection.) 

ALCOVE 83. 

Z946. Chateau of Gaillon. Bas-relief; Saint George and the Dragon, by Mar- 
tin Colombe. (From the Louvre.) First years of the sixteenth cen- 
tury. Original in marble. Height, 1.24 meters; width, 1.85 meters. 

The Saint, on horaeback, clad in armor, pieroea, with bis lance, the neck of the 
atmgglinflr monster. In the background the King of Lydia is seen on his knees in prayer. 

X247. The City Hall of Toulon. Portal, by Pierre Puget (1622-1694). Seven- 
teenth century. Original in stone. Height, 6.35 meters; width, 5.40 
meters. 

Two Atlas figares— half -bodies proceeding from sheathes adorned with draperies 
and shells— straining, sustain the balcony which sarmoonts the portaL At the key of 
the arch is a mask, below which is an esoatcheon. (Trocadero oolleotion.) 

X248. Cathedral of Chartres. One of six pilasters from the Choir, executed 
between 1514 and 1529, by Jean leTexier— also called JeandeBeauce 
(died 1529). Sixteenth century. Original in stone. Height, 2.30 me- 
ters. (Trocadero collection.) 

1249. Church of St. Nicholas, at Tfoyes. Bas-relief, representing the Ado- 
ration of the Magi. Sixteenth century. Original of stone. Height, 
1.35 meters; width, 2.14 meters. (Trocadero collection.) 

Z250. Barye, Antoine Louis (1796-1875). Jaguar and Hare. Nineteenth 
century. Original in bronze. Length, 1.10 meters; width, 40 centi- 
meters. (From the Louvre.) 

1251. Cathedral of Rouen« Sarcophagus and figure from thelomb of Louis 
de Br^z^. (Duplicate of a portion of No. 1232— which see.) 

Z252. Abbey Church of St. Denis. Lower portion of the tomb of King 
Henry II (died 1559), and of Catherine de Medicis (died 1589), by 
Germain Pilon (who died 1590). Sixteenth century. Original in mar- 
ble. Height, 95 centimeters; length, 3.37 meters; width, 1.67 meters. 
(Trocadero collection.) 

Upon a pedestal, ornamented with aoanthns leaves and with pearl moldings, lie the 
bodies of the king and qaeen, both nade. The qoeen is represented as still young— 
as she appeared at the time of the death of Henry II. 

IN CENTER OF COURT. 

Z253. Chateau of Versailles, Sculpture in the Park (Parterre d'Eau). La 
Garonne, group by Coysevox (1640-1720). Seventeenth century. 
Original in bronze. Height, 1.40 meters; length, 2.55 meters. (Tro- 
cadero collection.) 

A bearded figare, typifying a river-god. reclines, leaning upon an am luid holdin^r a 
ludder in his hund. At his feet is a capid. 



FRANCE— FRENCH HISTORIC SCULPTURES. 269 

1254. Cathedral of Bordeaux. Portal of the north transept. Fourteenth 
century. Original in stone. Height, 11 meters; width, 10.68 meters. 

The statne agaioBt the mallioD is that of Bertrand de Goth, archbishop of Bordeaux, 
elected Pope in 1905 ander the name of Clement V. He is repreeented arrayed in a 
chaanble with gloved hands, with a tiara on his head, giring a blessing with his right 
hand. On the imposts are statues of mitred bishops in niches, each under a carved 
dais. The first archivaolt contains Fitatnettes of angels ; the other two contain stato- 
ettes of the twelve apostles and varioas prophet^ and patriarchs. In the tympanum 
there are three rows of bas-reliefs; the lower one represents the Last Supper; the next 
one the Ascension, and the upper one shows the Saviour seated under a canopy be- 
tween two anirels— one of which holds a lance and the other the Napkin of Saint 
Yeronica. There are, besides these, two kneeling angels holding symbols of the 
sun and moon. 

Z255. Chateau of Versailles, Park (Parterre d'Eau). Nynlph and Cupid, by 
Magnier (1647-1715). Seventeenth century. Original in bronze. 
Height, 1.40 meters; length, 2.55 meters. (Trocadero collection). 

Crowned with aquatic plants, the nymph, half reclining, raises in her right hand 
corals and pearls. She rests her left hand upon a rudder. Behind her a cupid menaces 
a crocodile with a stick. 

Z256. Church of Notre Dame du Port, at Clermont-Ferrand. Portal of the 
south front Latter part of the eleventh century. Original in stone. 
Height, 6.58 meters width 4.32 meters. (Trocadero collection). 

A.t the sides of the opening are the figures of Isaiah and Saint John the Baptist. 
The Adoration of the Magi is represented on the lintel, together with the ^Tresenta- 
tion in the Temple an4 the Baptism of the Saviour." In the center, the Saviour is 
seen seated between two angels. About His head the letters. Alpha and Omega, are 
engraved, and beneath Him are the symbols of the Evangelists. Two groups, repre- 
senting the Annunciation and t^e Birth of the Saviour, are carved at the sides of the 
arch. 

ON THE SOUTH END OF SCREEN 2. 

1^7. Palace of the Louvre (Paris). Decoration of the staircase of Henry II. 
Panel, with head of a lion and garlands of fruit. Sixteenth century. 
Original of stone. Height, 1.50 meters; width, 1.50 meters. 

ALCOVE 92. 

1258. Fountain of the Innocents at Paris. Bas-reliefs executed by Jean 

Goujon (1520-1572) in 1550, at the time of the reconstruction of the 
monument by Pierre Lescaut. Sixteenth century. Original in 
stone. Height, 2.35 meters; width, 75 centimeters. 

These has-relie& represent six figures of Naiads holding urns, or rudders, and sym- 
bolize the Rivers of France. 

1259. Marie de Barbagon-Cany. Mortuary statue, by Barth^lemy Prieur 

(died 1611). From the Chateau of Versailles. Early years of the 
Seventeenth century. Original in marble. Height, 1.34 meters; width, 
1.8 meters. (Trocadero collection.) 
She kneels upon a cushion in an attitude of prayer; at her feet is a little dog. 

1260. Palace of the Louvre. Two Victories, framing one of the bull's-eyes of 

the court. By Jean Goujon (1520-1572). Sixteenth century. Original 
in stone. Height, 2.84 meters; width, 1.84 meters. 



270 VVORLD*S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION^ — DEP't K— FINE ARTS. 

ALCOVE 92. 

1261. Church of St. Jean (Troyes). One of the bas-reliefs of the High Altar, 
representing "The Last Supper." Sixteenth century. Original in 
alabaster. Height, 70 centimeters; width, L45 meters. 

1269. Chapel of St. Germer (Oise). Reredos of the main altar. Second 
half of the thirteenth century. Original of stone, and now preserved 
in the Cluny Museifm in Paris. Length, 3.70 meters; width, 57 centi- 
meters. 

In the center is represented the Cmcifizion of the Saviour, between the fignres of 
the Holy Virgin and Saint John. On the right is a church; on the left, a aynagogne. 
At the sides are Saint Peter and Saint Paol. To the right of Saint Peter is represented 
the Angelio Salutation; next, a warrior, with his arm in a sling, being cured by Saint 
Onen. Finally, appears Saint Qermer. To the left of Saint Paul are the Visitation, a 
lozd, a pil^m. Saint Germer and Dagobert. This bas-relief was colored and gilded; 
the background being of an elaborate diaper pattern. 

1363. Cathedral of Aix (Bouches-du-Rhone). Portal of the West front. 
First years of the sixteenth century. Original of stone and wood. 
Height, 5.50 meters; width, 5.80 meters. (Trocadero collection.) 

On the pier are the Virgin and Child, beneath an elaborate canopy. On the lower 
portion of the doors are the four great prophets— Ezekiel, Daniel, Jeremiah and 
Isaiah, surmounted by canopies of elaborate ornamentation, separated, two by two, 
by pilasters, decorated with arabesques and small fi^rures, and bearing at their capitals 
and on their bases the symbols of the Four Evangelists. The upper parts of the doors 
present the figures of the twelre sibyls, each under a canopy. 

1264. Chateau de Gaillon (£ure). A stall of the choir of the chapel, executed 
in 1509 by artists ot Rouen; preserved today in the Abbey ChurCh of 
St Denis. Sixteenth century. Original of wood. Height, 2.90 
meters; width, 1 meter. (Trocadero collection.) 

Below the elbow-rests rise two poets, deeigned in the ogiTsl style of the close of the 
fifteenth century, between which are placed two panels, which form the high back of 
the stall. In the first, in marquetrie of wood of yarious colors. Justice, seated and 
crowned, holds in one hand the sword, and in the other the scales. A phylactery bears 
her name. In the second, the Nativity of St. John the Baptist is represented, sculpt- 
ured in relief, under an architectural decoration of the style of the Renaissance. The 
back is ornamented with arabesques. Upon the seat and the posts are sculptured fig- 
urines in high relief. 

X265. Hotel de Bourgtheroulde (Rouen). One of five bas-reliefs represent- 
the Meetmg, on the Field of the Cloth of Gold, of King Henry VIII, of 
England, and King Francis I, of France. (See No. 1231 et seg.) This 
relief shows King Henry VIII leaving the town of Guines. Sixteenth 
century. Original in stone. Height, 85 centimeters; length, 2.4 
meters. 

Z266. Chateau of Lude (Sarthe). Statuette of an angel, serving as a weather- 
cock. Fifteenth century. Original of copper repouss^. Height, 
1.12 meters. Executed in 1475 by Jehan Barbet, of Lyons. (Ex- 
plained in an inscription in Gothic letters.) 

1267. Cathedral of Tours. Tomb of the Children of Charles VIII, King 
of France. Finished in 1506, by Jean Juste (died about 1535). For- 
merly in the Church of St. Martin, and now in the Cathedral. Six- 
teenth century. Original in marble. Height, 1.35 meters; length, 
1.91 meters; width, 90 centimeters. (Trocadero collection.) 



Prance — French historic sculptures. 27! 

Upon the Baroophagos are lying the two princes, clad in long robes sewn with flenr- 
de-lis and dolphins; their heads reposing npon two eoshions supported by two kneel- 
ing angels; at their feet ore two other angels in the same position holding shields. 
The long sides of the monument are decorated with escntcheons with the arms of the 
Danphins of France, each between two winged genlL Upon the ends, inscriptions 
appear upon medallions, which, in the original, are in black marble. Upon the sides 
of the top-piece, of which the tmgieB are formed by four dolphins, are seyeral fignree 
terminating in arabesques, and groups repreeuiting Herculee in conflict with the 
Hydra, Hercules wrestling with Alcestee, Samson carrying off the gates of Gasa, 
Samson strangling the lion, Samson armed with the jaw-bone of the ass, and Delilah 
cutting Samson's hair. At the head of the sarcophagus are a centaur and a siren; at 
the foot are two chimerical figures. 

AT PARTITION— BETWEEN ALCOVES 92 AND 93. 

1168. Chateau of Versailles. The Park — Parterre of Latone. Bacchante. 
Terminal figure, by Jean Dedieu (of Aries). Eighteenth century. 
Original in marble. Height, 3.05 meters; width, 1.10 meters. (Tro- 
cadero collection.) 

The head crowned with ivy; the bust nude. She strikes a tambourine. 

ALCOVE 93. 

1269. Cathedral of Beauvais. Door (one of a pair) from the portal of the 

south transept. Sixteenth century. Original doors of wood. Height, 
6 meters; width, 2 meters. (Trocadero collection.) 

The portal, of which these doors are part,is subdivided by a mullion, against which« 
prior to 1708, there was a statue of Saint Peter under a canopy. Each of the double 
doors, which were executed by Jean le Pot, a sculptor living in Beauvais, (who died 
about the year 1565} are diTided into three panels by small engaged columns. In the 
lower part of the panels are seen arabesque ornaments and salamanders, the latter 
being the emblem of Francis I. The conyersion of Saint Paul is represented in the 
center of the right hand door, while the Healing of the Sick is portrayed on the left 
hand door. The upper portion of each panel has a richly oarred frame. 

1270. Palace of the LouTre. Staircase of Henry II. Door-]amb ornamented 

with flowers. Original of stone. 
Z27X. Palace of the Louvre. Staircase of Henry II. Door-jamb ornamented 

with flowers. Original of stone. Variation of No. 1267. 
Z272. Cathedral of Beauvais. Door (one of a pair) from the portal of the 

south transept. (See No. 1266 for description.) Sixteenth century. 
1273. Chateau of Versailles. The Park — Parterre d*£au Group of children, 

by Van Clfeve (1645-1732). Seventeenth century. Original in bronze. 

Height, 1.75 meters; width, 1.95 meters. (Trocadero collection.) 

One of the children holds a crown, another a quiver, and the third blows upon a 
oonch-shell. 

IN THE CENTER OF THE COURT. 

X274. Chateau of Versailles. The Park— Parterre d*Eau. Nymph and Cupid, 
by Magnier (1647-1715). Seventeenth centuiy. Original of bronze. 
Height, 1.40 meters; width, 2.55 meters. (Trocadero collection.) 

Leaning upon her elbow upon a mass of shells, the njmph reclining, half nude, 
holds in her right hand a plan half unrolled. Her left hand rests upon the shoulder of 
a cnpid which, standing on a dolphin, blows in a conch shell. 



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1275. Cathedral of Nantes. Tomb of Francis II, the last Duke of Brittany, 

and of Marguerite de Foix, his second wife. Finished between 1502 
and 1507, by Michel Colombe (died 1512) after the designs of Jeha 
Perr^al (died 1529). Originally in the church of the Carmelites, at 
Nantes; later transferred to the cathedral. Beginning of the six- 
teenth century. Original in marble. Height, 1.60 meters; length, 
3.60 meters; width, 1.62 meters. (Trocadero collection.) 

The Baroopha^ns, which is in white marble, is covered by a slab of black maifole, 
npon which repose the duke and dachess. crowned and with thei hands joined. Three 
kneeling angels support their heads npon the cashions there; at their feet, a lion and 
a greyhound guard their shields. In the original the base is decorated with six- 
teen medallions framing mourners, of whom the garments are of green marble and the 
faces and hands are of white marble. Below are sixteen statuettes in white marble: 
the twelve apostles, (separated by pilasters adorned with arabesques) ; at the sides of 
the head, St. Louis and Charlemagne, and at the sides of the foot, Bt. Francis of 
Assifei and Hte. Marguerite the two latter, the patron saints of the duke and the 
duchess, in the angles of the monument, four figures represent the caidinal virtues. 
Justice holds in her left hand the book of the law, and in her right, a swonL Pru- 
dence, with a double face, carries a mirror and a compass; at her feet is a serpent. 
Temperance holds a bridle and a clock. Force, wearing casque and cuirasae, carries 
in the left hand a crenellated tower, from which she drags out a monster. 

1276. Chateau of Versailles. The Park — Bosquet de la Danse. Vase by 

Lehongre (1628-1690). Seventeenth century. Original in lead. 
Height, 1.10 meters. (Trocadero collection.) 

1277. Chateau de Marly. A shepherd and a little Satyr. Group executed by 

Coysevox for the Chateau de Marly (at present in the Louvre). 
Eighteenth century. Original in marble. Height, 1.85 meters. 

The shepherd, seated, plays upon his flute ; the little satyr, approaches silently, 
his finger upon his lips, to rob the shepherd of his baton. 

1278. Chateau of Versailles. The Park — Parterre d'Eau. La Dordoge, 

by Coysevox. Seventeenth century. Original in bronze. Height, 
1.40 meters; width, 2.55 meters.) (Trocadero collection.) 

A nymph reclines, resting her right elbow npon two urns from which two streams 
are flowing, typifying the two tributaries of the river. A cupid leans upon her. 

AT PARTITION— BETWEEN ALCOVES 82 AND 83. 

X279. Chateau of Versailles. The Park— Parterre of Latone. Hercules. 
Terminal figure by Lecomte (1737-1817). Eighteenth century. Ori- 
ginal in marble. Height, 3.5 meters. '(Trocadero collection.) 
He is clothed in a lion*s skin and carries a club upon his shoulder. 

ALCOVE 82. 

X280. Chateau of Versailles. The Park — Parterre d* Eau. Group of Children 
playing with a Swan. Seventeenth century. Original in bronze. 
Height, 1.75 meters; width, 1.15 meters. 

X28i. Cathedral of Mans. Tomb of Guillaume de Bellay, Lord of Langey, 
Governor of Pi^mont, for the King of France (Died 1543). This 
tomb was erected in 1557, in the Chapel of Notre Dame du Chevet, 
now called "The Chapel of the Holy Virgin." It is supposed to have 
been executed by Jean Cousin or Germain Pilon. Sixteenth century. 
Original in marble. Height, 1.72 meters; width, 2.11 meters. (Troca- 
dero collection.) 



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The Warrior reclinee on a sarcophagus, leaning on a helmet. In his left hand he 
holds a book; ip his right hand a sword. The inscriptions tell of his deeds as a war- 
ilor, diplomat and a patron of letters. He died at Saint Symphorie, between 
Lyons and Koanne in 1543. 

AT THE SOUTH END OF SCREEN 3. 

1382. Chateau of Versailles. Park— Bosquet de la Danse. Torch stand by 
Lebongre (1628-1690). Seventeenth century. Original in lead. 
Height, 2.19 meters; widtb, 89 centimeters. (From the Trocadero 
collection.) 

EAST SIDE OF SCREEN 3. 

Z263. Cathedral of Limoges. Gallery. Executed in 1533-1534. Name of 
designer unknown. Original in stone. Height, 6.30 meters; width, 
11.4. meters. Erected for Jean de Langeac, Bishop of Limoges, 
Ambassador of France to Rome. 

In the center is an elliptical doorway with Anted colamns, from which tfpring two 
olnsters of balostera of Tarious shapes, on which delicate flowers and bas-reliefs are 
carved. On the base occnrs this device, ^'Marceesit in ocio Yirtns,^* which is repeated 
in other parts of the work. The gallery is terminated by colamns at each end. To 
each inter-colnmniation there are three niches— which are now empty, bot above 
which are the remains of most ezqnisite canopy brackets and small pilasters. On 
either side of the brackets are angels carrying symbols of the Holy Passion. Below 
these are wreaths, in the center of which were < riginally, it is soppoeed, the arms of 
Jean de Langeac. Below the niches are six bas-reliefs representing the Tasks of 
Hercnlee. The upper portion of the monament is corbelled out so as to form a 
gallery, on the face and between the arches of which are pendants and niches filled 
with moltiated stataes. The latter seem to represent Faith, Hope and Charity on one 
aide, and Justice, Prudence and Temperance on the other. These pendants are con- 
nected by arches, in the mouldings of which are seen carved heads of cherubs. 

The balustrade is composed of exquisitely carved pilasters and columns. The entire 
ornamentation, especially that of the pilasters about the niches, contains arabesque 
and foliated forms together with many symbolical figures, and furnishes a re- 
markably good example of the wealth of imagination for which the artists in the 
period of the Benaiaeanoe were noted. 

At the bottom of the first pilaster, to the left of the door, near a figure of a warrior, 
the name "David" is engraved on a shield ; while on another pilaster occurs the date 
1583. On the fourth pilaster to the right, under a female figure and between two 
figurea of children, is seen the name ^^Charitas.*' Another date, 1584, ia found upon 
a bracket under the last pendant on the right hand side. 

AT THE NORTH END OF SCREEN 3. 

Z284. Chateau of Versailles Park — Bosquet de la Danse. Torch stand, by 
Masson (1627-1684). Seventeenth century. Original in lead. Height, 
2.31 meters; width, 1 meter. 

ALCOVE 94. 

1285. Church of St. Maclou, at Rouen. West front; door on the left side, 
attributed to Jean Goujon. Sixteenth century. Wood. Height, 5.60 
meters; width, 2.82 meters. 

A bracket of considerable projection divides the door into two panels and carries 
four statuettes representing St. John the Baptist, 8t. John the Evangelist, Moses and 
Abraham. Between these atatuettes figures in slight relief typify three of the seasons. 
In the center of the upper panel a medallion illustrates the parable of .the good Shep- 
herd. JesuB Himself appears to ezphiin the meaning of it to four persona— a pope, a 

king, a priest and a layman. Above, ure ungels in the clouds, whence is extended the 
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hand of Jehovah. Two great fignree frame this panel; on the left, Melohisidec; on 
the right, SL Peter. Two other figures frame the lower panel; Aaron at the left, St. 
Full at the right. This panel ie dirided into two parts; the upper portion presents a 
sjrmbolio personage sitting in the clonds; the lower shows two node childrai playing 
nnder a tree^ and two satyrs. 

1286. Barye Antonie Louis (1796-1875). Lion Strangling a Boa. Group from 
the Garden of the Tuilleries. Nineteenth century. Original in 
bronze. Length, 1.80 meters; width, 1 meter. 

CENTER OF THE COURT. 

Z287. Chateau de Marly. Hamadryads and Child. Group executed by Coy- 

sevoz. Eighteenth century. Original in marble. 
X288. Barye, Antoine-Louis (1796-1875). Jaguar and Hare. From the 

Museum of the Louvre. Nineteenth century. Original in bronze. 

Length, 1.10 meters; width, 40 centimeters. 

WEST SIDE OF SCREEN 3. 

1289. Cathedral of Chartres. One of six pilasters belonging to the decora- 

tion of the choir, executed from 1514 to 1529, by Jean le Texier, also 
called Jean le Beauce (Died 1529). Sixteenth century. Original in 
stone. Height, 2.30 meters. (Trocadero collection.) 

1290. Hotel Carnavalet, Paris. (See No. 1201.) Lion in bas-relief, decorating 

the front. By Paul Ponce. Sixteenth century. Original in stone. 

Height, 86 centimeters; length, 1.58 meters. Facing to the right. 

(Companion of No. 1298.) 
Z291. Palace of the Louvre (Paris). Two young Tritons with Pipes. Central 

motive of a ceiling panel. Original in stone. Height, 2.31 meters; 

width, 1.46 meters. (Companion to No. 1306.) 
1292, Hotel Carnavalet (Paris), (See No. 1201.) Court of Honor. Nine 

masks, fauns and satyrs, decorating keystones of arches. By Paul 

Ponce. Sixteenth century. Original in stone. Height of each, 60 

centimeters; width, 58 centimeters. 
X293, Chateau of Versailles, Park, Cascade de I'All^e d'Eau. River God- 
dess and Children, by Lehongre (1628-1690). Original in lead gilded* 

Height, 2.25 meters; width, 4 meters. 

The abore belongs to a groap of three panele, of which No. 1800 is the center, with 
No. 1293 at the right and No. 1307 at the left As eeen in the park at Yersailles, they 
are deparated by terminal figures in stone, having masqaee and feet of bronze. 

1294. Hotel Carnavalet (Paris). (See No. 1201.) "Abundance." Bas-relief on 
the front, decorating the keystone of an arch, by Jean Goujon. Six- 
teenth century. Original in stone. Height, 165 meters; width, 68 
centimeters. (Companion to No. 1303.) 

Z295. Chateau of Versailles. Door from the Salon of Hercules. Carved in 
arabesques of renaissance design. Seventeenth century. Original 
in wood. Height, 1.45 meters; width, 1.2 meters. Trocadero collec- 
tion. 

X296. Cathedral of Chartres. Panel detached from one of the Pilasters of 

the Choir. (See No. 1248 and No. 1297.) Sj;cteenth century. Origi- 
inal of stone. 



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1197. Cathedral o£ Chartres. One of six pilasters from the Choir, executed 
between 1514 and 1629, by Jean le Texier; also calle^ Jean de Beauce 
(died 1529). Sixteenth century. Original of stone. Height, 2.30 
meters. (Trocadero collection.) 

1298. Hotel CanuiTalet (Paris). (See No. 1201.) Trophy; bas-relief decorat- 
" ing the front, by Paul Ponce. Sixteenth century. Original in stone. 

Height, lw25 meters; width, 1.23 meters. (Companion to No. 1302.) 

1299. Chateau of Versailles. Park — Cascade de TAllde d*£au. Nymphs at 

the bath, by Girardon (1628-1715). Central panel of the principal 
front. Original in lead, gilded. Height, 1.25 meters; width, 6.15 
leters. (See No. 1298.) (Trocadero collection.) 

xjoo. Palace of the Louvre (Paris). Child with Pipes. By Jean Goujon 
(1520-1572). From the hall of the Caryatides. Sixteenth century. 
Original in stone. Height, 1 meter; width, 95 centimeters. 

1301. Hotel Camavalet (Paris). (See No. 1201.) Lion in bas-relief, decor- 
ating the front, by Paul Ponce. Sixteenth century. Original in 
stone. Height, 86 centimeters; length, 1.58 meters. Facing to the 
left. (Companion to No. 1290.) 

1303. Hotel Camavalet (Paris). (See No. 1201.) Trophy— bas-relief decor- 
ating the front, by Paul Ponce. Sixteenth century. Original in 
stone. Height, 125 meters; width, 1.23 meters. (Companion to No. 
1298.) 

1303. Hotel Camavalet (Paris). (See No. 1201.) Diana — bas-relief of the 

front, decorating the keystone of an arch, by Jean Goujon. Six- 
teenth century. Original in stone. Height, 125 meters; width, 58 
meters. (Companion to No. 1294.) 

1304. Chateau of Versailles. Door from the Salon of Hercules. Carved in 

arabesques of renaissance design. Seventeenth century. Original 
in wood. Height, 1.45 meters; width, 1.2 meters. (Trocadero col- 
lection.) (See also No. 1295.) 

1305. Cathedral of Chartres. One of six pilasters from the choir, executed 

between 1514 and 1529, by Jean le Texier, also called Jean de 
Beauce (died, 1529). Sixteenth century. Original of stone. Height, 
2.30 meters. (Trocadero collection.) 

1306. Palaccof the Louvre (Paris). The Young Jupiter. Central motive of 

a ceiling panel. Original in stone. Height, 2.25 meters; width, 1.40 
meters. (Companion to No. 1291.) 

1307. Chateau of Versailles. Park — Cascade de V All^e d* E*au. River god- 

dess and children, by Legros (1629-1714). Original in lead, gilded. 
Height, 1.25 meters; width, 4 meters. (See Nos. 1293 and 1299.) 
(Trocadero collection.^ 



ON PEDESTAL. 



X308. Chateau de Marly. Adonis Resting from the Chase. Group executed 
by Nicolas Coustou (1658-1733). (Now in the Louvre.) Eighteenth 
century. Original, in marble. Height, 1.85 metres. • 
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1309. Chateau of Versailles. Park — Parterre of Latone. Nymph with the 

Shell,^ by Coysevox. Eighteenth century. Original of marble. Height, 

1.25 meters; width, 1.90 meters. 

Half-ieolining and half-node, she holds in her right hand a shell, from which she 
appears to f oroe the water. The original lately has been pUoed in the LoaTie, and 
wiU be replaced at Versailles by a copy. 

ALCOVE 81. 

X3Z0. Palace of the Louvre (Paris). Group of Children. Cartouch and gar- 
land of fruits, decorating the entrance of the staircase of Henry II. 
Original of stone. Height, 2.75 meters; width, 2.35 meters. 

SHOWN IN NORTH COLONNADE— FRONT OF EAST PORTION OF CENTRAL PA- 
VILION — (ON OUTSIDE OF BUILDING PROPER). 

13ZZ. Chateau of Versailles. Park — Parterre du Nord. Cascade de TAll^e 
d' Eau. Principal Front. Figures typifying Rivers, etc Panels (of 
lead, gilded, in the original) separated by terminals (of stone, with 
bronze masks and feet in the original). Central Motive, "Nymphs 
at the Bath," by Girardou (1628-1715). Panel at the left. River and 
Children, by Lehongre (1628-1690). Panel at the right, River and 
Children, by Legros (1629-1714). At left end, Nymph and Cupid 
mounted upon a Dolphin, by Lehongre. At right end. Nymph and 
Cupid mounted upon a Dolphin, by Legros. Height (highest por- 
tion), 2.25 meters; length, 31.35 meters. 



HUGO SCHSABS-ALQUlsi. 



GERMANY 



Imperial Commissioner, 
HON. ADOLF WERMUTH, 

3171 Groveland Avenue. 



Delegate for Fine Arts, 
HUGO SCHNARS-ALQUIST, 

9048 Lake Park Avenue. 



Chief of the Sales Office of the General German Art Association, 

REINHOLD VAN BAERLE. 



For information regarding exhibits for 
sale apply to MR. VAN BAERLE, in 
the Galleries of the German Section. 



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GERMANY. 



THE NUMBERS TO WHICH THIS CATALOGUE REFERS 

ARE PRINTED IN RED. 

MANY OF THESE WORKS ARE FOR SALE. 
PRICES WILL BE GIVEN AT THE OFFICE OF 
THE GERMAN SECTION, IN ROOM 29, (MAR- 
BLE ROOM.) 



Group 139— Sculpture. 

« 

NORTH COURT— NUMBERS 1 TO 29, INCLUSIVE. 

THE NUMBERING BEGINS AT THE NORTH END OE THE NORTH COURT. 

z. Baerwald, Robert (Berlin). H. M. the Emperor William I. Loaned by 
the Royal Academy of Berlin. (Plaster.) 

2. Wagmtlller, Mich. (Munich) Justus von Liebig. (Plaster.) 

3. Bergmeier, C. A. (Steglitz-Berlin) A Table Set. (Bronze.) 

4. Kahle, Anna von (Berlin). Bacchus. (Majolica.) 

5. Schulz, Professor Moriz (Berlin). Modern Roman Lady. (Marble.) 

6. Riesch, Otto (Berlin). Song of Praise. (Bronze.) 

7. Schott, Walter (Berlin). Bust of Prin .e Stolberg. (Plaster.) 

8. Herter, Professor E. (Berlin) In the Depth of the Sea. (Plaster.) 

9. Klein, Max (Berlin). A Lady's Head. 

xo. Unger, Max (Berlin). Fisherman. (Zink cast.) 

zx. Piper, Carl (Berlin). Bust of a Pilot. (Bronze.) 

X2. Wenck, E. (Berlin) Amorous Faun. (Bronze.) 

X3. Klein, Max (Berlin). A Deathly Embrace (Man struggling with a Lion). 

(Bronze.) 

X4. Krusc, Max (Berlin). Portrait of Miss B. (Marble.) (Now in room 3L) 

X5. Hischen, Ernst (Berlin). Statuette (Man with Dogs.) (Bronze). 

x6. Ochs, Franz (Berlin, Wilmersdorf). Emperor William I. (Marble.) 

X7. Elster, G. (Braunschweig) Johny. (Terra cotta.) 

x8. RoBse, Franz (Berlin). Lili. (Marble.) 

19. Schott, Walther (Berlin). Female Figure. (Marble.) 



GERMANY — SCULPTURE. 279 

20. Hirt, Pi-ofessor Joh. (Munich) Andromeda. (Marble.) 

22. Hultzsch, Professor Herm (Dresden). Echo. (Marble.) 

22. Elster, G. (Braunschweig). Ave Maria. (Terra cotta.) 

23. Ochs, Franz (Berlin, Wilmersdorf). H. M. Emperor William II, (Marble.) 

24. Schott, Walter (Berlin). Bust of My Wife. (Plaster.) 

25. Brossmann/ Professor Gust (Dresden). Fettered Psyche. (Marble.) 

26. Ohmann, R. (Berlin) Female Ideal Bust. (Marble.) 

27. Schott, Walther (Berlin). Bust of the late Professor de Ahna. (Plaster.) 

28. Musch, Leo (Dusseldorf). Faith. (Marble figure for a tomb.) 

29. GlauflOgel, Otto (At present at Rome). Italian Fisher Boy. (Zink cast.) 

ROTUNDA— NUMBERS 30 AND 31. 

30. Hondrieser, Professor Emil (Charlottenburg). Peace. (Plaster.) 

31. Lock, Michel (Berlin). Spartacus. (Plaster.) 

WEST COURT— NUMBERS 32 TO 41, INCLUSIVE. 

32. Geiger, N. (Berlin, Wilmersdorf) Labor. (Plaster.) 

33. Tttrpe, Paul (Berlin). Laughing Boy. (Marble.) 

34. Baumbach, Max (Berlin). The Siesta. (Marble.) 

35. Rumpf, Carl (Frankfort-on-the-Main). Adam and Eve. (Bronze.) 

36. Riesch, Otto (Berlin). Grown Poor. (Bronze.) 

37. Kruse, Bruno (Berlin). Head of a Nymph. (Marble.) 

38. Geiger, Mrs. H. (Berlin, Wilmersdorf). Bust of Madonna. (Marble.) 

39. Uechtritz, Cuno von (Berlin). Morning. (Bronze chandeliers for electric 

lighting.) 

40. Uechtritz, Cuno von (Berlin). Evening. (Bronze chandeliers for electric 

lighting.) 

41. Uechtritz, Cuno von (Berlin). A Girl's Head. (Marble.) 

GALLERY 28— NUMBERS 42 TO 48, INCLUSIVE. 

42. Maison, Rud. (Munich) Negro Riding on an Ass. (Plaster.) 

43. Toberentz, R. (Berlin) Resting Herdsman. (Bronze.) Loaned by the 

National Gallery of Berlin. 

44. Bnitt, Ad. (Berlin) Phryne. (Bronze.) 

45. Gatz, I. (Berlin, Schoneberg) Balancing Boy, (Bronze.) 

46. Gotz, I. (Berlin, Schoneberg) Female Water Drawer. (Bronze.) 

47. Wind, Joh. (Munich) Female Juggler. (Bronze.) 

48. Schott, Walter (Berlin). Bust of H. M. Emperor William II. (Plaster.) 

GALLERY 29-NUMBERS 49 TO 65, INCLUSIVE. 

49. Lepcke, Ferd. (Berlin) Listening. (Marble.) 

50. Eberlein, Professor G. (Berlin) Thorn Puller. (Marble.) Loaned by the 

National Gallery of Berlin. 

51. Hilgers, Professor C. 'Berlin) Christ Healing the Daughter of Jairus. 

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52. Dobbertin, O. (Hamburg) Resting Boy. (Marble.) 

53. Heidepriem, T. (Berlin) Sleep. (Marble.) 

54. Hilgers, Professor C. (Berlin) Christ Healing the Sick. (Plasteit 

relief.) 

55. Begas, Professor Reinh. (Berlin) Bust of Menzel. (Marble.) Loaned 

by the National Gallery of Berlin.) 

56. Uechtritz, Cuno v. (Berlin) Two wall figures in bronze, for electric 

lighting. 

57. Begas, Professor Carl (Berlin). Brother and Sister. (Marble.) Loaned 

by the National Gallery of Berlin. 

58. Begas, Professor Reinh. (Berlin) Bust of von Moltke. (Marble.) Loaned 

by the National Gallery of Berlin. 

59. Begas, Professor Carl (Berlin). Faun and the Infant Bacchus* (Marble.) 

Loaned by the National Gallery of Berlin. 

60. Schott, Walter (Berlin). Bust of a Child. (Marble.) 

61. Schott, Walter (Berlin). Developed. (Plaster.) 

62. Paul, Ernst (Dresden). Girl Fastening Sandals. (Marble.) 

63. BrUtt, Ad. (Berlin) "Eve." (Marble.) Loaned bv the National Gallery 

of Berlin. 

64. Epler, Heinr. (Dresden) A Gleaner. (Marble.) 

65. Kahle, Anna von (Berlin). Sleeping Child. (Marble.) 

66. Brossmann, Professor Gust. (Dresden) Battle of Centaurs. (Marble re- 

lief.) 

GALLERY 30— NUMBERS 67 TO 77, INCLUSIVE 

67. Kiesewalter, H, (Berlin) Statuette of a Horse. (Bronze.) • 

68. Steinemann, H. (Berlin) Little German Warrior. (Bronze.) 

69. Lepcke, Ferd. (Berlin) Listening. (Bronze.) 

70. Kiesewalter, H. (Berlin) Statuette [of a Horse. (Bronze.) 

71. Moser, Professor Jul. (Berlin) Statuette of H. M. Emperor William .II 

(Bronze statuette.) 

72. Nowak, Leopold (Hanau). Venus and Cupid. (Bronze.) 

73. Nowak, Leopold (Hanau). Female Bacchante and the Infant Bacchus. 

(Bronze.) 

74. Hilgers, Professor C. (Berlin) Small model for a W^arrior's Monument at 

Diisseldorf. (Bronze.) 

75. Herter, Professor E. (Berlin) A Fish Rarely to be Met With. (Broaze.) 

76. Ttlbbecke, Franz (Berlin). Drinking Boy. (Bronze.) 

77. Kruse, Max (Berlin). The Messenger of Marathon. (Bronze.) 

GALLERY 31— NUMBER 78. 

78. Uphues, Jos. (Berlin) An Archer. (Bronze.) 

GALLERY 32— NUMBERS 79 TO 81, INCLUSIVE. 

79. Calandrelli, Professor A. (Berlin) Nymph. (Bronze.) 

8o* Vordennayer, M. (Berlin) Domestic Industry. (Oak wood.) 

8x. Dorn, Carl (Berlin). Fountain Figure. (Swan group.) (Bronze.) 



GERMANY — SCULPTURE. 28 1 

GALLERY 33— NUMBERS 82 TO 84, INCLUSIVE. 

82. Herter, Professor E. (Berlin) Moses Destroying the Tables of Law. 

(Oak wood.) 

83. Stuck, Franz (Munich). An Athlete. (Bronze.) 

84. Breuer, Peter (Berlin). Spring. (Bronze.) 

GALLERY 34— NUMBERS 85 TO 108, INCLUSIVE. 

85. Holbe, Rud. (Dresden, A.) The Rat Catcher of Hameln. (Bronze.) 

86. Riesch, Otto (Berlin). Victory. (Bronze.) 

87. GlauflOgel, Otto. (At present at Rome). Italian Oyster Dealer. (Bronze.) 

88. Landsberg, Max (Berlin). An English Thoroughbred. (Bronze.) 

89. Landsberg, Max (Berlin). An English Thoroughbred. (Bronze.) 

90. Landsberg, Max (Berlin). Cow from the Wilstumarshes. (Bronze.) 

92. Steinemann, H. (Berlin) A City Sergeant. (Bronze.) 

92. BrUtt, Ad. (Berlin) Bathing Girl. (Bronze.) ' 

93. Baumbach, Max (Berlin). Violin Player and his Love. (Bronze.) 

94. TOrpe, Paul (Berlin). Boy with a Cat. (Bronze.) 

95. Bemewitz, C. (Berlin) You Must Dance. (Bronze.) 

96. Ockelmann, Robert (Dresden). Young Fisher Returning. (Bronze.) 

97. Bemewitz, C. (Berlin) Psyche. (Bronze.) 

98. Dorn, Carl (Berlin). Materialism. (Bronze.) 

99. Dorn, Carl (Berlin). Idealism. (Bronze.) 

100. Manthe, Alb. (Berlin) Emperor William I. and Emperor Frederic III 

(Zink cast group.) 

xoz. Sommer, Professor Aug. (Rome) Old Harry Catching Flies. (Bronze.) 

ZQ2. GOtz, I. (Berlin, Schoneberg) Boy With Hoop. (Zink cast.) 

103. Kruse, Bruno (Berlin). Prince Bismarck. (Bronze.) 

Z04. Brtltt, Ad. (Berlin) Saved. (Bronze ) 

105. Kruse, Bruno (Berlin). Fieldmarsh: 1 von Moltke. (Bronze.) 

106. Siemering, Professor R. (Berlin) V'ctory. (Bronze.) 

107. Baerwald, Robert (Berlin). H. M. S. .:; Emperor William I. (Bronze.) 

108. Otto, Professor Paul (Berlin). Prir?t of Vesta (Bronze.) Loaned by 

the National Gallery of Berlin. 

UPPER GALLERY— WEST COURT. 

ALCOVE 165— NUMBERS 109 AND no, INCLUSIVE. 

Z09. Ockelmann, Robert (Dresden). Girl Putting on Sandals. (Bronze.) 
no. Ockelmann, Robert (Dresden). Female Bacchante. (Bronze.) 

ALCOVE 190— NUMBERS iii TO 113, INCLUSIVE. 

zzi. Riesch, Otto (Berlin). Mignon. (Marble.) 

Z12. Heidepriem, J. (Berlin) In the Shooting Stand. (Zinc cast.) 

113. Heidepriem, J. (Berlin) At the Kennel of a Catcher. (Zinc cast.) 



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Group 140-Oil Paintings. 

GALLERY 28. 

NUMBERS 1x4 TO 144, INCLUSIVE. 
EAST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE FROM THE NORTH COURT. 

1x4. Max, Professor Gabriel (Munich). Visions. 
1x5. Flamm, Albert (Dusseldorf). Italian Women. 

SOUTH WALL. 

xx6. Oppler, Ernst (Munich). Re very. Loaned by H. R. H. the Prince 

Regent Luitpold of Bavaria. 
X17. Uhde, Prof. Fritz von (Munich). Christmas Evening. 
X18. Lindenschmidt, Professor W. (Munich) Anne Boleyn. 
XX9. Meyer-Basel, Karl Theod. (Munich; Spring. 
120. SchoHz, Professor Julius (Dresden-A). A Bavarian Song. (Schliada- 

huppe.) 
X2X. Stetten, Carl von (Paris). Italians in Paris. 

122. Simm, Franz (Munich). The Pride of the Family. Loaned by Charles 

L. Otis, Chicago. 

WEST WALL. 

123. Bockelmann, Ch. Ludw. (Karlsruhe) The Village on Fire. 
X24. Boddien, G. von (Kl. Zschochwitz). Pandures Reconnoitring. 
X25. Bredt, Ferd. Max (Munich). Two Gazelles. 

126. Ravenstein, Paul von (Karlsruhe). Umbrella Menders at Tivoli. 

127. Herterich, Professor L. (Munich) Saint George. Loaned by the 

State of Bavaria. 

128. Eberle, Ad. (Munich) Customers. 

129. Jacobides, Professor Georg (Munich). Afflictions. 
xjo. Eschwege, Elmar v. (Weimar) Early Spring. 

NORTH WALL. 

X31. Crola, Professor Hugo (Dusseldorf). Industrious Sisters. 

132. Rasch, Otto (Weimar). The Council Chamber at Luneburg. 

133. Spangenberg, L. (Berlin) The Valley of the Engadin. 

134. Defregger, Professor Franz von (Munich). Sunday Quiet 

135. Adam, Jul. (Munich) Little Cats. 

136. Spring, Alfons (Munich). The New Hymn. 

137. Httnten, Professor Emil (Dusseldorf). Billeted. 

138. Wessel, Ludwig (Dusseldorf). Inquiring PrebendarisL 



6ERMAi4Y — ^SCULPTURE. 283 

EAST WALL. 

139. Hellwag, Rudolf (Karlsruhe). Northern Shores. 

140. Blume, £d. (Munich) Candlelight. 

141. Bombach, W. (Berlin). A Tunisian Town^ 

142. Hoecker, Professor Paul (Munich). Shoemaker's Work-shop. 

143. Knaus, Professor L. (Berlin) The Fight Behind the Fence. 

144. Thcdy, Professor Max (Weimar). At the Spring. 

GALLERY 29 (THE OFFICE)— NUMBER 145. 

145. Hoelzel, Ad. (Dachau) Domestic Devotion. Loaned by the State ot 

Bavaria. 



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GALLERY 30-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 146 TO 215, INCLUSIVE. 
NORTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE EAST END OF THE WALL. 

Z46. Rocholl, Th. (Dusseldorf) Avant-garde Fighting. 

147. Baisch, Professor Herm. (Karlsruhe) Sheep in the Sand-downs. 

148. Velten, Wilhelm (Munich). Outguards. 

149. Eckenaes, Jahn (Munich). Fishing in Norway. 

150. Brendel, Professor Alb. (Weimar) Work Horses. 

151. Hagen, Professor Theod. (Weimar) Cornfield. 

152. Volckmann, Hans von (Karlsruhe). The Kyll valley near Geroldstein. 

153. MuUer-Kurzwelly, Dr. K. (Berlin) Breakers. (Swedish coast.) 

154. SchrOdl, Norbert (Frankfort-on-the-Main). German Peasant's Vehicle. 

WEST WALL. 

155. Knabl, Karl (Munich). Rafting on the River Isar. 

156. Fricke, A. (Berlin) On the Island of Rugen. 

157. MllUer-Kurzwelly, Dr. K. (Berlin) Winter Landscape. 

158. Stromeyer, Helene (Karlsruhe). A Wreath of Roses. 

159. KOster, Alexander (Karlsruhe). Sunday Morning. 

x6o. Hermuth-Kallmorgen, Margarethe (Karlsruhe). China Asters. 

161. Nermann, A. (Berlin) Summer Night. (Norway.) 

Z02. Rouband, Professor Franz (Munich). Hay Time. 

163. Kronberger, Carl (Munich). A Good Hand. 

164. Grethe, Professor Carlos (Karlsruhe). The Fisher's Darling. 

165. Kronberger, Carl (Munich). An Amusing Chronicle 
z66. Bredt, Ferd. Max (Munich). Soudanese Girl. 

167. Frenes, Hirt du (Munich). A Girl's Head. 

z68. Meckel, Ad. von (Berlin). Finding the Slain. 

169. Matiegzeck, Jos. (Munich) In the Waiting-room. 

170. Stahlschmidt, Max (Weimar). The Mill-garden. 

171. Steinmetz, Fritz (Munich). A Solo. 

172. Oehmichen, Hugo (Dusseldorf). Alone. 

173. Rusch, Dietrich (Weimar). Interior. 

174. Douzette, L. (Berlin) Moonlight Night in Spring. 

175. Douzette, L. (Berlin) Autumn Evening. 

176. Merker, Max (Weimar). The Convent Garden. 

177. Schlabitz, A, (Berlin) Morning Chant. 

278. Hertel, Prof essor Alb. (Berlin) Dante in the Alps. 



GERMANY — OIL PAINTINGS. 28$ 

SOUTH WALL. 

179. Genzmcr, B. (Berlin) The Village Play-grounds. 

z8o. Kehr, Karl (Karlsruhe). Evening. 

z8z. Docker, Professor Eugen (Dusseldorf). Summer Evening. 

Z82. Frenzel, Oskar (Berlin). Cattle on the Marsh Lands of the River Elbe. 

183. Leistikow, W. (Berlin) Brickworks. 

Z84. Ritter, Professor Caspar (Karlsruhe). The Consolation Song. 

185. Hammer, Erich (Weimar). Grandmother's Pet. 

EAST WALL. 

x86. Beeck, Theodor v. d. (Dusseldorf) A Cigarette Manufactory. 

Z87. Block, Jos. (Munich) In the Twilight. 

z88. ParUghy, Vilma (Berlin). Portrait of Kossuth. 

Z89. Borchardt, F. (Dresden) Uncle Testator. 

X90. Neff, Friedr. (Karlsruhe) Vanity Fair. 

Z91. Spring, Alfons (Munich). Fisherman's Hut. 

192. Kaulbach, Professor Herm. (Munich) The Story Teller. Loaned by 

Mr. G. Mannheimer, New York. 

Z93. Cramer, Molly (Hamburg). Peaches. 

Z94. Schtiler, Max (Frankfort-on-the-Main). Portrait of Pablode Sarasate. 

195. Bantzer, Carl N. (Dresden) In the Garden. 

196. Kinsley, Nelson G. (Karlsruhe) A Noble Sire. 

197. Schmidt, Friedr. Alb. (Weimar) Old Bridge in Italy. 
Z98. Geertz, Jul. (Dusseldorf) Morning Prayer. 

Z99. Geertz, Jul. (Dusseldorf) A Little Freebooter. 

aoo. Braith, Professor Anton (Munich). A Fresh Drink. 

aoz. Schweitzer, Ad. (Dusseldorf) Winter Day in Germany. 

ao3. Mohlig, Hugo (Dusseldorf). Winter Day in the Eiffel. 

203. Kubierschky, Erich (Munich). Spring Landscape near Munich. 

ao4. Seitz, Professor Ant. (Munich) Music. 

205. Huisken, Herm. (Karlsruhe) My Pet Dog. 

206. Cramer, Helene (Hamburg). Clematis. 

207. Heyser, F. (Harzburg) Portrait of Professor Joachim. 

208. Sonderland, Fritz (Dusseldorf). In the Knitting School. 

209. Malchln, Professor Carl (Schwerin). North German Landscape. Loaned 

by the National Gallery of Berlin. 
2X0. Knabl, Karl (Munich). At Dawn. 
2ZX. Massan, Edm. (Dusseldorf) The Standard Bearer. 
2X2. Harburger, Edm. (Munich) In ^he Cellar. 
2x3. Boddien, G. von (Kl. Zschochwitz). The Battle Over. 
2x4. Janssen, Professor Peter (Dusseldorf). Portrait of the Late Inspector 

Holthausen. Loaned by the State of Prussia. 
2x5. Dahl, Hans (Berlin). Sunday Morning in Norway (Time for Church 

Going). 



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GALLERY 31-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 2X6 TO 261, INCLUSIVE. 
NORTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE EAST END OF THE WALL. 

2x6. Hochhaus, C. (Berlin) Navy Yard. (Constructing H. M. S., Oldenburg.) 

2x7. Plass, Ernst (Munich). North Sea Strand. 

2x8. Werner, Professor Fritz (Berlin). Female Sutler. Loaned by the 

National Gallery of Berlin. 
2x9. Koner, Professor Max (Berlin). Portrait of H. M. Emperor William 11. 

Schmidt, Hans W. (Weimar) A Parade in Presence of the Emperor. 

Bergmann, Jul. (Karlsruhe) Oziko*s Hungarian Shepherd. 

WEST WALL. 

Wentscher, J. (Berlin) Baltic Coast (RUgen). 

223. Riess, Paul (Weimar). Norwegian Coast. 

224. Schuch, Professor Werner (Kliecken). Parade. 

225. Rochling, Carl (Berlin). A Man But Still a Baby. 

226. Harrach, Count v. (Tiefhartmannsdorf) Fallen Down from the Preci- 

pice. Loaned by the National Gallery of Berlin. 

227. Schmidt, Professor Max (Konigsberg, Prussia). Landscape from the 

River Spree. Loaned by the National Gallery of Berlin. 

228. Schultze, Carl (Dusseldorf). Heath Landscape. 

229. Frenes, Hirt du (Munich). Portrait. Loaned by Wm. Chase, Esq., 

New York. 

230. Kunz, L. Adam (Munich) Still-life. 

23X. Knaus, Professor L. (Berlin) Portrait of Mommsen. Loaned by the 
National Gallery of Berlin. 

232. Saltzmann, Professor Carl (Neu))abelsberg). Emperor William I) 

Whaling on Board the Duncan Grey. 

233. Roeber, Fritz (Dusseldorf). King Wenzel Raging. (King Wenzel went 

on horseback one day through the street of Prague, accompanied by a 
hangman. Everybody whom he met and who displeased him was 
executed.) 

234. Ritter, Professor Caspar (Karlsruhe) After Bathing. 

235. Kunz, L. Adam (Munich). Still-life. 

236. Knaus, Professor L. (Berlin) Portrait of Helmholtz. Loaned by the 

National Gallery of Berlin. 

237. Zimmerman, Professor Ernst (Munich). The Egg of Columbus. 

238. Defregger, Professor Franz von (Munich). Rokib^. 

239. Rasmussen, Georg Ant. (Dusseldorf) The Sognefjord. 

240. Keitel (MUhlberg, Karlsruhe). The Market is Oven 



GERMANY — OIL PAINTINGS. 28/ 

24X. Lenbach, Professor Franz Von (Munich). Portrait of Bismarck. Loaned 
by the State of Bavaria. 

242. Schulze-Naumburg, Paul (Karlsruhe). Resignattion. 

SOUTH WALL. 

243. Keller, Professor Ferd. (Karlsruhe) Apotheosis of the Emperor Will- 

iam I Loaned by the National Gallery of Berlin. 

EAST WALL. 

244. Gttnther-Naumburg (Berlin, Charlottenburg). The Street Unter den 

Linden, Berlin. 

245. - POtzsch, Paul (Dresden-A). Revery. 

246. Speyer, Christian (Munich). The Parliamentarian. 

247. Kinsley, Nelson G. (Karlsruhe) Winter. 

248. Becker II, Carl (Berhn). Vedette. 

249. Volcker, H. (Berlin) The Old Ferry near Stralsund. 

250. V. d. Beeck, Theodor (Dusseldorf). On the Heights. 

251. Hildebrand, Professor E. (Berlin) Queen Louise. Loaned by the 

National Gallery of Berlin. 
a$i, Werner, Professor Anton von (Berlin). The Congress of Berlin. 1878. 

253. Scherres, Professor C. (Berlin) Inundation. Loaned by the National 

Gallery of Berlin. 

254. Schwabe, E. (Dusseldorf) A Cemetery. 

255. Schennis, Fr. von (Dusseldorf). The Parks at Versaifles. Loaned by 

the National Gallery of Berlin. 

256. Friedrich, Otto (Paris). The Death of Dante. 

257. Eschke, Professor H. (Berlin) The Swedish Coast near Toreko. 

258. Ekenaes, Jahn (Munich). A Bridge in Norway. 

259. Possin, Rud. (Charlottenburg, Berlin) Devotion. 

260. Hoecker, Professor Paul (Munich). On Board H. M S. Deutschland. 
26x. Wjwiorski, Michel G. (Munich) Black Cock Hunting in Lithnania. 



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GALLERY 32.-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 262 TO 309, INCLUSIVE. 
NORTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE EAST END OF THE WALL. 

262. Hermanns, Heinr (Dusseldorf). Dordrecht (Holland). 

263. Brandt, F. (Rome) Tivoli near Rome. 

264. Friese, Richard (Berlm). Lions in the Lagoon. 

265. Kroner, Prof. Christian (Dusseldorf), The Troublesome Guest. 

266. Braith, Professor Anton (Munich). The Pets of the Peasant's Wife. 

Loaned by the State of Bavaria. 

267. Hermes, J. (Berlin) Twilight. 

WEST WALL. 

268. SchrOter, Wilh. (Karlsruhe) Summer Landscape. 

269. Asperger, Max (Weimar). A Bridge at Berka. 

270. Meyer, Professor Claus (Karlsruhe). The Old Fishermen. 

271. Skarbina, Professor Franz (Berlin). A New Book. 

272. Munsch, Josef (Munich). The Conference, 

273. Henseler, Professor E. (Berlin) Evening. 

274. Hoffmann von Fallersleben, F. (Berlin) Landscape, Autumn Day. 

275. Hausmann, E. (Wilmersdorf, Berlin) Homeless. 

276. Vautier, Professor B. (Dusseldorf) At the Sick-bed. Loaned by the 

National Gallery of Berlin. 

277. Max, Professor Gabriel (Munich). Katharina Emmerich. Loaned by 

the State of Bavaria. 

278. Brausewetter, Professor O. Our Savior. 

279. Fleischer, Fritz (Weimar). Devotion, 

280. Roeber, Fritz (Dusseldorf). The Holy Family. 

281. Schleich, Robert (Munich). The October Festivity in Munich. 

282. Kallmorgen, Professor Fried. (Karlsruhe) The Good Neighborhood. 

283. Vorgang, Paul (Berlin). After the Storm. 

284. Jrmer, Carl (Dusseldorf). Motive from the Island of Sylt. 

285. Ehrentraut, Professor J. (Berlin) Fleeced. 

286. KOnig, H. (Munich) At the Rivulet. 

287. Heichert, Otto (Dusseldorf). Theodor Korner After the Sudden Attack 

of Kitzen. 

288. Fink, Professor Aug. (Munich) Early Spring. 

SOUTH WALL. 

289. Volkmann, Hans von (Karlsruhe). Autumn. 

290. Raupp, Karl (Munich). Peace, 



GERMANY — OIL PAINTINGS. 289 

flpi. Defregger, Professor Franz von (Munich). Dancing Begins. 

292. Meyer-Mainz, Paul (Munich). A Matinee. 

293. Rosen, Jan (Munich). The Battle of Stoezck. Poland. 1831. 

EAST WALL. 

294. Grobe, German (Dusseldorf). German Landscape. 

295. Meyer, Professor Hans (Berlin). Evening. 

296. Behrend, Friedr. (Karlsruhe) Evening in Lithuania. 

297. Brlltt, Ferdinand (Dusseldorf). In the Picture Gallery. 

298. Seel, Ad. (Dusseldorf) Arabian Yard at Cairo. Loaned by the National 

Gallery of Berlin. ^ 

299. Baur, Professor Albert (Dusseldorf). Martyr's Daughter. (Scene from 

the Christian Prosecution under the reign of Diocletian.) 

300. Scheurenberg, Professor J. (Berlin) Portrait of Zeller. Loaned by the 

National Gallery of Berlin. 

301. Menzel, Professor Ad. (Berlin) The Rolling Mill. Loaned by the 

National Gallery of Berlin. 

302. Adam, Franz (Munich). The Battle of Orleans. Loaned by the Pina- 

kothek at Munich. 

303. Feldmann, Louis (Dusseldorf). Doubting Thomas. 

304. Lenbach, Professor Franz von (Munich), Portrait of Pope Leo XIIL 

Loaned by the State of Bavaria. 

305. Linderum, Richard (Munich). Deliberation. 

306. Trtlbner, Wilh. (Munich) The First Step. 

307. Gysis, Professor Nicol (Munich). Carnival in Greece. Loaned by the 

State of Bavaria. 

308. Laupheimer, Anton (Munich). St. Luke*s. 

309. Wielandt, Manuel (Karlsruhe). Italian Coast Scenery. 



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GALLERY 33.-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 3x0 TO 399, INCLUSIVE. 
NORTH WALL 

BEGINNING AT THE EAST END OF THE WALL. 

jzo. Baisch, Professor Herm. (Karlsruhe) Spring Day in Bavaria. 

ill. Gleichen-Russwurm, Ludw. Freih v. (Weimar) A Promenade. 

312. Herzog, Lewis (Dusseldorf). A Morning in October. 

313. Voickmann, Hans Von (Karlsruhe). The Shepherd*s Rest. 

314. Heyl, Philip H. G. (Frantfort-on-the-Main) Before the Dissection. 
3x5. Plass, Ernst (Munich). Fishermen on the Baltic. 

316. Merker, Max (Weimar). Motive from Old Weimar. 

317. Bracht, Professor E. (Berlin) Before the Walls of Jerusalem. 

3x8. Zugel, Professor Heinr. (Munich) Awaiting. Loaned by the State of 

Bavaria. 
3x9. Petersen-Angeln (Dusseldorf). On the Beach. 
3Z0. Blnhm, Oskar (Karlsruhe). Reveries. 
32X. WarthmoUer, R. (Berlin) Evening (an fdyl). 

322. Ley, Sophie (Karlsruhe). Flowers. 

WEST WALL. 

323. Fleischer, Fritz (Weimar). Old Wife and Dog. 

324. Lessing, H. (Berlin) The Sick-bed. 

325. Liebermann, Max (Berlin). The Flax Bam. 

326. Ktthl, Professor Gotth. (Munich) Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott (A Sure 

Stronghold is God). (German hymn.) 

327. Skarbina, Professor Franz (Berlin). Bitter Words. 

328. Wopfher, Professor Josef (Munich). Jack Remains Home. 

329. Bunke, Franz (Weimar). Brickyard in Mecklenburg. 

330. Hitter, Wilh. G. (Dresden- A) Spring. 

331. Volz, Wilhelm (Munich). Maria. 

332* Herrmann, Hans (Berlin). The Fishmart at Amsterdam. 

333. Kallmorgen, Professor Friedr. (Karlsruhe) The Old Emperor. (Bust.) 

334. Andorff, Paul (Hanau). A Village in the Spessart. 

335. Marx, Gust (Dusseldorf). A Party. 

336. Schmidt, Friedr. Alb. [Weimar) Autumn. 

337. Heilmaiin, Max (Reussendorf). Silesian Village Road in November. 

338. Scholtz, Professor Julius (Dresden- A). Ave Maria. 

339. Kallmorgen, Professor Friedr. (Karlsruhe) Happy Childhood. 
140. Des Coaires, Aiclf (Karlsruhe). E rock with A.lders. 

^x. Kallmorgen, Professor Friedr. (Karlsruhe) Beginning of Spring. 



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GERMANY — OIL PAINTINGS. 29I 

343. Koiiig, Hugo (Munich). Going Home. Loaned by the State of Bavaria. I 

343. Trttbncr, Wilh. (Munich) Potato Field. ^ 

344. Holmberg, Professor Aug. (Munich) Genre. Loaned by the State of 'j 

Bavaria. 
345* Gllnther, Erwin (Dusseldorf ). Strand near Scheveningen. ^ 

346. Kamptnann, Gustav (Karlsruhe). The Amber Coast (Baltic.) i 

347. Bemuth, £. von (Dusseldorf). A Canon. 

348. Frey, Wilhelm (Munich). Cattle at the Brook. 

SOUTH WALL. 

349. Kampmasm, Gustav (Karlsruhe). Falling Leaves. 

350. Kalckreuth, Professor Count Leop. von (Hockricht, Silesia). Portrait. 

(Uncle Andres.)' 

351. Hummel, Theod. (Munich) At the Mother's Deathbed. 
35a. - Palmie, Charles (Munich). Autumn. 

353. Langhammer, Arthur (Munich). A Bite and a Sup. Loaned by the 
State of Bavaria. 

3S4« Uhde, Prof. Fritz von (Munich). The Announcement to the Shepherds. 

355. Dettmann, L. (Berlin) Genesis III: "Thorns and thistles shall the field 
bring forth to thee; in the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread till 
thou retumest unto the ground, for out of it wast thou taken." 

356* Olde, Hans (Seekamp). Before Sunrise. 

357. KeUer-Reutlingen, Paul Wilh. (Munich) Summer. 

358. Liebermann, Max (Berlin). Dutch Village Road. 

359. Rasch, Pietrich (Weimar). Landscape. 

360. Stadler, Toni (Laim). Landscape. 

361. Biedermann, Ernst (Karlsruhe). Falling Leaves. 

EAST WALL. 

36a. Potzsch, Paul (Dresden A). Italian Ropers. 

36^ Berkemeier, Ludolf (Weimar). After the Shower. (Dutch Landscape.) 

364. Freytag-Loringhoven, M. von (Weimar). Entering the Forest. 

365. Scherres, Alfred (Karlsruhe). Winter. 

366. Baser, Theodor (Karlsruhe). Landscape. 

367. Zofif, Alfred (Munich). Near Genoa. 

368. Weishaapt, Victor (Munich). Mount Ortler. 

369. Blau, Tina (Munich). Yard at St. Veit, near Vienna. 

370. Keller-Reutlingen, Paul Wilh. (Munich) Summer Landscape. Loaned 

by the State of Bavaria. 

371. Albrecht, C. (Hamburg) An Evehing Song. 

372. Eichfeld, Hermr( Munich) Morning in August. 

373. Seyppel, C. M. (Dusseldorf) Street Scenery. 

374. Buttersack, Bemh. (Munich) A Pleasant Day. 

375. Dirks, Andrea%(Weimar). In the Harbour. ^ 

376. StrOtzel, Ottp^unich). A Sunny Day in March. 

377. Leistikow, W^ (Berlin) Ave Maria. 

378. Simfli, Franz (fi^unicb). Birds of Bad Omen. 

379. Schleich, Robert (MuAJch). On the Highroad. 



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380. Stahl, Fr. (Berlin) Churchyard in Winter. (Like the leaves in the woods' 

so are the generations of mankind — one grows, the other is going.) 

381. Stuck, Franz (Munich). Pi^ta. 

382. Schickhardt, Karl (Stuttgart). In Suabia. 

383. Hagn, Richard v. (Dresden) In the Vestry of Saint Marco at Venice. 

384. Wentscher, J. (Berlin) Surf on the Baltic Coast. 

385. Rohlfs, Christian (Weimar). The Sawmill. 

386. Ullrich, F. (Berlin) Wild Boars Challenging. ^ 

387. Flad, G. (Munich) A Garden. 

388. Alberts, J. (Berlin) The Captain's Wife. 

389. Alberts, J. (Berlin) Confession on the Halli^ Ohland. 

390. Velten, Wilhelm (Munich). The Courier. 

391. Alberts, J. (Berlin) Alone. 

392. Bantzer, Carl N. (Dresden) A Spring Day. 

393. Heimes, Heinr. (Dusse!dorf). Sunset— North Sea. 

394. Thierbach, Rich. (Stolberg) Landscape (Evening), 

395. Hoeckcr, Professor Paul (Munich). The Nun. 

396. Scb^;?'*^eii, Leopold (Munich). In March. 



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GALLERY 34-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 3^ TO 509, INCLUSIVE. 
SOUTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE EAST SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 83. 

2ffJ. Spielter, C. (Charlottenburg) Shocking! 

^. Stetten, Carl von (Paris). Portrait of the Artist C. Loaned by the 
Artist 

399. Hartmann, Karl (Munich). The Apple of Discord. 

400. Biedermann-Arendts, Hermine (Freising-a-Graben). The First Booty. . 

401. Scholx, Rich. (Frankfort-on-the«-Main) Fallen Down From the Precu 

pice. 

402. Petersen-Flensburg (Dusseldorf). Winter Evening. 

403. Strecker, Constanze (Munich). My Sick Little Cat. 
404* Lasch, Herm. (Dusseldorf) Evening. 

405. Meyerheim, Professor Paul (Berlin). Cows on the Alps. 

406. Eckenbrecher, Th. von (Berlin). Norwegian Waterfall. 

407. Flickel, Paul (Berlin). Forest Solitude. 
40B. Lehmann, Wilhelm (Karlsruhe). Spring. 
409. Lieseg^ang, H. (Dusseldorf) Country Road. 

4x0. Gmtzner, Professor Eduard (Munich). Monks at Supper. 

4ZZ. Becker, Professor ^C. (Berlin) Venetian Doge Festivity. Loaned by 

the National Gallery at Berlin. 
4x2. Schnitzler, Fritz (Dusseldorf). Sheep Bathing. 
413. Schuch, Professor Werner (Kliecken). H. }A, Emperor William 11. 

Loaned by the National Gatlery of Berlin. 
4x4. Achenbach, Professor Osw. (Dusseldorf) Scene near Naples. 
4Z5« Wodrinowski, Vine v. (Munich) Model Market in the Academy. 
4x6. Schachinger, Gabr. (Munich) In Vain. 
4x7. Fink, Professor Aug. (Munich) Evening. 
4x8* Gabl, Professor Alois (Munich). Inoculators* Room. Loaned by the 

State of Bavaria. 
4x9* Riess, Paul (Weimar). After the Storm (Moonlight). 
420. Hofer, Gottfr. (Hamburg) The Dolomites in the Tyrol. 
42Z« Weichberger, Eduard (Weimar). Summer Evening. 
422. Rodeck, Carl (Hamburg). Evening in the Woods. 
4^ Brandt, Professor Jos. v. (Munich) A Sudden Attack. Loaned by the 

State of Bavaria. ^ 

424. Gabl, Professor Alois (Munich). Brauschenke (Bavarian Inn). 

425. Korner, Ernst (Berlin). Gebel Schech Haridi on the Nile. 

426. Bunke, Franz (Weimar). Before the Townlet. 

427. Kornbeck, Julius (Castle of Oberensingen, near Mirtingen). In the Vil- 

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428. RochoUy Th. (Dusseldorf) You Must First Catdi u Man Before yoa 

Hang Him. 

429. Roman, Max (Karlsruhe). Street near Tivoli. 

430. Schnars-Alquist Hugo (Berlin). A Narrow Escape. 

EAST WALL. 

43Z. Willroider, Professor Ludw. (Munich) Landscape from Upper Italy. 

432. Thnmann, Professor Paul (Berlin). Psyche. 

433. Wenglein, , Professor Jos. (Munich) .Chalk Stone Gatherers in the Isar 

Riverbed. Loaned by the State of Bavaria. 

434. Massau, Edm. (Dusseldorf) A Spring Day. 

435. Bombach, F. (Berlin) Railroad Crossing. 

436. Bachmann, Hans (Dusseldorf). The Morning After the Wedding. 

(Switzerland.) 

437. Bohme, Karl (Karlsruhe). View from the Lighthouse on Skomvaer. 

438. Lttdwig, Professor Carl (Berlin). Taubergrund in Franconia. 

439. Gude-Hans, Professor (Berlin). Breakers. 

440. Mttiler-Kurzwelly, Dr. K. (Berlin) After the Thunderstorm. 
44Z. Hamacher, Willy (Berlin). Rocky Coast. 

442. Jacobides, Professor Georg (Munich). Portrait. 

443. Fahrbach, C. L. (Dusseldorf) A Mill from the "Black Forest" 

444. Pltkhr, Heinr. (Weimar) In the Sunshine. 

NORTH WALL. 

445. Schleich, Hans (Berlin) Braselet Bay. (South Wales.) 

446. Bohrdt, Hans (Berlin). Hamburg Pilot. 

447. Neuhaus, Fritz (Dusseldorf). The Little Tyrant. 

448. Weichberger, Eduard (Weimar). Forrest Pond. 

449. Mttller, Carl W. (Dresden-A) German Forest. 

450. Wansleben, Arthur. (Dusseldorf). Swamp Landscape. 

451. Dieffenbacher, Aug. (Munich) A Heartrendering Return. 

452. Kauffmann, Hugo (Munich). Girl's Head. 

453. Seiler, Professor Carl (Munich). The Tailor of Count Brlihl. 

454. Kauffmann, Hugo (Munich). A Snuffer. 

455. Zimmermann, Professor Ernst (Munich). Still-life. Loaned by the 

State of Bavaria. 

456. Papperitz (Munich). Salome, the Daughter of Herodias. 

457. Sturtzkopf, Franz (Weimar). The Cooper's Workshop. 

458. Strtitzel, Otto (Munich). On the Heath. 

459. Mttller, Peter Paul (Munich). A Melee. Loaned by the State of Ravaria. 

460. Blau, Tina (Munich). Autumn. 

461. Geiger, Fanny Edle v. (Munich) Landscape (Spring). 

462. Berg^ann, Jul. (Karlsruhe) Under the Willow Trees. 

463. Schenker, Jaques (Dresden-A). At the River Ems. 

464. Hoff, Karl (Karlsruhe). Children from the Black Forest. 

465. Metzener, Alfred (Dusseldorf). Tyrolese Landscape. 

466. Schttz, Theod. (Dusseldorf) Winter Landscape (Moonlight). 

467. Bergmann, JuL (Karlsruhe) Returning Home. 



(3ERMANV — OIL PAINTINCS. . ^95 

468. Ruths, Valentin (Hamburg). Twilight. Loaned by the National Gal- 

lery of Berlin. 

469. Hildebrand, Professor £. (Berlin) Tullia. (Tullia, daughter of Servius 

Tullius, in unbounded lust of ruling, drives over the body of her father.) 

470. Meyerheim, Professor Paul (Berlin). A Menagerie. Loaned by the 

National Gallery of Berlin. 

471. Delug, A. (Munich) For the Month of March. 

472. Nabert, Wilhelm (Dusseldorf). Landscape from the Harz. (Valley of 

the Ocker.) 

473. Arnold, Professor Herm (Weimar). My Little Mother. 

474. Pohle, Herm (Dusseldorf). Castle in the Parks of Benrath. 

475. Smith, Professor Carl Frithjof (Weimar). Children in the Nursery 

Garden. 

476. Schoenleber, Professor Gust (Karlsruhe). In the Lagoons of Venice. 

477. Grtttzner, Professor Eduard (Munich). Cloister Kitchen. Loaned by 

Mr. Jacob SchiflF, New York. 

478. Schoenleber, Professor Gust (Karlsruhe). High Tide. (Clovelly.) 

479. Bracht, Professor £. (Berlin) Mount Sinai. 

480. Vorgang, Paul (Berlin). Evening at the Lake. 

481. RaTenstein, Paul von (Karlsruhe). Serenade on the Grand Canal at • 

Venice. 

482. Schinitgen, Georg (Berlin). Evening. 

483. Smith, Professor Carl Frithjof (Weimar). Portrait of the Norwegian 

poet, Henrik Ibsen. 

484. Mailer, Peter Paul (Munich). Beachwood in Autumn. 

485. Hartmann, Karl (Munich). Autumn Evening. 

486. Rummelspacher, J. (Berlin) The Tschapit Rivulet in the Tyrol. 

487. Nelson, Ernst (Berlin). Hard Times. 

488. Petersen- Angeln (Dusseldorf). At Sunset. 

489. Holmberg, Professor Aug. (Munich) Pensive. 

490. Zttgel, Professor Heinr (Munich). Hard Labor. 

491. Ludwig, Professor Carl (Berlin). Spring at Genitz Valley in the Tyrol. 

WEST WALL. 

492. Arp, Karl (Kiel). A Bridge at Saalfeld. 

493. Volkmann, Hans von (Karlsruhe). Return of the Flock. 

494. Grethe, Professor Carlos (Karlsruhe). The Spoiled Soup. 

495. Schnars-AIquist, Hugo (Berlin). S. S. Paris. 

496. Grethe, Professor Carlos (Karlsruhe). At the Helm. 

497. Tttbbecke, Paul (Weimar). Pottery Mart at Weimar. 

498. Meyer, Kunz (Munich). A Legend. 

499. Grethe, Professor Carlos (Karlsruhe). The Last Chance. 

500. Hellwag, Rudolf (Karlsruhe). Ruins of the Old Hanseatic Town 

Wisby. 

501. Oenicke, R. (Berlin) Palm Woods in Uruguay. 

502. Wielandt, Manuel (Karlsruhe). A Summer Day in the Riviera. 

503. Andersen-Lundby, Anders (Munich), Winter Evening. 



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SOUTH WALL. 

504. Falat, J.(Berlin) Bear Hunting. Loaned by the National Gallery of Berlin. 

505. Thcdy, Professor Max (Weimar). Spring. 

506. Pietschmann, Max (Dresden-X). Polyphemus Fishing. 

507. Tttrcke, Rud von (Dresden- A). Landscape from the Riviera near 

Mentone. 

508. Staats, Gertnid (Breslau). Before the Gate. 

509. Deiters, H. (Dusseldorf) At the Brook. 

WEST COURT (ALCOVE 102)— NUMBERS 510 AND 511. 

5x0. Daelen, Ed. (Dusseldorf) High Flown Madness. 

511. Klein-CheTalier (Dusseldorf). Inauguration of the Niederwald Monu- 
ment in the Presence of Emperor William L • 

SECOND FLOOR. 

WEST COURT— ALCOVE 168-NUMBERS 512 TO 514, INCLUSIVE. 

5x2. Fischer-Corlin (Berlin). Love Teases, Love Pleases. 
513. Fricke, A. (Berlin) On the Island of Sylt. 
• 514. Schajss, Professor E. (Berlin) Elegy. 

PASSAGE FROM WEST COURT TO EAST COURT— ALCOVE 169 

NUMBERS 515 TO 522, INCLUSIVE. 

515. Stockmeyer, Karl (Malsch Amt Ettlingen). And St. Peter Went Away 

and Wept Bitterly. 

5x6. Rusch, Dietrich (Weimar). North German Kitchen. 

517. Hasemann, Wilhelm (Gutach Amt Wolfach). He is Comjng. 

5x8. Arnz, Albert (Dusseldorf). Still-life; Morass Birds. 

5x9. Wimmer, Rud. (Berlin) Portrait of H. M. Emperor William XL 

520. Sturm, F. (Berlin) Wreck Waiting for a Pilot. 

521. Henseler, Professor E. (Berlin) The Harvest Repast. 

522. Brandt, F. (Rome) The Dome at Tivoli. 

EAST COURT— ALCOVE 171— NUMBERS 523 TO 526, INCLUSIVE. 

523. Hirschlcr-Kunwald, Ernestine (Weimar). My Studio. 

524. Ochmischen, Hugo (Dusseldorf). Brother and Sister. 

525. Hasemann, Wilhelm (Gutach Amt Wolfach). Girifromthe Black Forest. 

526. Schaefer, M. (Berlin) Please Come! 

ALCOVE 172— NUMBERS 527 TO 533, INCLUSIVE. 

527. Schlabitz, A. (Berlin) Inmates of an Asylum for the Blind, Entering a 

Church. 

528. Becker-Gundahl (Munich). Forsaken. 

529. Kurtz-Gallenstein, A. (Munich) Sunday. 

530. Liesegangf, H. (Dusseldorf) Mills at Dordrecht. 

531. Behmer, Herm. (Weimar) Re-Convalescent. 

532. Nermann, A. (Berlin) Narofjord (Norway). 

533. Volckmann, Hans von (Karlsruhe). Going to the Fair. 



GERMANY — WATER COLORS, DRAWINGS, ETC, 297 



Groups 141 and 144. — Water 
Colors, Drawings, Etc. 

GALLERY 28— NUMBERS 534 AND 535. 

534« Mensel, Professor A. (Berlin) Beer-garden at Kissingen. (Gouache.) 

535. Menzel, Professor Ad. (Berlin) Bakery at Kissengen. (Gouache.) 

GALLERY 29 (IN THE OFFICE)->NUMBERS 536 TO 536, INCLUSIVE. 

536. Herwegen, V. M. (Munich) View of Rome from the Palatin. (Water 

color.) 

537. Behmer, Herm. (Weimar) Portrait of the Artist Sixt Thou. (Water 

color.) 

538. Reinecke, Rene (Munich). In the Waiting Room. (Central Station at 

Munich.) (Gouache.) 

SECOND FLOOR. 

WEST COURT— ALCOVE x6^-NUMBERS 539 TO 5S6, INCLUSIVE. 

539. Menzel, Professor Dr. A. (Berlin) Designs for a Table-set for the 

Crown Prince of Prussia. (Water color.) 

540. Menzel, Professor Dr. A. (Berlin) The Blue Arras. (Water color.) 

541. Menzel, Professor Dr. A. (Berlin) Chinese Women and Pheasants. 

(Water color.) 

542. Menzel, Professor Dr. A, (Berlin) A Squirrel. (Water color.) 

543. Menzel, Professor Dr. A. (Berlin) Tree Trunk with Bird. (Water color.) 
^ Y Menzel, Professor Dr. A. (Berlin) A Cocatoo. (Water color.) 

545. Menzel, Professor Dr. Ad. (Berlin) Study. Loaned by the National Gal- 

lery of Berlin. (Gouache.) 

546. Menzel, Professor Dr. Ad. (Berlin) Study. Loaned by the National Gal- 

lery of Berlin. (Gouache.) 

547. Berlepsch, Hans Ed. Von (Munich) India Ink Drawings. 

548. Menzel, Professor Dr, Ad. (Berlin) Portrait of Dr. Puhlmann. Loaned 

by the National Gallery of Berlin. (Water color.) 

549. Menzel*, Professor Dr. Ad. (Berlin) 12 Studies. (PenciL) Loaned by 

the National Gallery of Berlin. 

550. Menzel, Professor Dr. Ad. (Berlin) A Study of Armor. (Pen drawing.) 

551. Menzel, Professor Dr. Ad. (Berlin) A Study of Armor. (Pen drawing ) 



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552. Menzel, Professor Dr. Ad. (Berlin) Study of Helmet. (Pen drawing.) 

553. Menzel, Professor Dr. Ad. (Berlin) "Muzzle." (Pen drawing.) Loaned 

by the National Gallery of Berlin. 

554. Menzel, Professor Dr. Ad. (Berlin) A Study of Armor. (Pen drawing.) 

555. .Seitz, Professor Otto (Munich). Drawings. 

556. Stuck, Franz (Munich). Fame. Loaned by the artist. (Drawing.) 

ALCOVE Z65— NUMBERS 557 TO 590, INCLUSIVE. 

557. Mannchen, Adolf (Halle a-S). Potato Dumplings. (Water color.) 

558. Woltzc, Professor Berth (Weimar). A Cotquean. (Pastel.) 

559. Lutteroth, Professor Ascan (Hamburg). The Palatine Hill, at Rome. 

(Water color.) 

560. Skarbina, Professor Franz (Berlin). Christmas Fair in Berlin. (Water 

color.) 

561. Hein, Franz (Karlsruhe). The Sweet Tooth. (Water color.) 

562. Stichart, Alexander (Dresden-Strehlen). Spooks. (Water color.) 

563. Lcistikow, W. (Berlin) Twilight. (Water color.) 

564. Lutteroth, Professor Ascan (Hamburg). The Arch of Titus at Rome. 

(Water color.) 

565. DOring, Willy (Charlottenburg). A Portrait Loaned by the artist 

(Pastel.) 

566. Hertel, Professor Alb. (Berlin) RapoUo. (Water color.) 

567. Rogge, Professor Th. (Weimar) Portuguesian Coast (Water color.) 

568. Bartels, Hans von (Munich). A Wave. (Water color.) 

569. Arnold, Karl (Weimar). Siesta. (Gouache.) 

570. Arnold, Karl (Weimar). A Poor One and a Rich One. (Gouache.) 

571. Lutteroth, Professor Ascan (Hamburg). Castle Angelo and St Peter's 

at Rome. (Water color.) 

572. Choulant, Th. (Dresden-A) Torietto. (Water color.) 

573. Chotdant, Th. (Dresden-A) Torietto. (Water color.) 

574. Skarbina, Professor Franz (Berlin). Conversation. Loaned by the 

National Gallery of Berlin. (Water color.) 

575. Fchr, Conrad (Berlin). A Pious Monk. (Pastel.) 

576. Choulant, Th. (Dresden A) Verona. (Water color.) 

577. Choulant, Th. (Dresden A) Venice. (Water color.) 

578. Eckcnbrecher, Th. v. (Berlin) Street in Cairo. (Water color.) 

579. Eckenbrecher, Th. von (Berlin)i On the Bosporus. (Water color.) 

580. Pohlc, Herm. Emil (Dusseldorf). Eloping Four in Hand. (Water color.) 

581. VOlcker, Hans (Berlin). Straits'jof Gibraltar. (Water color.) 

582. Bartels, Hans von (Munich). Moonlight Night at the French Coast 

(Water color.) 

583. Herzog, Lewis (Dusseldorf). On the Rhine. (Lowland.) (Water color.) 

584. Normann, A. (Berlin) Evening (Norwegian coast). (Pastel.) 

585. Herwegen, V. M. (Munich) Temple of Antony at Rome. (Water color.) 

586. Hein, Franz (Karlsruhe). Spring. (Water color.) 

587. Kallmorgen, Professor Fr. (Karlsruhe) Grandfather's Pets. (Water 

color.) 



GERMANY — WATER COLORS, DRAWINGS, ETC. 299 

588. Heim, Heinz (Darmstadt). A Series of Studies from Life. (Drawing.) 

589. Mannchen, Adolf (Halle-a-S.). In the Cloister. (Water color.) 

590. Dammeier, Rud (Munich). Tyrolese Peasants at the Mass. (Water 

color.) 

ALCOVE X64— NUMBERS S9i TO 629, INCLUSIVE. 

591. Leistikow, W. (Berlin) Summer. (Water color.) 

592. Looschen, Hans (Berlin). Tap House in the Woods. (Gouache.) 

593. Gleichen-Russwurm, Freiherr Ludwig von (Weimar). Autumn (Land- 

scape). (Water color.) 

594. Deiters, H. (Dusseldorf) At the Mill-brook. (Water color.) 

595. Schnee, H. (Berlin) Summer Morning. (Water color.) 

596. Barthel, P. (Berlin) Peace. (Water color.) 

597. Helm, Heinz (Darmstadt). A Series of Studies from Life. (Drawings.) 

598. Leistikow, W. (Berlin) Autumn. (Water color.) 

599. Gleichen-Russwurm, Freiherr Ludwig von (Weimar). Orchard. (Water 

color.) 

600. Deiters, H. (Dusseldorf) Village in Westfalia. (Water color.) 

60X. Hertel, Professor Alb. (Berlin) Mentone and the Campo Santo. (Water 

color.) 
602. Herrmann, Hans (Berlin). Dutch Harbor Scenery. Loaned by the 

National Gallery of Berlin. (Water color.) 
60^ Leistikow, W. (Berlin) A Winter Day in the Mountains. (Pastel.) 
604. Herrmann, Hans (Berlin). The " Singel'* at Amsterdam. (Water color.) 
6q5. Teschendorff, Professor £. (Berlin) Old Peasant from Meran. (Water 

color.) 

606. Hertel, Professor Alb. (Berlin) Evening on the " Nassfeld,'* near Gas- 

tein. (Water color.) 

607. Weichberger, Eduard (Weimar). Village Garden in May. (Water 

color.) 

608. Hertel, Professor Alb. (Berlin) View of Rome, seen from Mount Pincio. 

(Water color.) 

609. Hertel, Professor Alb. (Berlin) Gastein Nassfeld. (Water color.) 

610. Dettmann, L. (Berlin) In Spring. (Water color.) 

6zx. Dettmann, L. (Berlin) A Bridge in the Eiffel. (Water color.) 

612. Dettmann, L. (Berlin) German Forest Lake. (Water color.) 

613. Breitbach, Carl (Berlin). Cross-passage at Berchtesgaden. (Water color.) 
6x4. Eitner, Ernst (Hamburg). Afternoon Sun. (Gouache.) 

6x5. Breitbach, Carl (Berlin). Fruit-shop at Venice. (Water color.) 

6x6. Dettmann, L. (Berlin) A Fishermen's Village (Twilight). (Water color.) 

6x7. Dettmann, L. (Berlin) House on the Island of Nordemey. (Water color.) 

6x8. Dettmann, L. (Berlin) Hay Time. (Water color.) 

6x9. Breitbach, Carl (Berlin). Campiello San Barbara. (Water color.) 

620. Bombach, Wm. (Berlin) Winter at the Riviera. (Water color.) 

62X. Klimsch, Professor Eugen (Frankfort-on-the-Main). A Fan. (Water 
color.) 

622. Seliger, M. (Berlin) Parrots (Fan). (Water color.) 

623. bergmann, Jul. (Karlsruhe) A Czikos. (Water color.) 



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624. Scligcr, M. (Berlin) Elfs and Night-fires (Fan). (Water color.) 

625. Haber, Rudolph v. ( Dresden- Neustadt) Still-life. (Water color.) 

626. Kubierschky, Erich (Munich). Autumn (River Rhine). (Water color.) 

627. Kubierschky, Erich (Munich). Spring (River Rhine). (Water color.) 

628. Hertel, Professor Alb. (Berlin) Harbour of Mentone. (Water color.) 

629. Herrmann, Hans (Berlin). The Lindengracht at Amsterdam. (Water 

color.) 

ALCOVE 163- NUMBERS 630 TO 634, INCLUSIVE. 

630. Behmer, Herm. (Weimar) Portrait of the poet Gustav Kastrupp. 

(Pencil drawing.) 

631. Thedy, Professor Max (Weimar). Chalk drawing; pen and ink drawing; 

red chalk drawing. 

632. Oberlander, Ad. Adam (Munich). Two frames with pencil drawings. 

Loaned by the artist. 

633. Feldmann, W. (Berlin) Six Pen Drawings in Indian Ink. 

634. Heim, Heinz (Darmstadt). Study of Life (Drawing). ' 



GERMANY — ENGRAVINGS, ETCHINGS, PRINTS. 3OI 



Group 143-Engravings, Etch- 

iNGS, Prints. 

SECOND FLOOR. 

WEST COURT— ALCOVE 163-NUMBERS 635 TO 687, INCLUSIVE.- 

63$* Meyer, Professor Hans (Berlin). War. (Copper engraving.) 

636. Eilers, Professor G. (Berlin) Portrait of Joachim. (China-print.) 

637. Platow, J. (Berlin) Pains Forgotten,. (Etching after Gallait.) 

638. Erdmann, Mor. (Munich) Near Berchtesgaden. (Etching.) 

63^. Koepping:, Professor Carl (Berlin). Portrait of an Old Man, after Rem- 
brandt Loaned by the artist. (Etching.) 
640. Krauskopf,P]fbfessorWilh.( Karlsruhe) Landscape. (Copper engraving.) 
641-660. Etchers' Association at Weimar. Twenty etchings. 
66i. Erdmann, Mor. (Munich) Mademo at Lake Garda. (Etching.) 

662. Eilers, Professor G (Berlin) Saint Cecilia, after Rubens. (China-priift.) 

663. Kohnert, H. (Berlin) Spring Morning. (Etching.) 

664. Kohnert, H. (Berlin) Autumn Evening. (Etching.) 

665. Jahnke, Karl (Munich). Death of "Renard," after Gebler. (Etching.) 

666. Erdmann, Mor. (Munich) Near Bozen (Moonlight). (Etching.) 

667. Barenfanger, Max (Munich). Portrait of a Young Wife. (After Hals.) 

(Wood carving.) 

668. Barenfanger Max (Mtmich). John Chambers, Physician in Ordinary to 

King Henry VIII, after Holbein. (Etching.) 

669. Koepping, Professor Carl (Berlin). Summer Idyl. Loaned by the artist. 

(Original etching.) 

670. BOttcher, F. (Steglitz). The Ascension. (Etching after von Gebhardt.) 

671. Krtlger, A. (Berlin) Eight Etchings after Ancient Masters. Loaned 

by the artist. (Etchings and engravings.) 
673. Feldmann, W. ( Berlin) Evening in Westfalia. (Etching.) 

673. Meyer-Basel Carl Theod. (Munich) (Original etchings.) 

674. Ton Fichard, Freiherr Max (Baden Baden). Three Etchings. 

675. Raab, Doris (Munich). Portrait (Etching after Rembrandt.) 

676. Krauskopf, Professor Wilh. (Karlsruhe) Portrait (Copper engraving.) 

677. Krostevitz, F. (Berlin) Landscape. (Etching.) 

^ Feldmann, W. (Berlin) The Castle "Em." (Etching.) 

679. Ritter, Lorenz (Nuremberg). At St Lorenz*s. (Etching.) 

680. Art Association of the Rhinelands and West£alia. After the Struggle. 

(Copper print.) 
68x. Art Association of the Rhinelands and Westialia. After the Funeral 
(Copper print) 



302 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP't K — FINE ARTS.. 

682. Art Association of the Rhinelands and Westfalia. With the Lawyer. 

(Copper print.) 

683. Art Association of the Rhinelands and Westfalia. A Service of Love. 

(Copper print.) 

684. Art Association of the Rhinelands and Westfalia. The Sharpers. 

(Copper print.) 

685. Schultheiss, Albrecht (Munich). The Tribute Penny. (Engraving.) 

686. Art Association of the Rhinelands and Westfalia. A Saloon Tyrolese. 

(Copper print.) 

687. Art Association of the Rhinelands and Westfalia. Sketch from the 

Erft. (Copper print.) 

ALCOVE z6x— (ON THE SCREEN) NUMBERS 688 TO 692, 

INCLUSIVE. 

688. Meyer, Professor Hans (Berlin). Six Etchings. (The Dance of Death.) 

689. Horte, Max (Berlin). Columbus Scoffed at by the Council of S^amanca. 

(Original Etching.) 

690. Burger, Johann( Munich). Aurora. (Engraving after Guido Reni.) 
69Z. %ilers, Professor G. (Berlin) Portrait of Menzel. (Etching.) 

692. Struck, H. (Berlin, Wilmersdorf) The Village Fates. (Etching after 

Gussow.) 

693. Doepler, Professor (Berlm). "The Beginning of the End." Loaned by 

the National Gallery of Berlin. (Damaged, not exhibited.) (Water 
color.) 



GERMANY — ARCHITECTURE. 3O3 



From Groups 139 to 14?-Archi- 

TECTURE. 

WEST COURT (ALCOVE 108) NUMBERS 694 TO 709, 

INCLUSIVE. 

THE NUMBERING BEGINS AT THE NORTHEAST END OF THE WEST COURT. 

694. Imperial Ministry of the Interior (Berlin). Model of the Imperial In- 

surance Institute. Built by Architect A. Busse. 

695. Busse (Berlin). Plans for the Imperial Insurance Institute at Berlin. 

696. Imperial Ministry of the Interior (Berlin). Model of the Imperial In- 

stitute for Patents, Berlin. A. Bussee, Architect. (See No. 676.) 

697. Busse (Berlin). Plans for the Imperial Institute for Patents at Berlin. 
698-700. Warth, Eggert, Jsleibcr, Salomon Jacobsthal, Brion, Professors 

(Strassburg). Several new buildings for the University at Strassburg. 
(See. 849.) 
70X. Licht, Director H. (Leipzig) Project for a Town Hall at Leipsic. 

702. Ende & BOckmann (Berlin). Landeshaus at Danzig. 

703. Ende & BOckmann (Berlin). Office Building of the Bank of Commerce 

and Industry, Berlin. 

704. Tiede, Professor Aug. (Berlin) Project for a Museum for Classical Art. 

705. Licht, Director H. (Leipzig) Court of Police at Leipsic. 

706. £nde& BOckmann (Berlin). Court House at Tokio. 

707. Ende & BOckmann (Berlin). Parliament House at Tokio. 

708. Ende & B(k:kmann (Berlin). Ministry of Justice at Tokio. 

709. Poppe, J. G. (Bremen) Enlargement of Council Hall at Bremen. 

WEST COURT ALCOVE 107— NUMBERS 7x0 TO 727, INCLUSIVE. 

7x0. Hauberisser, Professor G. (Munich) Villa Naher at Lindan. 
711. Schaede, Bemh. (Berlin, Charlottenburg) Project for a National Monu- 
ment for Emperor William I. 
7x2. Hofmann, K. (Worms) Storehouse at Worms. 

7x3. Hofmann, K. (Worms) Waterworks Tower at Worms, built in 1889-90. 
7x4. Hoven, Franz von (Frankfort-a-M). View of the Essighaus at Frank- 

on-the-Maine. 
7x5, Levy, Professor L. (Karlsruhe) Synagogue at Kaisers Lantern, built 

188^^, Inner decoration done by Gustav Ballin, from Frankfort- 
a-M. 
7x6. Tttshatts a von Abbema (Dusseldorf). The Drachenburg near Konigs- 
winter. 



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• 

7x7. Hauberisser, Professor G. (Munich) Court House at Wiesbaden, built 

1884-90. 
7x8. Schmidt, Professor A. (Munich) New Synagogue at Munich, built 1884- 

1887. 
7x9. Abesser & Kroger (Berlin). Synagogue at Glogau in Silesia, built 

1890-92. 

720. Schmidt, Professor A. (Munich) Church at Munich. 

721. Schmidt, Professor A. (Munich) Castle Paehl, built 1882-83. 

722. HoYcn, Franz von (Frankfort-a-M). Designs and Views of the Village 

Andreas. 

723. Durm, Dr. Jos. (Karlsruhe) Archducal Direction of Public Works. 

Empress Augusta Baths. 

724. Seeling, Chr. Heinr. (Berlin) Projects for a Theatre at Stockholm. 

725. Neumeister, Professor A. (Karlsruhe) Castle Altenstein near Lichen- 

stein-i-Thuringia, built for the Duke of Saxe-Meiningen. 

726. Durm, Dr. Jos. (Karlsruhe) Archducal Direction of Public Works. 

Church at Schopfheim and Baden weiler. 

727. Durm, Dr. Joseph (Karlsruhe). Archducal Direction of Public Works. 

Archiducal Palace. 

WEST COURT ALCOVE xo6— NUMBERS 728 TO 749, INCLUSIVE. 

728. Schwechten, Fraitz (Berlin). Model of the Emperor William Memorial 

Church at Berlin. 

729. Imperial Ministrj of Public Works (Berlin). Church at Alt Geltow. 

730. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Reformed Church at Jus- 

terburg. 

731. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Grace Church at Berlin. 

732. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Dome at Schleswig. 

733. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Church at Ltttgendort- 

mund. 

734. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Luther Church at Stettin. 

735. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin), Physical Institute of the 

University at Halle. 

736. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Government Building at 

Hildesheim. 

737. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Government Building at 

Miinster. 

738. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Court House at Kempen. 

739. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Physical Science Insti- 

tutes on the Telegraphenberg near Potsdam with Map of Situation. 

740. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Court House at M. Glad- 

bach. 
74X. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). New Buildings for the 
Clinical Institute of the University at GSttingen. 

742. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Pathological Institute of 

the University at Breslau. 

743. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Chirurgical Clinic al 

Breslau. 



GERMANY — ARCHITECTURE. 3O5 

744* Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Court House at Aix-la- 

Chapelle. 
745* Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Mineralogical Museum of 

the University at Kiel. 
745a* Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Archives and Library at 

Hanover. 

746. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Reception Hall and Build- 

ing at the Station of Primkenau. 

747. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Court House at Cologne. 

748. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Skylight Court in the 

Court House at Cologne. 

749. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). University at Marburg. 

CENTER OF WEST COURT. 

750. Imperial Ministry of the Interior (Berlin). Model of the House of 

Parliament at Berlin, built 1884r-93 by Architect Wallat, model 
Sculptured by Sculptor Berger. 

WEST COURT ALCOVE 105— NUMBERS 7Sx TO 77x» INCLUSIVE. 

75X. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Museum of Physics at 

Berlin. 
752. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Court House at Frankfort- 

on-the-Main. 
753* Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Augusta School at Berlin. 

754. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Court House at Neurode. 

755. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Archives at Aurich. 

756. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Penitentiary at Gross 

757. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). New Buildings for the 

Clinical Institute of the University at Gottingen. 

758. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Reception Hall and Build- 

ing at the Depot at DUsseldorf. 

759. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Morgue at Berlin. 

760. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Gymnasium at Sigmarin- 

gen. 

761. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Court House at Crefeld. 
763. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Pathological Institute of 

the University at GSttingen. 
Strehlitz. 

763. Imperial^Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Reception Hall and Build- 

ing at the Depot at Halle. 

764. Imperial Ministry of Public Works (Berlin). Court-House at Bochum. 

765. March, O. (Charlottenburg) Town Festivity Hall at Worms; built 

1888-89; Facade and Views of the Stage with Equipment for Opera 
and Plays for the People. 

766. Walther, Professor E. (Nuremberg) The Von Tucher Brewery at 

Berlin. 

767. Groszheim, Kayser and von (Berlin). Hotel Dornhof at Cologne; built 

1891-9a. 
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768. Dollinger, Professor C. (Stuttgart) Facade of Ihe Court-House at 

Tubingen; built in 1435; restored in 1877. 

769. Hehl, Christoph (Hannover). Court-House at Harburg on the Elbe. 

770. Schwarz, G. (Hildesheim) Reconstruction of the Town Hall at Hildes- 

heim; com. from 1883-88. 
77Z. Department of Public Works (Town of Frankfort-on-the-Main). Wil- 
mer Frankenstein School. 

WEST COURT ALCOVE X04— NUMBERS 772 TO 791, INCLUSIVE. 

772. Spitta, Professor v (Berlin). Model of the Grace Church at Berlin. 

773. Otzen, Professor Johannes (Berlin). The Luther Church at Berlin. 

774. Otzen, Professor Johannes (Berlin). Reformed Church at Wiesbaden. 

775. Meckel (Frankfort-a-M). Pilgrimage Chjirch, St. Rochus, at Bingen-on- 

the-Rhine. 

776. Hase, Professor C. W. (Hannover) Church at Georg Marienhtttte in 

Westfalia. 

777. Hehl, Christoph (Hannover). Saint Mary's at Hanover. 

778. Hehl, Christoph (Hannover). Garrison Church at Hanover. 

779. Strigler, Ph. (Frankfort-a-M.) Catholic Church at the Gartenfeldat 

Mainz. 

780. Hehl, Christoph (Hannover). High Altar at St. Mary*s at Hannover. 
78x. Schmitz, Franz (Strassburg). Reconstructions at the Dom at Stras- 

burg. 
782* Schmitz, Bruno (Berlin). Project for a National Monument for 
Emperor William I. 

783. Tomow, P. (Metz) Reconstruction of the Dom at Metz. 

784. Tornow, P. (Metz) The Liebfrauen Church at Metz. 

785. Schmidt, Freiherr Professor H. (Munich) Reconstruction of St Cath- 

arine's at Oppenheim; finished 1889. 

786. Hehl, Christoph (Hannover). Project for Restoring the Dom at 

Bremen. 

787. Winkler, C. (Colmar) Reconstruction of St Theo Caldus at Thann in 

Alsatia. 

788. Hauberisser, Professor G. (Munich) Herz-Jesu Church. 

789. Salzmann (Bremen). Reconstruction of the Dom at Bremen. 

790. Schmidt, Freiherr Professor H. (Munich) Town Hall Tower at Passau. 
79X. Schmidt, Freiherr H., Professor (Munich). St. John's at Darmstadt 

WEST COURT ALCOVE xo2-~NUMBER 79a. 

790. Heinevetter, Hans (Munich). Project for an Exhibition Building con- 
taining Theatre, Concert and Ball-rooms and a Circus. 

SECOND FLOOR. 

ALCOVE X59— NUMBERS 793 TO 8oz, INCLUSIVE. 

793.795. WelLxien, V. von, Wagner, H., Erwin, Marx, Professors (Darm- 
stadt). Buildings of the Technical High School at Darmstadt 
796. Lambert 8l Stahl (Stuttgart). National Museum at Bern. 



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GERMANY — ARCHITECTURE. 3O7 

797. Horsty Chr., and Weltzien, V. von (Darmstadt). Clinical .nstitutc at 

Giessen, built 1887-90. 

798. Horst, Chr., and Weltzien, V. von (Darmstadt). Lunatic Asylum at 

Giessen. 

799. Klingenberg, E. (Freseburg in the Harz) Enlargement project of the 

Museums at Berlin. 

800. Kayser & Yon Groszheim (Berlin). Office Building of Book Traders at 

Leipzic; built 1886-B8. 
80Z. Haller, M. (Hamburg) Office Building, the "Doventrop" at Hamburg. 

ALCOVES x6o AND z6{— NUMBERS 702 TO 858, INCLUSIVE. 

802. Klingenberg, E. (Freseburg, in the Harz) Project for a Dom at 
Berlin. 

803-849. Royal Photometric Institute, Meydenbauer, Prof. (Berlin) Forty- 
three (43) Photographs, three Drawings and one Reproduction. 

850. Wellb, C. and C. Private Flathouse. 

851. March, O. (Berlin) Zum "Hausvoight.*' 

852. Wellb, C. and C. Private Flathouse. 

853. Walther, Prof. C. (Nuremberg) The von Tucher Brewery at Berlin. 

854. Walther, Prof. C. (Nuremberg) The von Tucher Brewery at Berlin. 

855. Walther, Prof. C. (Nuremberg) The von Tucher Brewery at Berlin. 

856. Seeling, Chr. Heinr. (Berlin) Projects for an University Library at 

Leipzig. 

857. Seeling, Chr. Heinr. (Berlin) Project for a Kur-Trinkhalle at Wiesba- 

den. 

858. Neher, L., and yon Kauffinann (Frankfort-a-M.). Castle Pfiiigensberg, 

near Eisenach. 

ALCOVE z63~NUMBERS 859 TO 880, INCLUSIVE., 

859. Licht, Director H. (Leipzig) Enlargement of the Museum at Leipzic. 

860. Wolff, Felix. Flathouse at Vienna. 
86z. Wolff, Felix. Elevations of the Same. 

862. Neher, L. and von KaufEmann (Frankfort-a-M). Band Office Building 

at Frankfort-on-the-Main. 
8<^. Hase, Professor C. W. (Hannover) Facade of the Central Depot at 

Oldenburg. 

864. Kramer, Professor Th. von (Nuremburg). Museum of Industry at 

Nuremburg. 

865. Self (Berlin). Villa in the Grunewald, near Berlin. 

866» Department of Public Works (Town of Frankfort-on-the-Main). Opera 
House at Frankfort-a-M., designs by R. Lucal. 

867. Kreyszig, Ed. (Mainz) The "Stadthalle" at Mainz. 

868. Haller, M. (Hamburg) Office Building of the Hamburg-American 

Packet Company, Hamburg. 

869. Helm, L. (Berlin) Hotel Continental at Berlin. 

870. Blomberg & Schreiber (Berlin). Designs for a Circus at Berlin. 



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871. Rossbach, A. (Leipzig) Library of the University at Leipzig. 

872. Neckelmann, Professor Skjato (Stuttgart). Museum of Industry at 

Stuttgart. 

873. Neckelmann, Professor Skjato (Stuttgart). Public Library at Strassborg. 

874. Neckelmann, Professor Skjato (Stuttgart). University at Strassburg. 

875. Heim, L. (Berlin) Hotel Monopol at Berlin. 

876-878. Royal Direction of the State Railways of Bavaria (Munich). Cen- 
tral station at Munich. Built 1876-«3 by Jacob Graflf. 

879. Huber, Franz (Neustadt-a-H). Album with architectural designs. 

880. Linse, £d. (Aix-la-Chapelle) An album with projects for private 

houses. Samples of inner decorations for decorators. 



GREAT BRITAIN 



President of the I^oyal Commission, 
H. R. H. THE PRINCE OF WALES, K. G. 



Secretary of the Royal Commission, 
SIR HENRY TRUMAN WOOD, R. A., 

victoria House. Jackson Park. 



Superintendent of the Fine Arts Section, 
J. W. BECK, 

Victoria House, Jackson Park. 



Committee on Fine Arts. 

SIR REDERICK LEIGHTON» Bart.. P. R. A.. Chairman. 

SIR RICHARD WEBSTER. Q. 6.. M. P. 

SIR FREDERICK BRAMWELL, Bart., D. C. L.. F. R. S. 

WILLIAM AGNEW. 

J. MACVICAR ANDERSON. P. R. I. B. A. 

WYKE BAYLISS, F. S. A.. P. R. B. A. 

PHILIP H. CALDERON. R. A. 

SIR PHILIP CUNLIFFE-OWEN. K. C. B.. K. C. M. G.. C. I. E. 

HENRY WILLIAM BANKS DAVIS. R. A. 

SIR JOHN GILBERT. R. A. 

President of the Royal Society of Painters In Water Colors. 
F. SEYMOUR HADEN. P. R. P. E. 
ALEXANDER HENDERSON. 
SIR JAMES D. LINTON. P. R. I. 
W. E. LOCKHART, R. 8. A. 
H. STACY MARKS, R. A. 

Deputy-President of the Royal Society of Painters In Water Colors. 
WALTER WILLIAM OULESS. R. A. 
EDWARD J. POYNTER. R. A. 
WILLIAM CUTHBERT QUILTBR. M. P. 
FREDERIC STACPOOLE. A. R. A. 
MARCUS STONE, R. A. 
W. HAMO THORNYCRAFT. R. A 
Th* EARL OF WHARNCLIFFE. 



For information regarding exhibits for 
sale, apply at desk in Gallery 18. 

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GREAT BRITAIN. 



THE NUMBERS TO WHICH THIS CATALOGUE REFERS 

ARE PRINTED IN RED. 

MANY OF THESE WORKS ARE FOR SALE. PARTICULARS 
AND PRIGES MAY BE OBTAINED AT THE DESK IN THE 
EAST END OF GALLERY No. 18. 



Group 139-Sculpture. 

THB ROTUNDA— NUMBERS 1 AND 2. 

1. Leigbton, Sir Frederick, Bart., P. R. A. (London) The Sluggard. 

2. Thomeycroft, Hamo, R. A. (London) Teucer. 

SOUTH COURT— NUMBERS 3 TO 50, INCLUSIVE. 

BEGINNING AT THE NORTH END OP THE EAST SIDE OF THB COURT. 

3. Ford, £. Onslow, A. R. A. (London) Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone. 

4. Pomeroy, F. W. (London) Giotto. 

5. Frampton, George (London). Caprice. 

6. Goscombe, John W. (London) Study of a Female Head. 

7. Moorei Miss £. M. (London) A Ruffian. 

8. Moore, Miss E. M. (London) Bust of a Child. 

9. Palmer, Miss Ada M. (Chigwell, Essex) The Pied Piper of Hamelin. 

10. Goscomb, John W. (London) Morpheus. 

11. Joy, Albert Bruce, R. H. A. (London) The Archbishop of Canterbury. 

12. Dressier, Conrad (London). Bacchante. 

13. Mac Lean, T. Nelson (London). Comedy. 

14. Montalba, Miss Henrietta S. (Venice) Boy Catching a Crab. 

15. Woolner, Thomas R. A. (the late) Bust of Carlyle. Lent by Mrs. 

Woolner. 
i6. Ford, E. Onslow, A. R. A. (London) Statue of Henry Irving as "Hamlet" 

17. Woolner, Thomas, R. A. (the late) Bust of Lord Tennyson. Lent by 

Mrs. Woolner. 

18. Lee, Thomas Stirling (London). Bronze Medallion. 

19. Montford, Horace (London). The Birth of Venus. 

20. Frmmpton, George (London). St. Christina. 



GREAT BRITAIN — SCULPTURE. 3 1 1 

81. Woollier, Thomas, R. A. (the late) Medallion Portrait of Lord Tenny- 
son. Lent by Mrs. Woolner. 

22. Pomeroy, F. W. (London) Dionysius. 

23. Mac Lean, T. Nelson (London). La Source. 

24. Mac Lean, T. Nelson (London). Tragedy. 

25. Thornycroft, Hamo, R. A. (London) The Mower. 

26. Watts, G. F.. R. A. (London) Clytie. 

•7. Dmry, Alfred (London). The First Reflection. 

28. Mootford, Horace (London). Threatened Reprisals. 

29. Dressier, Conrad (London). "Mewling and Puking in the Nurse's Arms." 

30. Toft, Albert (London). The Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone. 

31. Holiday, Harry (London). Sleep. 

32. Thornycroft, Hamo, R. A. (London) Edward I. 

33. Brown, Miss B. A. M. (Beckenham, Kent) The Pearl (marble group). 

34. Thomjrcroft, Hamo, R. A. (London) Putting the Stone. 

35. Dressier, Conrad (London). Girl Tying on her Sandals. 

36. Woolner, Thomas, R. A. (the late) Bust of Cardinal Newman. Lent by 

Mrs. Woolner. 

37. Lee, Thomas Stirling (London). The Kiss of Dawn. 

38. Woolner, Thomas, R. A. (the late) Bust of the Right Hon. W. £. Glad- 

stone. Lent by Mrs. Woolner. 

39. Frampton, George (London). Singing Girl. Lent by A. L. Collie, Esq. 

40. Joy, Albert Bruce, R. H. A. (London) The Marquis of Salisbury. 

41. Joy, Albert Bruce, R. H. A. (London) Mrs. Mary Anderson Navarro. 

42. Rhodes, Roland (Newcastle). Youth's First Recognition of Love. 

43. Fehr, H. C. (London) Morning. 

44« Lets^hton, Sir Frederick, Bart., P. R. A. (London) Needless Alarms. 
Lent by Sir John E. Millais, Bart., R. A. 

45. Swan, John M. (London) Tigress. 

46. Swan, John M. (London) Lioness. 
47* Swan, John M. (London) Panther. 

48. Rhodes, Roland (Newcastle). Egyptian Harpist. 

49. Ford, £. Onslow, A. R. A. (London) General Gordon on a Camel. 

50. Allen, Charles J. (London) Repulsed. 



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Group 140-Oil Paintings.' 

GALLERY 12— NUMBERS 41 TO 109, INCLUSIVE. 

SOUTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT WEST SIDE OP ENTRANCE TO GA<LLERY 18. 

51. Waller, S. £. (London) The Empty Saddle. 

52. Lockhart, W. E., R. S. A. (London) The Swineherd. Lent by the 

Trustees of the Dundee Free Library. 

53. Goodall, T. F. (Dulwich) The Last of the Ebb; Great Yarmouth from 

Breydon Water. 

WEST WALL. 

54. Laidlay, W. }. (London) The Approach. 

55. Long, Edwin, R. A. (the late) Rose Bradwardine. From Sir Walter 

Scott's **Waverly." Lent by Messrs. Thomas Agnew & Sons. 

56. Stott, Edward (Amberly). Peaceful Evening. Lent by Andrew Muir, 

Esq. 

57. Ward, Mrs. E. M. (London) The Ugly Duckling. From Hans Ander- 

sen's Fairy Tales. 

58. Parsons, Alfred, R. I. (London) The Flowers Appear on the Earth. 

59. Pickering, J. L. (London) An Old World Home. 

60. Brown, Frederick (London). "When the Evening Sun is Low.** 

61. Holl, Frank, R. A. (the late) Portrait of the Late J. S. Morgan. Lent 

by Pierpont Morgan, Esq. 

62. Smart, John, R. S. A. (Edinburgh) A Glen without a Name, Ben Crua- 

chan. 

63. Stone, Marcus, R. A. (London) The Gambler's Wife. Lent by Geoige 

McCuUoch, Esq. 

64. Stokes, Adrian (London). Early Spring, Roman Campagna. 

65. Topham, Frank W. W., R. I. (London) Naaman's Wife.— II Kings, v. 

1-2. Lent by Sir Robert Romer. 

66. Forbes, Stanhope A., A. R. A. (London) Forging the Anchor. Lent by 

George McCulloch, Esq. 

67. Baden, Powel F. (London) The Wooden Walls of Queen Victoria. 

Lent by E. S. Hey wood, Esq., J. P. 

Portraits of ih» lost of England^B wooden bulwarks, lying off Portsmouth Dookyaid, 
aboat 184a The "Britannia," of 120 gnns, on the right, was flagship of the port; the two- 
decker being the **London/* of 92 gnns whilst the central three decker, drying her sails, 
is the "Qaeen," of 110 gons; and on the extreme left lies the fast-sailing frigate 
^'Arethnsa." 

68. Stone, Marcus, R. A. (London) The Passing Cloud. Lent by Arthur 

Lucas, Esq. 

69. Noble, Robert (Haddingtonshire, N. B.). September. 

70. Hartley, Alfred (London). Trafalgar Square. 



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GREAT BRITAIN — OIL PAINTINGS. 3I3 

71. Ouless, W. W., R. A. (London) Portrait of Sir Donald Smith, K.C.M.G. 

Chairman of the Hudson Bay Co. Lent by Sir Donald Smith. 

72. Hague, Anderson, R. I. (Llandudno) GyfHn Old Mill. 

73. Wyllie, Chas. W. (London) The Mighty Fallen. Lent by S. N. Castle, 

Esq. 

74. Rooke, T. M. (London) King Ahab*s Coveting. Lent by Merton Rus- 

sell Cotes, Esq., F.R.G.S. 

75. Olmer, Herbert A. (London) Portrait of the Venerable Archdeacon 

Farrar. Presentation portrait. Lent by The Ven. Archdeacon Farrar, 
D.D. 

76. Storey, G. A., A. R. A. (London) The Padre, a Spanish Interior. 

77. Joy, G. W. (London) Danaids. 

NORTH WALL. 

78. Fisher, S. Melton (London) A Summer Night. 

79. Huson, Thos., R. L (Liverpool) "Mists hung wide o'er Moor and Fell." 

80. Forbes, Stanhope A., A. R. A. (London) Soldiers and Sailors. Lent by 

George McCulloch, Esq. 
8x. Grace, A. F. (Steyning) Working Late in Valley of the Arun, 

82. Beavis, Richard, A. R. W. S. (London) A Stampede in the Highlands. 

83. Poynter, E, J., R. A. (London) White Roses. 

84. Armstrons^, T. (London) A Music-piece. Lent by J. Walker, Esq. 

85. Cameron, Hugh, R. S. A. (Fife, N. B.) Kilmeny Coming Back from Fairy- 

land. From the Poem by Hogg, "The Ettrick Shepherd." Lent by 
James Lindsay, Jr., Esq. 

86. Clark, James (London). Early to Bed. 

87. Charlton, John (London). The Royal Jubilee Procession Passing through 

Trafalgar Square. Lent by Her Majesty the Queen. 

88. Hayes, Edwin, R. H. A., R. L (London) Hard a Port. 

89. Ellis, Edwin (London). Full Summer, Flambro*. Lent by W. E. Harts- 

horn, Esq. 

90. Frith, W. P., R. A. (London) The Race for Wealth (a Series of Five Pict- 

ures) — The Spider and the Flies. Lent by Maurice N. Newton, Esq. 

91. Frith, W. P., R. A. (London) The Spider at Home. 

92. Frith, W. P., R. A. ( London) Victims. 

93. Frith, W. P., R. A. (London) Judgment. 

94. Frith, W. P., R. A. (London) Retribution. 

95. Walker, J. Hanson (London). A Portrait — "May." 

96. Lindner, M. P. (London) Moonlight. Lent by Henry Roche, Esq. 

97. Collier, the Hon. John (London). The Death of Cleopatra. Lent by the 

Corporation of Oldham. , 

98. Walker, J. Hanson (London). Mrs. Frank Grimwood, of Manipur. 

99. Stott, Edward (Amberley). The Bathers. Lent by John Maddocks, 

Esq. 
xoo. Riviere, Briton, R. A. (London) Daniel. Lent by Thomas H. Ismay, 

Esq. 
xox. Calthrop, Claude (London). Attempted Assassination of William the 

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102. Barclay, Edgar (London). "Hush." 

103. Macwhirter, John, R. A. (London) Corrie-Arran. 

104. Sadler, W. Dendy (London). Lea Roachers. Lent by H. L. Lefevre, 

Esq. 

105. Beadle, J. P. (London) In the Pas de Calais. Lent by General Beadle. 

106. Goodall, T. F. (Dulwich) When the Sun Sets and the Moon Rises. 

SOUTH WALL. 

107. Johnson, C. E., R. I. (London) The Slopes of Ben Nevis. * 

108. Grace, A. F. (Steyning) The Valley of the Cuckmere. Lent by the Cor 

poration of Brighton. 

109. Emslie, A. E. (London) Saving the Shipwrecked. 



GALLERY 13-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 110 TO 163, INCLUSIVE. 

WEST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE SOUTH END OF WALL — AT SOUTH ENTRANCE FROM 

GALLERY 12. 

110. Nicol, J. Watson (London). "The Good Old Rule, the Simple Plan, That 

They Should Take Who Have the Power, And They Should Keep 
Who Can." 

111. Reid, John R. (London) The Yarn. Lent by J. S. Forbes. Esq. 

ZZ2. Titcombe, W. H. Y. (Balham) Primitive Methodists, St. Ives, Cornwall. 

113. Wyllic, W. L., A. R. A. (London) Davy Jones' Locker. 

1x4. Rattray, Wellwood, R. S. A. (Glasgow) Golden October on the Forth. 

115. Bourdillon, Frank W. (Dorking) " Twas in 55." 

ii6. Watts, G. F., R. A. (London) Love and Life. 

117. Charles, James (Bosham). A Frosty Morning. 

118. Mason, George (the late). The Harvest Moon. Lent by Alexander 

Henderson, Esq. 

119. Collier, The Hon. John (London). Circe. Lent by Elliott Lees, Esq., 

M. P. 

120. Caldcron, W. Frank (London). "Fire!" 

121. Watts, G. F., R. A. (London) Love and Death. 

122. Knig^ht, Joseph R. L (Llandudno) A Turnip Field. Lent by Col. W. 

W. Mawson. 

123. Prtnsep, Val. C, A. R. A. (London) The Broken Idol. 

A Chriatian alave, who in his religions zeal has broken one of the family gods, 
is brought as on omnsement before his mistress, a Roman lady of the time of 
Diocletian, to explain his condact. He is nnder the charge of the cicarias (mastez 
of the slaves), and is attended by his fellow Christians. 

124. Archer, James, R. S. A. (London) St. Agners, One of the Early Christ- 

ian Martyrs. 



GREAT BRITAIN — OIL PAINTINGS. 31$ 

ia5. Millais, Sir John Everett, Bart., R. A. (London) Bubbles. Lent by 

Messrs. Pears. ^ 

xa6. Stokes, Mrs. Adrian (London) "Hail, Mary!" 
127.' Clark, James (London). The Favourite. 

NORflTH WALL. 

«28. Leader, B. W., A. R. A. (Guildford^ Conway Bay and the Carnarvon- 
shire Coast. Lent by George McCuUoch, Esq. 
129. FtfrM, Charles W. (London) Lady in Grey. 
230. Jolley, Gwilt (London). Consolation Afflictorum. 
132. Yeames, William F., R. A, (London) Prisoners of War, 1805. 

132. Waller, S. E. (London) One-and-Twenty. Lent bjr George McCul- 

loch, Esq. 

133. Graham, T. (London) The Last Boat. 

234. Jacomb-Hood, G. P. (London) Summer. 

235. Furse, Charles W. (London) Lady in Brown Riding Habit. 

EAST WALL. 

236. Dawson, Nelson (London). The Sunset Breeze. 

237. Leader, B. W., A. R. A. (Guildford) When Sun ie Set. Lent by George 

McCuUoch, Esq. 

238. Bigland, Percy (London). Portrait of the Countess Cairns. Lent by the 

Countess Cairns. 

239. Stokes, Adrian (London). The Settinej Sun. Lent by George McCul- 

loch, Esq. 

240. Armitage, E., R. A. (London) Faith. 

242. Brown, Ford Madox (London). Wiclif on Triak Designed for Man- 
chester Town Hall. Lent by Henry Boddington, Esq. 

242. Brett, John, A. R. A. (Putney) "Some Fall on Stony Ground." 

243. Corbet, Mrs. M. Ridley (London). On the Coast near Pisa. 

244. Wyllie, W. L., A. R. A. (London) The Port of London. Lent by the 

Fine Art Society. 

245. La Thangue, H. H. (Bosham) Leaving Home. Lent by Isaac Smith, 

Esq., M. P. 

246. Lucas, Seymour, A. R. A. (London) St. Paul's. 

247. Crane, Walter (London). Freedom. 

248. Corbet, M. Ridley (London). The Carrara Mountains. 

249. Hitchens, A. (London) Fisherwomen Awaiting the Boats, Holland. 

250. Boug^hton, G. H., A. R. A. (London) Winter Sunrise. 

252. Armitag^e, E., R. A. (London) After an Entomological Sale. 

252. Logsdail, William (London). Venice From th$ Public Garden. 

253. Charles, James (Bosham). Jack at Home. 

254. McCuUoch, George (London). Caliban and Ariel. 

255. Jopling^, Mrs. Louise (London). "Dear Lady Disdain.** 

256. Jones, Sir Thomas A. the late, P. R. H. A. (Dublin) Loreli. 

257. Small, William, R. I. (London) Returning From Market, Connemara 

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SOUTH WALL. 

158. Lawsoo, Cecil (the late). The Hop Garden. Lent by Mrs. Cecil Law- 

son. 

159. Schloesser, Carl (London). Moliere Reading to his Servant, "La Foret" 

160. Lockhart, W. £., R. S. A. (London) Portrait of John Poison, Esq. Lent 

by John Poison, Esq. 

161. Morris, P. R., A. R. A. (Lon<k>n) Sons of the Brave. Duke of York's 

School for Soldiers* Orphan Boys. Lent by James Dole, Esq. 

162. East, Alfred, R. I. (London) An Angry Dawn. Lent by George McCnl- 

loch, Esq. 
i&^ Kennington, T. B. (London) The Curse of the Family. 



GALLERY 14-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 164 TO 214, INCLUSIVE. 

WEST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE* SOUTH END OF THE WALL AT SOUTH ENTRANCE PROM 

GALLERY 12. 

164. Bourdillon, Frank W. (Dorking) On Board the "Revenge," 159L 

"Sink me the Ship, Master Gunner." — Tennyson, 

165. Linton, Sir J., P.R.L (London) The Benediction. Lent by C. Jacoby, 

Esq. 

166. Leig^hton, E. Blair (London). The Secret. Lent by T. J. Hirst, Esq. 

167. Poole, P. F., R.A. (the late) Greek Exiles. Lent by David Jardine, Esq. 
x68. Poole, P. F., R.A. (the late) The Prodigal Son. Lent by James Leat- 

hart, Esq. 

169. Tayler, A. Chevallier (London). The Pedlar. 

170. HoU, Frank, R. A. (the late) Samuel Cousins, R.A. Lent by Mrs. Frank 

Holl. 

171. Rae, Henrietta (Mrs. E. Normand) (London). La Cigale. 

172. Bramley, Frank, Penzance. "For of Such is the Kingdom of Heaven." 

Lent by George McCulloch, Esq. 

173. Lund, Niels M. (18 Fitzroy Street, London) A Scotch River. "Where 

crowded waters glitter to the Moon." 

174. Millais, Sir John Everett, Bart., R.A. (London) The Last Rose of Sum- 

mer. 

175. Shannon, J. J. (London) Portrait of G. Hitchcock, Esq. Lent by G. 

Hitchcock, Esq. 

176. Watcrlow, Ernest A., A.R.A. (London) Over the Sandhills, Bristol 

(!!hannel. 

177. Hopkins, Arthur, A.R.W.S. (London) "Springtime, the Only Pretty 

Ring-time." 

178. Moschclcs, Felix (London). Reciter in an Arab Cafe, Cairo. 

179. Hunter, Colin A., R.A. (London) Fishers of the North Sea. 






GREAT BRITAIN — OIL PAINTINGS. 317 

180. Halawelle, Keeley (the. late). A Breezy Common. Lent by Messrs. 

Arthur Tooth & Sons. 
x8x. Hunter, G. Sherwood (London). Carrying the Viaticum, Finisterre, 

France. 

182. Fletcher, Morley (London). Shadow of Death. 

NORTH WALL. 

183. Sant, James, R.A. (London) Oliver Twist. "He Walks to London." 

(Chap, viii.) 

184. Lavery, John (Glasgow). An Equestrienne. 

185. Swan, John M. (London) Maternity. Lent by the Hon. C. N. Law- 

rence. 

186. Kennedy, C. N. (London) Perseus. 

EAST WALL. 

187. Bels^ave, Percy (London). Combe Valley, near Morwenstow. 
x88. Schmal9. Herbert (London). Christians ad Leones. 

**The seo'^ who wete first called GnristiaiiB in Antioch had that day borne good wit- 
neas to their faith in Rome. The grim work was over for the stong ; only the tendereet, 
the most innocent, eayed from that death they envied for a craeller fate, had been 
borne to the oiroos with ribald jest and vile indignity. In the fierce glare of the arena 
waiting for the end— waiting there under the pitiless eyes of the popolace, from sena^ 
tor and patrician dame, to low bnfToon and parasite, weary of «laaghter bat insatiate 
for farther blood— waiting till fear was lost in hope, and shame grew shi jieless, t>ef ore 
the presence of death.** 

189. Rae, Henrietta (Mrs. E. Normand) (London). Doubts. 

190. North, J. W., A.R.A., R.W.S. (Taunton) "Seest how Fresh my Flowers 

be Spread, in Lily-White and Crimson Red." — Spenser. Lent by 

Colonel North. 
Z91. Fisher, Horace (London). The Card Players. 

193. Watcrlow, Ernest A., A.R.A., A.R.W.S. (London) The Evening Hour. 
192. Shannon, J. J. (London) Portrait of Mrs. Hitchcock. 
294. Morris, P. R., A.R.A. (London). Fete Dieu, Dieppe, Normandy. 

195. Parton, Ernest (London). Misty Morn. Lent by Arthur Hill, Esq. 

196. Knight, J. W. Buxton (London). Sunday Morning, Hadley Church. Lent 

by J. Maddocks, Esq. 

Hadley Chorch is close to Bamet, on the London and York road. It is yery old and 
has a '* fire cradle ** for signaling in olden times. The battle of Bamett was fought 
oloee to it; when the Earl of Warwick and his brother fought back to back for a long 
time before they were slain. 

197. Waterlow, Ernest A., A.R.A. A.R.W.S. (London) The Misty Moon, 

Isle of Arran. 

198. Shannon, J. J. (London) Portrait of Mrs. Charlesworth. 

199. Murray, David, A. R. A. (London) The River Road. Lent by George 

McCulloch, Esq. 
aoo. Pickering, J. L. (London) An Autumn Gust. 

aoi. Hnnter, G. Sherwood (London). Funeral of a Fisherman's Child, Volen- 
dam, Zuyder Zee. 
.SyaMUl4a> W. R. (Kensiogton) Mignqn. 

Clantea, George R. I. (Newport) Brown-eyes. Lent by C. N. Lux- 
xnoore, Esq. 






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ao4. Rae, .so. (Paris) A Little Peasant. 

205. Macartney, Carlile H. H. (London) Moorland. Lent by F. Scorer, Esq. 

SOUTH WALL. 

206. Burs^ess, J. B. R. A. (London) The Spanish Letter- Writer. Lent by 

Joseph Pulley, Esq. 

207. Margeston, W. H. (London) Pygmalion. 

208. Goodall, Frederick, R. A. (London) By the Sea of Galilee. 

209. Macbeth-Raeburn, H. (London). Nurse Ann — A Portrait. 
2X0. Waltoa, £. A., A.R.S.A. (Glasgow) Girl in Brown. 
21 z. Glazebrook, Hugh de T. (London) Portrait. 1 
2X2. East, Alfred R. I. (London) The Arms of Peace. 
213. Macallum, Hamilton, R. I. (London) *'Rocked in the Cradle of the 

Deep." Lent by J. P. Heseltine, Esq. 
2x4. Bates, David (Birmingham). The Sphnix. 



GALLERY 15-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 215 TO 282, INCLUSIVE. 

BEGINNING AT THE SOUTH END OF THE WALL AT SOUTH ENTRANCE PROM 

GALLERY 15. 

215. Taylcr, A. Chearallier (London). The Encore — "Home, Sweet Home." 
2x6. Moore, Albert (London). A Reverie. Lent by Henry Moore, Esq. R. A. 
2x7. Stott, Edward (Amberly). The House Pond. Lent by John Maddocks, 

Esq. 
2x8. Hare, St. George (London). Reflections. 
2x9. Millais, Sir John Everett Bart., R. A. (London) Lingering Autumn. 

Lent by George NJcCulloch, Esq. 
220. Hare, St. George (London). The Victory of Faith. 
22X. Riviere, Briton, R. A. (London) The Magician's Doorway. Lent by 

W. Cuthbert Quilter, Esq., M. P. 

222. Moore, Henry R. A. (London) Sunset After a Storm. 

223. Beadel, James Prinsep (London). Masquerade. 

The outside of the Grand Opera, Paris, daring CamiTal; masqaea coming oat from a 
ball masque' mounted Garde de Paris in the foreground. 

224. Leighton, Sir F., Bart. P.R A. (London) Perseus and Andromeda. 

225. Hayes, Edwin R.H.A., R.I. (London) Saved. 

226. Leslie, G. D., R. A. (^Vallingford) "Home, Sweet Home." Lent by 

Messrs. Thos. Agnew & Sons. 

227. Wood, Miss E. Stewart (London). Autumn. 

228. White, John (Axminster). Beer Head, Devon. Lent by £. -Homaiit 

Esq. . . IV . 

229. Wortley, Archibald Stuart (London). Mrs. H. Grenville Wells< . 

230. Bartlett, W. H. (Londoji) The Village Billiard Players Lent by £. de 

la Penha, Esq. 



GREAT BRITAIN — OIL PAINTINGS. 319 

23X. Brans^wyn, Frank (Penzance). Pilots, Peurta de Passages. 

252. Leighton, £. Blair (London). How Lisa Loved the King. Lent by 
Merton Russell Cotes, Esq., F. R. G. S. 

** Lisa, the only child of a rich merchant of Palermo, haying fallen iU through loye 
of King Pietro of Sicily, asks his fayorite musioian, Minnccio, to come and aing to 
her. 

233. Bartiett, W. H. (London) Practicing for the Swimming Match. Lent 

by Henry Whitehead, Esq. 

234. Lavery, John (Glasgow). Katherine and Esther — Daughters of Lord 

McLaren. Lent by Lord McLaren. 

NORTH WALL. 

235. Hell, Frank, R. A. (the late) Portrait of Sir John Tenniel. Lent by Will- 

iam Agnew, Esq. 

Sir John Tenniel was bom in 1820. In 1851 he became a member of *' Punch's " staff, 
and from that time he has contributed to the illustrations of that celebrated periodi- 
cal. For a long period, without the break of a single week, he has produced the 
political cartoon, and may thus claim a high place, not only as an artist, but as a his- 
torian of the time. 

236. Johnson, Cyrus, R. I. (London) A County Boundary. 

237. Hall, Fred (Penzance). Adversity. 

238. Brett, John, A. R. A. (Putney) The Promise of a Wild Night. 

239. Hall, Fred (Penzance). The Result of High Living. 

240. Steer, P. Wilson (London). The Sofa. 

241. Linnell, John (the late). Storm at Harvest. Lent by Samuel Montagu, 

Esq., M. P. 

242. Solomon, Solomon J. (London) Orpheus. 

243. Hunter, Colin, A. R. A. (Kensington) The Island Harvest. 

244. Loudan, Mouat (London). Fish Market, Cornwall. 

245. Calkin, Lance (London). "The Campbells are Coming." 

246. Horsley, J. C. R. A. (London) Finishing Touches. 

247. Penigini, Mrs. Kate (London). Happy and Careless. Lent by Mrs. 

Mackie. 

248. Hargitt, Edward, R. I. (London) The Isle of Skye from the Mainland, 

near Plockton. 

EAST WALL. 

249. Canziani, Madame Louisa Starr (London). Two Little "Home Rulers" 

— the Honble. Dudley and Archie Gordon, Sons of the Earl of Aber- 
deen. Lent by The Earl of Aberdeen. 

250. Bramley, Frank (Newlyn, Penzance). A Hopeless Dawn. Lent by 

T. Harry Eve, Esq. 

251. Thomson, Leslie (London). The Homeless Sea. 

252. Lehmann, Rudolf (London). The Reaper and the Flowers (Longfellow). 

253. Wylie, Charles W. (London) The Brimming River. 

254. Sadler, W. Dendy (London). Darby and Joan, Lent by John Ashb>', 

Esq. 



320 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION— DEP't K — FINE ARTS. 

255. Haynes- Williams, J. (Southampton) Gallery of Francis I— Palace of 

Fontainebleau. 

256. Perugini, C. E. (London) A Summer Shower. 

257. Smythe, Lionel P. (London) Summer Holidays. Lent by W. L. Wyllie, 

Esq., A. R. A. 

258. Cameron, Hugh, R. S. A. (Fife, N. B.) Buttercups and Daisies. Por- 

trait of a little girl — the artist's daughter. 

259. Dicksee, Frank, A. R. A. (London) The Redemption of Tannhauser. 

Lent by Thomas D. Gal pin, Esq. 

260. Hunter, Colin, A. R. A. (London) The First Plunge of Niagara. 

261. Alma-Tadema, L., R. A. (London) An Audience at Agrippa's. Lent 

by J. S. Roberts, Esq. 
202. Stott, Edward (Amberly). In an Orchard. 

263. Clausen, George, R. I. (London) The Breakfast Table. 

264. Weg^elin, J. R. (London) The Maidens' Race. Lent by The Earl of 

Eldon. 

265. Lorimer, J. H., A. R. S. A. (London) Pot Pourri. 

266. Starling, Albert (London). Saved from the Sea. Lent by Charles 

Lucas, Esq. 

267. Butler, Lady. The Roll Call. Lent by Her Majesty the Queen. 

268. Walton, Frank, R. I. (Dorking) Wreck of Spanish Armada Ships. 

269. Knight, J. Buxton (London) Plymouth. The Home of the First English 

Settlers in America. Lent by Henry Bonger, Esq. 

270. Small, William, R. I. (London) Love Laughs at Rain. 

SOU'FH WALL. 

271. Burgess, J. B., R. A. (London) " Maidens, Like Moths, are Ever Caught 

with Glare." Lent by George McCulloch, Esq. 

272. Brown, Ford Madox (London). Romeo and Juliet. Lent by James 

Leathart, Esq. 

273. Macbeth, Robert W., A. R. A. (London) Stag Hunting in a Sea Fog. 

274. Bayliss, Wyke, P. R. B. A. (London) Interior of St. Peter's, Rome. 

275. Lemon, Arthur (Betch worth). All Among the Barley. 

276. Charlton, John (London). Incident in the Charge of the Light Brigade. 

277. Alma-Tadema, Mrs. (London) Battledore and Shuttlecock. Lent by 

E. H. Van Ingen, Esq. 

278. Clark, Joseph (London). Playmates. 

279. Etherington, Miss L. (London) A Norfolk Dyke. 

280. Macallum, Hamilton, R. I. (London) Return from Lance Fishing. 

281. Walker, Francis S., R. H. A. (London) The Convent Garden. Lent by 

The Corporation of Leeds. 

282. Mottram, C. S. (London) A Winter Sea on the Yorkshire Coast, Morn- 

ing. (Water color.) 



GREAT BRITAIN — OIL PAINTINGS. 321 

GALLERY 18-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 283 to 409, INCLUSIVE 

EAST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE TO GALLERY 17. 

283. Hayes, Claude (Addiestone). Moon rise. 

284. Mason, G. H., R. A. (the late) Return from Ploughing. Lent by Her 

Majesty the Queen. 

285. Carter, William (London). Portrait of Wm. Sheppard Hoare, Esq. 

Lent by W. S. Hoare, Esq. 

286. Barnes, Robert, A. R. W. S. (Brighton) Her First Visit. Lent by J. B. 

Sutherland, Esq. 

287. Thornley, Charles (East Moulsey). Dutch Fishing Boat. 

288. Wehrschmidt, Daniel A. (Bushey) "Finding the Head of Orpheus." 

When the Thraoian women tore Orpheoi in pieoee, it is said that his head« together 
with his lyre, fell into the river Hebms, and that the head floated on the lyre, while the 
former sang in lamentation over Orpheos, and the latter echoed the song as the bresces 
swept the chords. And so both were wafted, amid the soonds of mosic, to Lesbos, 
where the Lesbians took up the head and boried it on the spot where their Temple of 
Bacchos now stands.— Xuciafi. 

289. Waterhouse, J. W., A. R. A. (London) Mariamne Leaving the 

Praetorium. Lent by W. Cuthbert Quilter, Esq., M. P. 

290. Corbet, M. Ridley (London). The Mouth of the Amo. Lent by Mrs. 

Devitt. 

291. Carter, William (London). Portrait of G. Trenchard Cox, Esq. Lent 

by E. A. Cox, Esq. 

292. Peppercorn,' A. N. (West Horsley, Leatherhead) The Cornfield. 

293. Phillips, Laurence B., R. P. E. (London) A Mill in Kent. 

SOUTH WALL. 

294. Bartlett, Charles W. (London) An Incident in the Life of the Dauphin 

During the French Revolution. 

295. Lorimer, J. H., A. R. S. A. (London) A Child's Thank-oflEering. 

296. Leslie, G. D., R. A. (Wallingford) Hen and Chickens. Lent by E. H. 

Van Ingen, Esq. 

297. Millais, Sir J. Everett, Bt., R. A. (London) Shelling Peas. Lent by Sir 

Frederick Leighton, Bart., P. R. A. 

298. Morris, P. R., A. R. A. (London) Edward I Demanding the Oath of 

Allegiance to the First Prince of Wales. 

299. Reed, George Ogilvie, R. S. A. (Edinburg) The Stroller's Tale. 

300. Clark, Joseph (London). Waifs and Strays. Lent by Charles B. Clarke, 

Esq. 

301. Morgan, Fred (London). The Favored Swain. 

302. King, Yeend, R. I. (London) The Lass That Loved a Sailor. Lent by 

George McCuUoch, Esq. 

303. Linton, Sir James D., P. R. I. (London) Victorious. Lent by C. Jacoby, 

Esq. 

304. Hacker, Arthur (London). Portrait of Mis5 Wf 
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322 WORLDS* COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP'x K — FINE ARTS. 

3C^. Stokes, Mrs. Adrian (London). "Go; Thou Must Play Alone, My Boy.** 
Lent by Mrs. P. HearsL 

306. Bayliss, Wyke, P. R. B. A. (London) Interior of Amiens CathedraL 

307. Hook, J. C, R. A. (Famham) Wreckage from the Fruiter. 

308. Oulcss, W. W.,R. A. (London) Portrait of T. S. Cooper, Esq., R. A. 

Lent by T. S. Cooper, Esq., R. A. 

309. Parsons, Alfred, R. I. (London) The Daylight Dies. 
3x0. Jopling-Rowe, Mrs. Louise (London). Salome. 

311. Ward, Mrs. E. M. (London) Mrs. Fry Visiting Newgate in 1818. . 

312. Davis, H. W. B., R. A, (London) A Gleamy Day, Picardy. Lent by 

G. McCullocgh, Esq. 

313. Murray, David, A. R. A. (London) Season of Mists and Mellow Fruit- 

fulness. 
3x4. Holl, Frank, R. A. (The late) The Earl Spencer, K. G. Lent by the 
Earl Spencer, K. G. 

315. Titcomb, William Holt Yates (Balham). Old Sea Dogs. 

316. Osbom, Miss E. M. (London) Summer Shroud. "Wlien Nature's Dying 

Face is Veiled." ^ 

317. Herkomer, Herman G. (London) David Bisphan in "La Bosche.*' 

318. Hook, J. C, R. A. (Famham) " Little to Earn and Many to Keep." 

Lent by Messrs. Thomas Angew & Sons. 
3x9. Alma-Tadema, L., R. A. (London) A Dedication to Bacchus. Lent 

by His Excellency Monsieur E. Gambart, Spanish Consul, Nice. 
320. Leighton, Sir Frederick, Bart. P. R. A. (London) Hercules Wrestling 

with Death for the body of Alcestes. Lent by Sir Bemhard Samuelson, 

Bart. M. P. * 
32X. Merritt, Mrs. Anna Lea (Andover). Eve. Lent by Alfred Waterhouse, 

Esq., R. A. 

322. Norris, H. L. (London) Twilight. 

323. Laldlay, \\\ J. (London) Moonrise on Hoxsey Mere. 

324. Holiday, Henry (London). Aspasia. 

325. King, Edward (Petersfield). A Frolic 

326. Hunt, Alfred W., R. W. S. (London) From Peak to Peak in Cloudland. 

Lent by W. S. Caine, Esq., M. P. 

327. Mason, G. H. (the late). Girls Dancing by the Sea. Lent by the Lord 

Wantage, K. C. B., V. C. 

328. Holl, Frank, R. A. (the late) Portrait of Major-General Sir Henry 

Rawlinson, Bart., G. C. B., F. R. S., etc Lent by Sir H. Rawlinson, 
Bt., G. C. B. 

329. Fahcy, Edward H., R. I. (London) Autumn. 

330. Pync, Thomas, R. I. (Colchester) Streatley Hill on the Thames. 

331. Herkomer, Herman G. (London) Portrait of Professor Hubert Kerko- 

mer, R. A. 

332. Herkomer, Professor H., R. A. (Bushey) The Last Muster. Lent by 

W. Cuthbert Quilter, Esq., M. P. 

333. Moore, Henry, R. A. (London) St. Alban*s Race. 

334. Hayes, Claude (Addlestone). Across a Surrey Common. 

335. Jenkins, Miss Blanche (London). A Water Nymph. 



GREAT BRITAIN— OIL PAINTINGS. 323 

336. Fahej, Edward H., R. I. (28 Dawson Place, Bayswater, London) The 

Nether Pool, a Nibble. 

337. Robertson, Henry Robert (London). "The Ploughman Homeward Plods 

his Weary Way." 

338. Grey, Alfred, R. H. A. (Dublin) An Irish Harvest Field: Peasants 

Loading Com. 

339. White, John (Axminster). Our Village. Lent by John Ure, Esq. 

340. Jay, W. S. (Arundel) Early Primrose, Herald of Spring. 

34Z. Dicksee, Frank, A. R. A. (London) The Passing of Arthur. Lent by 
Stephen G. Holland, Esq. 

342. Osborne, Walter, R. H. A. (Dublin) The Ferry. 

343. Bartlett, W. H. (London) A Wrack Harvest Lent by E. Suinton, 

Esq. 

344. Ingram, W. Ayerst (Falmouth). Surf. 

345. Parsons, Alfr^, R. I. (London) In a Cider Country. 

346. Mason, G. H., R. A. (the late) Only a Shower. Lent by Thomas L. 

Devitt, Esq. 

347. Marks, H. Stacy, R. A. (London) The Gentle Craft Lent by £. 

Homan, Esq. 

348. Brett, John, A. R. A. (Putney) The Highland Summer. 

349. Barber, C. Burton (London). The New Whip. Lent by William Yeats 

Baker, Esq. 

350. Smallfield, Frederick, R. W. S. (London) Colonel Newcome in Charter- 

house: Grace after Meat 

WEST WALL. 

35X. Glazebrook, Hugh de T. (London) C'est L'Empereur. Napoleon I 
Finding a Sentry Asleep on Duty. 

352. King, Yeend, R. I. (London) Autumn Wooing. Lent by George Mc" 

Culloch, Esq. 

353. Stone, Marcus, R. A. (London) Two's Company, Three's None. Lent 

by Messrs. Frost and Reed. 

354. Grace, James E. (Godalming) An Isle of Wight Pastoral. 

355. Palin, W. M. (Milford) Orphans. 

356. Steer, P. Wilson (London). Bathers. 

357. Farquharson, David, A. R. S. A. (London). After the Storm, Glenlyoa 

Lent by F. Acton, Esq. 

358. Riviere, Briton, R. A. (London) Requiescat 

WEST WALL. 

359. Burgess, J. B., R. A. (London) The Church Door. Lent by Sir Julian 

Goldsmid, Bart. M. P. 

360. Helcke, Arnold (London). Sandbanks. 

36Z. Symons, W. Christian (Mayfield). Diana and Endymion. Lent by R* 
Le Brasseur, Esq. 

362. Waller, Mrs. Mary L. (London) The Card Dealer. Lent by W. R 

Readhead, Esq. 

363. Horsley, Walter C. (London) Fortune Teller— Caira 



324 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP't K — FINE ARTS. 

364. Millais, Sir J. Everett, Bt, R. A. (London) Halcyon Weaker. 

3fiS. Calderon, P. H., R. A. (London) FarewelL Lent by the Fine Art 
Society. 

366. Waterlow, Ernest A., A. R. A. (London) The Night Before Shearing. 

367. Parker, John, R. W. S. (London) Cockle Gatherers. 

368. Fletcher, Blandford (Enfield). Evicted. 

369. Graham, Peter, R. A. (London) The Hamlet on the Cliff— A Rocky 

Coast Lent by George McCulloch, Esq. 

370. Goodall, Frederick, R. A. (London) The Palm Offering. Lent by 

Merton Russell Cotes, Esq., F. R. G.S. 
37Z. Hacker, Arthur (London). Fire Fancies. 
372, Detmold, H. E. (Hastings) A Glimpse of Future Seas. 
373* Symons, W. Christian (May field). The Figure _Head of the Cupid. 

Lent by R. Le Brasseur, Esq. 

374. Murray, David, A. R. A. (London) A Mangold Field. Lent by George 

McCulloch, Esq. 

375. Davis, W. H. B., R. A. (London) The Western Highlands. 

376. Alma-Tadema, L., R. A. (London) The Sculpture Gallery. Lent by 

George McCulloch, Esq. 

377. Lindner, M. P. (London) A Winter Sunset Lent by M. Lindner, 

Esq. 

378. McLachlan, T. Hope (London). Mists in Early Autumn. 

379. Macbeth-Raebmn, H. (London) Lewis Waller, Esq. — ^A Portrait 

380. Emslie, A. E. (London) Portrait of the Rev. James Martineau, D.D., 

D.C.L., LL.D. 
38Z. Tuke, Henry S. (Hanwell) Sailors Playing Cards. 

382. Cole, Vicat, R. A., (the late) Abingdon. Lent by George McCulloch, 

Esq. 

383. Millais, Sir John Everett, Bart., R. A. (London) The Ornithologist 

384. BrangwyUi Frank (London). The Convict Ship. 

385. Overood, W. H. (London) "Victory!" The Prize Crew Taking Pos- 

session. 

386. Stokes, Adrian (London). Through the Morning Mist 

387. Poynter, E. J., R. A. (London) Diadumene. Greek woman, binding 

her hair preparatory to the bath. 

388. Miller, P. H. (London) The Old Arm Chair. "I love it, I love it, 

and who shall dare to chide me for loving that old arm chair.'*— 
E/iza Cook, 

389. Coke, Alfred Sacheverel ( Isle of Wight). Hagar. 

390. Macgregor, Miss J. (London) In the Reign of Terror. Lent by the 

Corporation of Liverpool. 
39X. Fisher, Horace (Elmfield, Half Moon Lane, Heme Hill, London). A 

Midday Rest. 
393. Gow, A. C, R. A. (London) Queen Mary's Farewell to Scotland. Lent 

by George McCulloch, Esq. 

393. Sant, James, R. A. (London) My Lady Dorothy. 

394. Graham, Peter, R. A. (London) "Caledonia Stem and Wild.** Lent by 

George McCulloch, Esq, 



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GREAT BRITAIN — OIL PAINTINGS. 325 

395. Stephens, W. R. (London) Summer. 

596. Wilkinson, Hugh (Brockenhurst). A Cloudy Morning. 

397. Price, J. M.( London) Viaticum. 

398. Childers, Miss Milley (London). The Last Survivor of Trafalgar- 

Emmanuel Cartigny, died 1892, aged 100 years. 

399. Schmiechen, H. (London) Portrait of Mrs. Bloomfield Moore. 

400. Woods, Henry, R. A. (Venice, Italy) Steps of the Scuola San Rocco. 

Lent by Stephen G. Holland, Esq. 
40X. Moynau, R.T., R. H. A. (DublinJ Military Manceuvers. 

402. Aumonier, J., R. I. (London) An English Wood. 

403. Macg^egor, Miss J. (London) The Mistletoe Bough. Lent by Mrs. 

Miers. 

404. Orchardson, W. Q., R. A. (London) ^ A Portrait Group. 

405. Clausen, G., R. I. (Newport) A Woman of the Fields. Lent by J. Dun- 

nachie, Esq. 

406. Peppercorn, A. N. (Lesitherhead) A Surrey Village. 

EAST WALL. 

407. Swan, John M. (London) The Fallen Monarch. 

408. Rattray, Well wood, R. S. A. (Glasgow) Summer Eve, Kintyre, Lent 

by R, Derby Anderson, Esq. 

409. Stott, William (of Oldham, London). Kissing-Ring. 



GALLERY 17-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 410 TO 500, INCLUSIVE. 

WEST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE NORTH SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE FROAl GALLERY 18. 

410. BoQghton, G. H., A. R. A. (London) Love in Winter. 

411. Dobson, W. C. T., R. A. R.W.S. (Pentworth) The Wandering Minstrel 
413. Rcid, John R. (London) The Mate of the "Mermaid's Wedding.'* 

NORTH WALL. 

413. Pash, Miss Florence ( London)! Over the Way. 

4x4. Joy, G. W. (London) Lady Daflfodil. 

415. Bardaj, Edgar (London). A Breeze in the New Forest. 

416. La Thangue, H. H. (Bosham, Chichester) A Gaslight Study. Lent by 

John Maddocks, Esq. 
4x7. Parsons, Alfred, R. I. (London) "The Voice of the Turtle is Heard in 

the Grove." 
4x8. Wortley, Archibald Stuart (London). Miss Maud Waller. 
4x9. Swynnerton, Mrs. A. L. (London) Portrait of Miss Jane Atkinson. 
490. Rooke, T. M. (London) Judith's Adventuring. 
42X. Wortley, Archibald Stuart (London). Miss Clare Davies. 
423. Leighton, Sir F., Bart., P. R. A. (London) Portrait of Captain Burt03» 
433. Watts, G. F., R. A. (London) Portraitof Walter Crane. 



326 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION— DEp't K — FINE ARTS. 

424. Stokes, Adrian (London). Roman Campagna, Sunset. 

425. Fahey, Edward H., R. L (London) Distant View of Florence, Looking 

up the Amo. 

426. Lucas, Mrs. Seymour (London). Henry VL "By the Grace of God 

Kynge of England, of France, and Lord of Ireland." 

427. Forbes, Mrs. Stanhope (London). The Witch. Lent by George Mc- 

Culloch, Esq. 

428. Logsdail, Wm. (London) Sunday in the City. 

429. Hacker, Arthur (London). Christ and the Magdalen. 

430. Stacey, Walter S. (London) Rough Courting. 

431. Ssnythe, Lionel P. (London) Harvest of the Sea, Boulogne. Lent by 

the late Sir George Findlay. 

432. King, Yeend, R. L (London) A Grey Day in July. 

433. Parton, Ernest (London). The Night Ferry. 

434. Montalba, Miss Clara, R. W. S. (Venice) A Thames Barge ofiE Chelsea. 

435. Wetherbee, G. (London) Glad Spring. 

• 436. Allan, Robt W., R. W. S. (London) Pilgrims Resting, India, 

EAST WALL. 

437. Farqnharson, J. (London) Looking West 

438. Pettie, John, R. A. (the late) Monmouth Pleading for his Life before 

James H. Lent by Messrs. Thomas Agnew & Sons. 

439. Boughton, G. H., A. R. A. (London) Dancing Down the Hay. Lent by 

Sir Edward H. Carbutt, Bart. 

440. Fulleylove, John, R. L (London) A Royal Palace. Lent by the Corpo- 

ration of Leicester. 

441. Clausen, George, R. L (Newport, Essex) Ploughboy. Lent by Alex. 

Young, Esq. 

442. Farquharson, J. (London) The Temple of Karnac. 

443. Barber, C. Burton (London). "Lieder ohne Worte." Lent by William 

Yeats Baker, Esq. 

444. Peniguini, C. E. (London) Crossing the Torrent 

445. Moore, Henry, R. A. (London) Storm Brewing. 

446. Leighton, Sir Frederick, Bart., P. R. A. (London) Garden of the Hes- 

perides. Lent by G. McCuUoch, Esq. 

447. Madaren, Walter (London). Fruit Harvest Time in an Orange Garden, 

Capri, Italy. 

448. Penigini, Mrs. Kate (London). Tomboy. Lent by John Brick wood, 

Esq. 

449. Kilburne, G. Goodwin (London). Good Accommodation for Man and 

Beast. 

450. Gotch, T. C. (London) "My Crown and Sceptre." 

45X. Davis, H. W. B., R. A. (London) "Now Came Still Evening on." Lent 
by George McCulloch, Esq. 

452. Lucas, Seymour, A. R. A. (London) Louis XI. Lent by John Chect- 

ham, Esq. 

453. Allan, Robert W., R. W. S, (London) Lowlands of Holland. 

454. McLachlan, T. Hope (London). A Wind on the Hill. 

455. Swynnerton, Mrs. Annie L. (London) Mater Triumphales. 



GREAT BRITAIK — OIL PAINTINGS. 327 

SOUTH WALL. 

456. Leslie, G. D., R. A. (Wallingford) The Monks of Abingdon. 

457. Armstrong, T. (London) A Fountain. Lent by Mrs. Lees Evans. 

458. Kennington, T. B. (London) The Fair Harpist. (Portrait of Miss Clara 

Palmer.) 

459. Logsdail, Wm. (London) Flower Gathering, South of France. 

460. Wirgman, T. Blake (24 Qawson Place, London). A Portrait— Mrs. 

Wirgman. 
46Z. Lehmann, Rudolf (London). Undine. 

462. Cole, Vicatf R. A. (the late) Ripening Sunbeams. Lent by the Lord 

Brassey. 

463. Herkomer, Hubert, R. A. (Bushey) Entranced. "In some diviner mood 

of self oblivion solitude.** 

464. Watts, G. F., R. A. (London) Paolo and Francesca. 

465. Herkomer, Hubert, R. A. (Bushey) Miss Katharine Grant. 

466. Normand, Ernest (London). Death of Pharaoh's First-born. 

467. Wyllic, W. L., A. R. A. (Rochester) The German Emperor and Prince 

of Wales Inspecting the White Star Steamer "Teutonic" at Spithead, 
4th August, 1889. Lent by T. H. Ismay, Esq. 

468. Grace, James £. (Godalming) A Surrey Pond. 

469. Long, Edwin, R. A. (the late) A Welsh Girl. Lent by Messrs. Thomas 

Agnew & Sons. 

470. Clausen, George, R. I. (Newport) Ploughing. Lent by Messrs. Bous- 

sod, Valadon & Co. 
47X. Watts, G. F., R. A. (London) Robert Browning. 

472. Pemgini, C. E. (London) Clare. 

473. Partem, Ernest (London) When Daylight Dies. 

WEST WALL. 

474. Macwhirter, John, R. A. (London) "Fairy of the Glen." Lent by Henry 

Evans, Esq. 

475. Horsley, John Callcott, R. A. (London) Hide and Seek. 

In Kentish ohorohyards many 17th oentory tombe are still to be foand in varied con- 
ditions of pictoresqne decay, and amongst them the Tillage children spend maoh of 
their playtime. Bright young life seen literally hiding in liie tomb formed a striking 
contrast, which soggested a sabject for pictorial record. 

476. Macbeth, Robert W., A. R. A. (London) The Fen Farm. Lent by 

Messrs. Thomas Agnew & Sons. 

477. Logsdail, William (London) Ninth of November. 

478. Macwhirter, John, R. A. (London) "Hail, Gentle Spring." 

479. Millet, F. D. (Worcestershire) How the Gossip Grew. Lent by Robert 

Dunthome, Esq. 

480. Millais, Sir John Everett, Bart., R. A. (London) Sweet Emma Morland. 

481. Horsley, Walter C. (London) The Captive. 



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merchant yesaels, seized by the corsairs of the Mediterranean. They were purchased 
for yoathfal attendants in the harems, and eventaally trained as mamelakes or military 
■laves. These ezistjed in Egypt as a military aristocracy, and were a powerfol body 
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NORTH SIDE OF SCREEN. 

482. Charles, James (Chichester). In Memory of. Lent by John Maddocks, 

Esq. 

483. Alma-Tadema, Miss Anna (London). A Portrait. 

484. Wirgman, T. Blake (London). Portrait of Miss Applin. 

485. Poynter, E. J., R. A. (London) On the Terrace. Lent by Max Waech- 

ter, Esq. 

486. Swan, Mrs. (London) The Chorister. 

487. Charles, James (Chichester). Left in Charge. Lent by John Maddocks^ 

Esq. 

488. Watts, G. F., R. A. (London) The Genius of Greek Poetry. 

489. Poynter, E. J., R. A. (London) Under the Sea Wall. Lent by W. Cuth- 

bert Qui Iter, Esq., M. P. 

490. Kilburne, G. Goodwin (London). A Difficulty. 

491. Schmalz, Herbert (London). Topsy. 

492. Cohen, Miss Ellen G. (London) A Little Refugee from Russia. 

493* Alma-Tadema, Mrs. L. (London) Fireside Fancies. Lent by E. H. 
Van Ingen, Esq. 

SOUTH SIDE OF SCREEN. 

494. Clark, Joseph (London). The Sick Child. Lent by H. J. Turner, Esq. 

495. Radford, Edward, A. R. W. S. (London) Weary. Lent by H. R. H. 

The Duchess of Albany. 

496. Swan, Mrs. (London) The Duet. 

497. Wetherbee, G. (London) Fishermen's Wives. Lent by Tom MitcheU, 

Esq. 

498. Reid, Miss Flora M. (London) In the Market Place. 

499. Reid, Miss Flora M. (London) Hush! Lent by A. W. Barradale, Esq. 

500. Alma-Tadema, Mrs. L. (London) Always Welcome. Lent by Merton 

Russell Cotes, Esq., F. R. G. S. 



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Group 140-Water Colors. 

GALLERY 16-NUMBERS 501 TO 634, INCLUSIVE. 

SOUTH WALL. 

BEGINNING ON THE WEST SIDE OF ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 17. 

50X. Haag, Carl, R. W. S. (London) The Schdne Brunnen at the Market 
Place of Niirnberg. 

502. Dealy, Miss Jane M., R. I. (Blackheath) A Fresh Breeze and Away. 

503. Brewtnall, Edward F., R. W. S. (London) Christian and Evangelist. 

504. East, Alfred* R. I. (London) Early Night 

505. Fowler, Robert, R. I. (Liverpool) The 'Tempest. Lent by Joseph 

Duckworth, Esq. 

506. Gotch, T. C. (London) A Letter from America. 

507. Thomycroft, Miss Helen (London) Orchids. 

508. ETcrshed, Arthur, A. R. P. E. (London) The Quay, Bowdsey, Suffolk. 

WEST WALL. 

509. Henshall, J. Henry, R. W. S. (London) "Merry goes the Time When 

the Heart is Young." Lent by John Carbery Evans, Esq. 

510. WoUen, W. B. (London) Capture of French Guns by the Union Brigade, 

at Waterloo. 
5x0. Nash, Joseph, R. I. (Chiswick) A Winter Sunset, Ben Nevis. 

512. Waite, R. Thome, R. W. S. (London) Between the Showers. 

513. Langley, Walter, R. I. (Newlyn, Penzance) Disaster. Lent by J. C. 

Holder, Esq. 

5x4. Briefly, Sir Oswald, (R. W. S. (London) H. R. H. the Prince of Wales, 
Commodore of the Royal Yacht Squadron and the Royal Thames 
Yacht Club, Starting the Ocean Yacht Race, Round the United King- 
dom from Southend, June 14, 1887. Lent by H. R. H. The Prince of 
Wales. 

5x5. HoUoway, C. E. (London) The Old Town of Rye. Lent by Robt. Rid- 
dick, Esq. 

5x6. Rigby, Cuthbert, A. R. W. S. (iCendal) The Fells Above Coniston. 
Lent by C. T. Arnold, E sq. 

5x7. Stevens, A. (Chiswick) Durham. 

518. Elgood, George S., R. I. (Leicester) "Down Where the Garden Grows 
Gay as a Banner." Lent by W. Baldwin, Esq. 

5x9. Hunt, Alfred W., R. W. S. (London) Robin Hood's Bay, North York- 
shire Coast. Lent by W. S. Caine, Esq., M. P. 

520. Alma-Tadema, L., R. A. (London) Calling the Worshippers. 

521. Macallum, Hamilton, R. I. (London) A Capri Boy. Lent by E. Ho- 

man, Esq. 



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330 WORLD S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP T K — FINE ARTS. 

522. Weedon, A. W., R. I. (London) Evening Shadows, Richborough, Kent 

523. Piisbury, Wilmot, A. R. W. S. (Porlock) A Duckpool. 

524. Elgood, George S., R. I. (Leicester) Sunflowers. Lent by £. C. A. 

Leigh, Esq. 

525. Gilbert, Sir John, R. A., P. R. W. S. (Blackheath) Richard IL Resigning 

the Crown to Bolingbroke. Lent by W. Y. Baker, Esq. ^ 

526. Brierly, Sir Oswald, W., R. W, S. (London) H. R. H. the Prince of 

Wales* R. Y. S. Yacht "Aline," manoeuvring the Royal Yacht Squad- 
ron at Cowes, August, 1885. Lent by H. R. H. the Prince of Wales. 

527. Knight, Joseph, R. L (Llandudno) Twilight. Lent by Col. W. W. 

Mawson. 

528. Collier, Thomas, R. L (the late). Two Green Roads. Lent by James 

Orrock, Esq., R. L 

529. Gow, Andrew C, R. A. R. I. (London) Requisitionists. Lent by W. 

Cuthbert Quilter, Esq., M. P. 

530. Gregory, Chas., R. W. S. (Ripley) The Sorcerer. 

531. Hopkins, Arthur, A. R. W. S. (London) Saturday Evening on the Quay. 

532. Williams, Alexander, R. H. A. (Dublin) The Port of Dublin— Sunset. 

533. Dobson, W. C. T., R. A., R. W. S. (Pet worth) Summer Roses. Lent by 

L. Blumfeld, Esq. 

534. Linton, Sir James D., P. R. I. (London) Abandoned. Lent by J. T. 

Wigzell, Esq. 

535. Lloyd, Tom, R. W. S. (London) The Last Load. Lent by Charles 

Maw, Esq. 

536. Hayes, Edwin, R. H. A., R. L (London) Fishing Smack Leaving Port 

537. Nash, Joseph, R. L (Chiswick) After the Gale. 

538. Yeames, William, F., R. A. (London) The Law's Delay, Barnard's 

Court. 

539. Thornycroft, Miss Helen (London). Shirley Poppies. 

NORTH WALL. 

540. Topham, Frank W.W., R. I. (London) Recruiting for Savonarola: "Ye 

Cannot Serve God and Mammon." 

541. Walton, E. A., A. R. S. A. (Glasgow) Phillis. 

542. Hagg, Carl, R. W. S. (London) A Druidical Novice. 

543. Goodall, Edward A., R. W. S. (London) Interior of the Mosque of Sul- 

tan Hassan, Cairo. 

544. Henshall, J. Henry, R. W. S. (London) In Wonderland. Lent by the 

Corporation of Birmingham. 

545. Richardson, J. J., R. I. (London) Carting Faggots, Sussex. 

546. Callow, William, R. W. S., F. R. G. S. (Great Missenden) On the Lake 

of Como, Looking Towards Menaggio. 

547. Ellis, Tristram (London). The Acropolis, Athens, From the Hill of the 

Nymphs. 

548. Nash, Joseph, R. L (Chiswick) The Haunted Chamber. 

549. Orrock, Jimes, R. L (Loudon) Cardross Moss, Perthshire. Lent by 

Alderman Boothroyd. 



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GREAT BRITAIN — WATER COLORS. 33 1 

550. Hunt, Alfred W., R. W. S. (London) A November Rainbow. Lent hy 

W. S. Caine, Esq., M. P. 

551. Fowler, Robert, R. I. (Liverpool) The Witch of Atlas. 

552. McGinness, Bingham, R. H. A. (Dublin) Hangman's Bridge, Nurem- 

berg. 

553. Becker, H. (Colchester) The Mower. 

554. Gregory, Charles, R. W. S. (Ripley) Luther's Abstraction. 

"When writing bis 'Commentarjr on the 22d PBalm^* Lather abut bimflelf up for tbiee 
days, with notbing hot bread and salt; nntil, at last, bis wife bad to send for a look- 
amitb to break open the door, wben tbey found bim absorbed in meditation." 

555. Bayliss, Wyke, P. R. B. A. (London) Interior of Westminster Abbey. 

EAST WALL. 

556. Smallfield, F., R. W. S. (London) Prato, Tuscany, the Ringhiera of 

Donatella Outside the Duomo. 

557. Thomjcroft, Miss Helen (London). Azalea, with Bronze Figure of 

"The Mower." 

558. Murray, David, A. R. A., A. R. W. S. (London) Hayfield. Lent by Col. 

W. W. Pilkington. 
559« Nisbet, R. B. (Edinburgh) A Borderland Sunset. 

560. Hague, Anderson, R. L (Llandudno) Winter. Lent by Robert F. Rid- 

dick, Esq. 

561. Allan, Robert W., R. W. S. (London) Loch Ranza, Arran. 

562. Dadd, Frank, R. L (Blackheath) The Captain of the Troop. 

563. Weatherhead, William, H. R. L (London) Chelsea Pensioners. Lent 

by J. Carbery Evans, Esq. 

564. Thomas, William L. (London) Once Upon a Time. 

565. Montalba, Miss Clara, R. W. S. (Venice) After a Storm, Venice. 

566. Poyntcr, E. J., R. A., R. W. S. (London) In a Garden. 

567. Green, C, R. I. (London) Nell and Her Grandfather. Lent by William 

Lockwood, Esq. 

568. Nash, Joseph, R. I. (Chiswick) A Winter Morning. 

569. Haag, Carl, R. W. S. (London) One of Our Ancestors. 

570. Langley, Walter, R. I. (Penzance) Departure of the Fleet. Lent by 

David Hedges. Esq. 

571. Moore, Henry, R. A. (London) Scheveningen: Waiting for the Shrimp 

Boats. 

572. Waitc, R. Thome, R. W. S. (London) The Blue Waggon. Lent by 

James Orrick, Esq., R. I. 

573. Wetherbee, G. (London) A Fisher Maiden. Lent by H. W. Hill, Esq. 

574. Hodson, Samuel J., R. W. S. (London) Cordo, Verona. 

575. Foster, Birket, R. W. S. ( Witley) Ben Nevis. Lent by John H. Foster, 

Esq. 

576. Bnckman, Edwin, A. R. W. S. (London) Preparing Oranges for the 

Packers, Andalusia. 

577. Aumonier, J., R. I. (London) Old Shoreham, Sussex. 

578. Hine, Henry George, V. P. R. I. (London) Durelstone Head, Dorset- 

shire* Lent by Joseph King, Jr., Esq. 



332 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP'T K — FINE ARTS. 

579. Green, C, R. L (London) The Pickwick Club. Lent by William Lock- 

wOod, Esq. This drawing forms part of a series of 14 subjects from 
Charles Dickens, painted for Mr. Lock wood. 

580. Martineauy Miss Edith, A. R. W. S. (London) In Sweet Music. 
58X. Rooke, T. M. (London) North Transept, Troyes Cathedral. 

582. Pilleau, H., R. L (London) Entrance to th« Ducal Palace, Venice. 

SOUTH WALL. 

583. Parker, John, R. W. S. (London) The Village Rendezvous. 

584. Wyllie, W. L., A. R. A. (London) Orient Liner "Bearing" off the Eddy- 

stone. Lent by Messrs. Anderson & Co. 

585. 'Severn, Arthur, R. L (London) Waves Breaking, near Kilkee, West 

Coast of Ireland. 

586. Robertson, Arthur (London). Minerva. 

587. Hodson, Samuel J., R. W. S. (London) Comer of the Ducale, Venice. 

588. Moore, Henry, R. A. (London) Bright Morning after a Breeze. 

589. Lloyd, Tom, R. W. S. (London) Ferry Boat, AhoyI Lent by F. H. 

Woodroffe, Esq. 

590. Smythe, Lionel P. (London) The Field of the Cloth of Gold. Lent by 

the late Sir George Findlay. 
S9X. Bricrly, Sir Oswald, R. W. S. (London) H.M.S. "Black Prince" (Capt. 
H. R. H., the Duke of Edinburgh.) Lent by H. R. H. the Duke of 
Edinburgh. 

592. Hopkms, Arthur, A. R. W. S. (London) Outward Bound. 

593. Haag, Carl, R. W. S. (London) A Bridal Procession at Damascus. 

SCREEN IN GALLERY No. 16— EAST SIDE. 

594. Martineau, Miss Edith, A. R. W. S. (London) Her Favorite DolL 

595. Norman, Phillip (London). The Courtyard of the George Inn, South- 

wark. 

596. Richardson, John I., R. I. (London) Snowstorm in Glencoe. Lent by J. 

Carbery Evans, Esq. 

597. Allan, Robt W., R. W. S. (London) Gwalior, India. 

598. Dobson, W. C. T.. R. A., R. W. S. (Petworth) Ada with the Golden 

Hair. Lent by W. Howard, Esq. 

599. Du Maurier, George (London). Time's Revenge. 

600. Macquoid, Thomas R., R. I. (London) At Kampen, Holland. 

601. Earle, Charies (the late). Arance Dolce Amald. 

602. Hunt, Alfred W., R. W. S. (London) Twixt Sea and Land, North 

Wales. Lent by W. S. Caine, Esq., M. P. 

603. Montalba, Miss Clara, R. W. S. (Venice) A Venetian Ferry. 

604. Stillman, Mrs. (Rome) Fra Currado d'Offidi. 

605. Lamont, T. R., R. I. (London) The End of the Prologue. 

606. Walker, W. Eyre, A. R. W. S. (London) Moonrise on the Lowther. 

607. Martineau, Miss Edith, A. R. W. S. (London) Shelling Peas. 

608. Hodson, Samuel J., R. W. S. (London) Piazza dei Signori, Verona. 

609. Radford, Edward, A. R, W. S. (London) Eros. Lent by William Crox- 

ford, Esq. 



GREAf fiftttAlM— WAtftR C6L6RS. 333 

6x0. Waltoo, Frank, R. I. (Dorking) Torrisdale, Kintyre. 
6x1. Stock, Henry J., R. I. (London) A Youth in the Flames of First Love. 
Lent by D, Dyce Brown, Esq., M. D. 

612, Smallfield, Frederick, R. W. S. (London) The Velvet Hat 

613. Bulleid, G. Lawrence, A. R. W. S. (Glastonbury) A? the Temple Gate. 

WEST SIDE OF SCREEN. 

6x4. Smith, Carlton A., R. L (London) A Corner of the Studio. 

615. Rainey, W. (Chichester) The City Wall. 

6x6. Grace, A. F. (Steyning) Old Farm House, Sussex. 

6x7. AlUngham, Mrs., R. W. S. (London) The Sick Duckling. 

6x8. Fripp, Chas. E., A. R. W. S. (London) Shrine at Seta, Japan— After 

Rain. 
6x9. Fulleylove, John, R. L (London) Magdalen Tower and Bridge, Oxford 

Lent by Gaspard Farrer, Esq. 
6aD. Smythe, ' Lionel P. (London) Boulogne Shrimpers. Lent by the late 

Sir George Findlay. 

621. Pilsbury, Wilmot (Taunton). An Old Village Cross. 

622. Radford, Edward, A. R. W. S. (London) A Hero. Lent by William 

Croxford, Esq. 

623. Hunt, Alfred W., R. W. S. (London) Summer Sunshine, Capel Curig. 

Lent by W, S. Caine, Esq., M. P. 

624. Rivers, Leopold (London). Harvest Home. 

625. Crane, Walter (London). Legend of the Goose and Golden Ejggs— 

Misfortune. 
625a. Crane, Walter (London). Legend of the Goose and Golden Eggs— Fortune. 

626. Crane, Walter (London) Refectory, Rievaulx Abbey. 

627. Crane, Walter (London). Church of Rievaulx Abbey. 

628. Marrable, Mrs. (London) Piazza Communale Nebbiolo, Lago di Como. 

629. Alma-Tadema, Miss Anna (London). The Drawing Room, Townshend 

House. 

630. Marrable, Mrs. (London) Val de Fex, Engadine, Switzerland. 

631. Gregory, Chas., R. W. S. (Ripley) In Winchester. 

632. Rigby, Cuthbert, A. R. W. S. (Kendal) An October Flood. Lent by 

Theo. R. Fothergill, Esq. 

633. Norman, Philip (London). Interior of Barnard's Inn, Holbom (now 

dismantled). 

634. Cow, Miss Mary L. (London) The Story of the Willow Pattern. 

EAST COURT. 

ALCOVE 89— NUMBERS 635 TO 666, INCLUSIVE. 

635. Grace, A. F. (Steyning) Maytime on Downs, Isle of Wight Ports- 

mouth in Distance. 

636. Hargitt, Edward, R. I. (London) Eridge Park, Kent. 

637. Hatherell, W., R. I. (London) Quarter Deck of a P. and O. Steamer. 

638. Severn, Arthur, R. I. (Heme Hill) Florence, from San Miniato. 

639. Whaite, H, Clarence, R. W. S. (London) Legendary Castle of Arran, 



334 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION— DEP*T K— FINE ARTS. 

640. Hargitt, Edward, R. L (London) The UnderclifiE, Isle of Wight 

641. Earle, Charles, the late (London). Evening in the Forum at Rome. 

642. Phillip, Colin B., A. R. W. S. (London) Evening in the Glen, 

643. Hine, Harry (St. Albans). Lincoln. 

644. Gilbert, Sir John, R. A., P. R. W. S.(Blackheath) Conspiracy. Lent by 

Edward Priestman, Esq. 

645. Hare, St. George (London). Captives. (Pastel.) 

tifi. Hall, Oliver, R. P. E. (London) The Duddon Valley from Above 
Leathwaite. 

647. Pilsbury, Wilmot (Porlock). A Farmstead. 

648. Stott, William, of Oldham (London). Portrait of a Child. (Pastel) 

649. Orrock, James, R. L (London) Rough Sea off the Isle of Arran. Lent 

by John Crossfield, Esq. 

650. Wright, Miss E. (London) Pierette Eneroyable. (Pastel.) 
^51. Hall, Oliver, R. P. E. (London) A Windy Day. 

6$!, Macallum, Hamilton, R. I. (London) Caught by the Tiae. Lent by E. 

Homan, Esq. 
653. Macquoid, Percy, R. I. (London) Excommunicated. 
5S^ Stott, William, (Oldham). The Jungf rau. (Pastel). 
555. Gow, Miss Mary L. (London) Beggar My Neighbour. Lent by Messrs. 

J. & W. Vokins. 
(^. Youngman, Miss A. M., R. I. (Greenwich) Pelargoniums. 

657. Caldecott, Randolph (deceased). Hunting Scene. (OiL) Lent by Messrs 

Agnew & Sons. 

658. Squire, Miss Alice, R. I. (London) A Quiet Stream. 

659. Pilleau, H., R. I. (London) Amalfi, South Italy. 

660. Marrable, Mrs. (London) Old Cedar Trees, Boyle Farm, Thames 

Ditton, Surrey. 
66z. McGuinness, Bingham, R. H. A. (Dublin) Kilchurn Castle, Loch Awe. 
668. Wollen, W. B. (London) "It May be for Years, It May be forever." 

663. Walker, W. Eyre, A. R. W. S. (London) "The Brief Silence of An Hour 

Reigns 4>*er the Fields." 

664. Weedon, A. W. R. I. (London) Near Sandwich, Kent. 

665. Righy, Cuthbert, A. R. W. S. (Kendal) Summer Days. 

666. Stott, William (Oldham). TheEiger. (Pastel). 



•>5 



GREAT BRITAIN — WATER COLORS. ^3^ 



SCREEN IN GALLERY 18,— WATER 

COLORS. 

NUMBERS 667 TO 705, INCLUSIVE. 

NORTH SIDE OF SCREEN. 

667. Stocky Henry J., R. I. (London) Immortality's Sunrise. Lent by D. 

Dyce Brown, Esq., M.D. 

668. Holidaj, Henry (London). Street of Tombs, Pompeii. (Oil.) 

669. Holiday, Henry (London). Sunset and Moonlight on the Atlantic 

670. Rainey, W. (Chichester) The Old Bronn. 

671. Norman, Philip (London). Courtyard of the White Hart Inn (now 

destroyed). 

672. FulleyloTe, John, R. I. (London) Hampton Court Palace. Lent by John 

Carbery Evans, Esq. 

673. East, Alfred, R. I. (London) Northampton. 

674. Fripp, Charles E., A. R. W. S. (London) Afternoon in a Japanese 

Village. 

675. Steer, H. R., R. I. (Hinckley) "Long was the Good Mau*s Sermon." 

Longfellow. Lent by Mrs. Crompton. 

676. Brewtnail, Edward F., R! W. S. (London) The Dragon's Cave. 

677. Green, Towi^ley, R. I. (London) A Way They Have in the Army. 

678. Smith, Carlton A. R. I. ^(London) "Oh, woman, in our hours of ease. 

Uncertain, coy, and hard to please." 

679. Radford, Edward, A. R. W. S. (London) Nausicaa. Lent by S. K. 

Muspratt, Esq. 

680. Macquoid, Thomas R., R. I. (London) In Mercia, Spain. 

681. Walton, Frank, R. I. (Dorking) Arran, from Carradle. 

682. Dillon, Frank, R. I. (London) The Temple of Gertasse^, Nubia. 

683. Fripp, Charles E., A. R. W. S. (London) Steps of Kurodani Temple on 

a F6te Day, Japan. 

684. Hatherell, W. R. I. (London) Monaco and Monte Carlo, from Roque- 

brune. 

685. Dealy, Miss J., R I. (Blackheath) "One foot up and one foot down, 

That's the way to London town." 

686. Parsons. Alfred, R. I. (London) Bodenham Church. 

SOUTH SIDE OF SCREEN, 

687. Squire, Miss Alice, R. I. (London) Springtime. 

688. Squire, Miss Alice, R. I. (London) Aa Autumn Afternoon. 

689. Ttiomycroft, Miss Helen, (London) Orchids. 

690* Marquoid, Thos. R., L (London) Water Carriers, Spain. 



n 



336 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP't K — FINE ARIS. 

^'*- ^,vershed, Arthur, A. R. P. E. (London) An Essex Bam. 

i— or, 11 K., R. I. (Hinckley) Oliver Goldsmith's Social Gatherings, 
c. '-hour Court, 1759. Lent by F. Newcombe, Esq. 
ita ., Miss Clara, R. W. S. (Venice) St. Mark*s, Venice. 
. ^. ag^ ;n, Miss A. M., R. I. (London) Rhododendrons. 

'^^S- • ^oii ^1 William L. (London) Frame of drawings of Highland 
rer.Lry. 
.outts, H. (Windermere) A Sheep-Farm in the Duddon. 
Goodall, Edward, A. R. W. S. (London) Bab Zooaleh, one of the Gates 
of Cairo. 
;98. Whitley, Miss Kate Mary, R. I. (South Wigston) Ammonite and Min- 
erals. 

699. Parsons, Alfred, R. I. (London) Somersetshire Hills. 

700. Hine, Harry (St. Albans) Durham: The Castle, Town, and Cathedral. 
Tor. Bulleid, G. Lawrence, A. R. W. S. (Glastonbury) In Doubt. 

702. Duffield, Mrs. William, R. I. (London) Japanese Roses. 

703. Phillip, Colin B., A. R. W. S. (London) A Summer Day. Loch Etivc, 

N.B. 

704. Johnson, Cyrus (London) The Sun Inn, Dedham. 

705. Bulleid, G. Laurence, A. R. W. S. (Glastonbury) A Custodian. 



GREAT RBITAIN — ENGRAVINGS AND ETCHINGS; PRINTS. 337 



Group 143-Engravings, Etch- 

fNGS AND Prints. 

NUMBERS 706 TO 837, INCLUSIVE. 
EAST COURT— UPPER GALLERY, SOUTH SIDE. 

ALCOVE 120. 

706. Eyershed, Arthur, A. R. P: E. (London) Nine Outdoor Etchings, drawn 

directly on copper from nature. 

707. Cameron, D. Y., A. R. P. E. (Glasgow) Frame of Etchings. 

708. Hall, Oliver, R. P. E. (London) A Windy Day. tEtching.) 

709. Watson, Chas. J., R. P. E. (London) Campden, Gloucestershire. Etching.) 
71a. Watson, Chas. J., R. P. E. (London) St. Jacques, Lisieux. (Etching.) 
7ZX. Spread, William, R. P. E. (London) A Street in Bruges. (Etching.) 
7za. Heseltine, J. P., R. P. E. (London) Six Etchings from Nature. (Etching.) 
7x3. Haig, Axel H., R. P. E. (Haslemere) The Portals of Rheims. (Etching.) 
7X4« Wehrschmidt, Daniel A. (Bushey) Earl of Yarborough. (After F. 

HoU, R.A.) (Etching.) 
7x5. Robertson, Percy, A. R. P. E. (Godalming) Winchester. (Etching.) 
7x6. Slocombe, Edward, R. P. E. (Watford) The Grand Place, Antwerp. 

(Etching.) 
7x7. Watson, Chas. J., R. P. £. (London) St Etienne du Mont, Paris. 

(Etching.) 
7x8. May, W. Holmes, R. P. E. (London) Sunrise on the Welsh Coast. 

(Etching.) 
7x9. Piper, Miss Elizabeth, R.P.E. (London) The Cloisters, Bristol Cathedral. 

(Etching.) 
7ao. Lowenstame, Leopold (London) A Favorite Author. (Etching.) 
7ax. Macbeth-Raebum, H. (London) Portrait. (Etching after Vandyke.) 
722* Robinson, Gerald, A. R. P. £. (Leatherhead) Queen Henrietta Maria. 

(Etching.) 
723. Evershed, Arthur, A. R. P. E. (London) The Tower of London. (Etching.) 

734. Robinson, Gerald, A. R. P. E. (Leatherhead) The Burgomaster. (Etching.) 

735. Macbeth, Robt W., A. R. A. (London) Autumn. (Etching after Fred 

Walker.) Lent by Messrs. Thomas Agnew & Sons. 
726. Martyn, Miss Ethel King, A. R. P. E. (London) Illustrations to Milton's 

"Lycidas." (Etching.) 
727* Paton, Hugh, A. R. P. E. (Manchester) A Cheshire Lane. (Etching.) 

728. Spread, William, R. P. £. (London) En Normandie. (Etching.) 

729. Macbeth, Robt., W. A. R. A. (London) Harbour of Refuge. (Etching 

after Fred Walker). Lent by Messrs. Thomas Agnew & Sons. 



338 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP't K — FINE ARTS. 

730. Macbeth, Robt. W., A.R.A. (Lond^) Fen Farm (original etching). 

Lent by Messrs. Thomas Agnew & Sons. 
73Z. Finnie, John, A.R.P.E. (Liverpool) By Pastures Green and Quiet Waters. 

(Etching.) 

732. EUis, Tristram, A. R. P. E. (London) St. Michael's Mount, Cornwall. 

(Etching; artist's proof.) 

733. Robinson, Gerald, A. R. P. E. (Leatherhead) Earl Spencer, K. G. (Etch- 

ing) 

734. Macbeth, Robt. W., A. R. A. (London) Spring. (Etching after Fred 

Walker.) Lent by Messrs. Thomas Agnew & Sons. 

735. May, W. Holmes, R. P. E. (London) The Garden Front, Haddon Hall. 

(Etching.) 

736. Paton, Hugh, A. R. P. E. (Manchester) Highland Pasturage. (Etching.) 

737. Urwick, W. H., R. P. E. (London) Sonning*on-Thames. (Etching.) 

738. Lowenstam, Leopold (London). In a Rose Garden. (Etching.) 

739. Clouston, Robert S. (Watford) The Viscoimtess Crosbie. (Mezzotint 

after Sir Joshua Reynolds.) 

740. Phillips, Laurence B., R. P. E. (London) A Brittany Castle. (Etching.) 
742. Wehrschmidt, Daniel A. (Bushey) Sir Edward Watkin, M. P. (Etch- 
ing after H. Herkomer, R. A.) 

742. Slocombe, Fred, R. P. E. (Hendon) Going Home. (Etching.) 

743. Slocombe, Edward, R. P. E. (Watford) The Matterhorn. (Etching.) 

744. Watson, Charles J., R. P. E. (London) Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, 1889. 

(Etching.) 

745. Lewis, C. W. Mansel, R. P. E. (Llanelly) A Welsh Hat (Etching.) 

746. Slocombe, Fred, R. P. E. (Hendon) The Avon at Salisbury. (Etching.) 

747. Menpes, Mortimer, R. P. E. (London) Dorothy. (Original drypoint.) 

748. Wehrschmidt, Daniel A. (Bushey) Marquis of DufiFerin and Ava. (Etch- 

ing after Frank Holl, R. A.) 

749. Sternberg, Frank, R. P. E. (Bushey) Canon Ellison. (Etching after 

Professor Herkomer, R. A.) 

750. EUis, Tristram, A. R. P. E. (London) A Corner of the Parthenon, Athens, 

The Yein Djami, Constantinople. (Etchings — artist's proof.) 

751. Evershed, Arthur, A. R. P. E. (London) Nine Subjects, drawn directly on 

copper from Nature. (Etching.) 

752. Menpes, Mortimer, R. P. E. (Fulham) A Captive Persian. (Original 

drypoint) 

753. Short, Frank, R. P. E. (London) Diana and Endymion. (Mezzotint 

after G. F. Watts, R. A.) 

754. Law, David, R. P. E. (London) Water Meadows. Lent by The Fine 

Art Society. (Etching.) 

755. Macbeth-Raeburn H. (London) Wind on the Wold. (Etching after 

Mason.) 

756. Lowenstam, Leopold (London). Harvest Festival. (Etching.) 

757. Robertson, Arthur, A. R. P. E. (London) "I won't Sit" (Etching 

after J. G. Cotman.) 



GREAT BRITAIN— ENGRAVINGS AND ETCHINGS; PRINTS. 339 

758. Dalg^leish, T. Irving, R. P. £. (London) Caele Mayor, Fuentenabia. 

(Etching.) 
759- Sternberg, Frank, R. P. £| (Bushey) A Bacchante. (Etching after 

G. F. Watts, R. A.) 
760. Wehrschmidt, Daniel A. (Bushey) The Love Letler. (Etching after 

Luke Fildes, R. A.) 
76z» Short, Frank, R. P. £. (London) Per Horse Power per Hour. (Original 

mezzotint) 
763. Short, Frank, R. P. E. (London) Swiss Pass. (Mezzoti it after J. M. 

W. Turner, R. A.) 

763. Law, David, R. P. E. (London) Birthplace of Bums. Lent by 

Robert Dunthome, Esq. (Etching.) 

ALCOVE 12L 

764. Short, Frank, R. P. £. (London) Rye Pier (Original aquatint). 

765. Allbon, Chas. F., A. R. P. E. (London) Lago di Como. (Etching.) 

766. Law, David, R. P. E. (London) Arundel Castle. Lent, by Messrs. 

Dowdeswell. (Etching.) 
767 Lewis, C. W. Mansel, R. P. E. (Llanelly) Counting the Flock. (Mezzotint.) 

768. Macbeth, Robt. W., A. R. A. (London) Plough. (Etching after Fred 

Walker). Lent by Messrs. Thomas Agnew & Sons. 

769. Menpes, Mortimer, R. P. E. (London) Drypoint. 

770. Allbon, Chas. F , A. R. P. E. (London) Venice. (Etching.) 

772. Thomas, Percy, R. P. E. (London) The Old Tabard Inn, SouthwariL. 

(Etching.) 

773. Appleton, T. G. (Shalford) The Beautiful Catherine Clements. (Mez- 

zotint after Sir Joshua Reynolds. 

773. Allbon, Charles F., A. R. P. E. (London) On the Sands, Scheveningen. 

(Etching.) 

774. Thomas, Percy, R. P. E. (London) The White Hart Inn, Southwark. 

(Etching.) 

775. Piper, Miss Elizabeth, R. P. E. (London) Old Chelsea Church. (Etching.) 

776. Allbon, Chas. F., A. R. P. E. (London) Antwerp. (Etching.) 

777. Robertson, Henry Robert, R. P. E. (London) Ulysses Deriding Poly- 

phemus. (Etching.) 

778. Dicksee, Herbert, R. P. E. (London) Memories. (Etching.) 

779. Phillips, Lawrence B., R. P. E. (London) The Piazzetta, Venice, After 

Rain. (Etching.) 

780. Pratt, Joseph B. (London) Daniel's Answer to the King. (Engraving 

after Briton Riviere, R. A.) 

781. Hole, William, R. S. A. (Edinburg) The Jumping Horse. (Etching 

after John Constable.) 

782. Piper, Miss Elizabeth, R. P. E. (London) The Spinning Wheel. (An 

Interior with a Woman Spinning). (Etching.) 

783. Murray, Chas. O., R. P. E. (London) The Virgin Porch, Oxford. (Etching.) 

784. Ball, Wilfred, R. P. E. (London) Evening Light (Etching.) 

785. Macbeth, Robert W., A. R. A. (London) Alozo Cano. (Etching after 

Velasquez.) 



340 world's COLUMfilAlrf £XP0$tT10N— CEP't k— FINfi ARTS. 

786. Hole, William, R. S. A. (Edinburgh) Don Caspar de Guzman/Count of 

Olivezez. (Etching after Velasquez). 

787. Dicksee, Herbert, R. P. E. (London) A Tigress. (Etching.) 

788. Ellis, Tristram, A. R. P. E. (London) The Golden Horn. (Etching 

artist's proof). 
788a. Ellis, Tristram, A. R. P. E. (London) The Midnight Sun, North Cape. 
(Etching; artist's proof.) 

789. Burgess, Walter W., R. P.- E. (London) From Waterloo Bridge. 

(Etching.) 

790. Ellis, Tristram, A. P. P. E. (London) The "Victory," Portsmouth. 

(Etching; artist's proof.) 

791. Robertson, H. R., R. P. E. (London) An Upland Farm. (Etching.) 

792. Macbeth, Robert W., A. R. A. (London) The Garden of Love. (Etch* 

ing after Titian). 

793. Macbeth, Robt. W., A. R. A. (London) Bacchus and Ariadne. (Etch- 

ing after Titian.) 

794. Dicksee, Herbert, R. P. E. (London) His Majesty. (Etching.) 

795. Urwick, W. H., R. P. E. (London) Clovelly. (Etching.) 

796. Baskett, Charles E. (Colchester) Stratford, St. Mary Bridge. (Etching.) 

797. Menpes, Mortimer, R. P. E. (London) Banquet of the Officers of the 

Archers of St. Adrian. (Etching after F. Hals). 

798. Chattock, R. S., F. R. P. E. (London) Poplars. (Etching.) 

799. Chattock, R. S., F. R. P. E. (London) The Holt (Etching.) 

800. Macbeth, Robt. W., A. R. A. (London) The Spinners. (Etching 

after Velasquez.) 
80Z. Pratt. Joseph B. (London) After a Storm in the Highlands. (Etching 
after Rosa Bonheur.) 

802. Bigland, Percy (London). The Rt. Hon. W. E. Gladstone. (Mezzotint.) 

803. Haden, Francis Seymour P. R. P. E. (Alresford) Undercliff, Dorset 

Coast. (Charcoal.) 

804. Hadenf Francis Seymour, P. R. P. E. (Alresford) Study of Oaks, Ches- 

terfield, Derbyshire. (Charcoal.) 

805. Haden, Francis Seymour, P. R. P. E. (Alresford) An Inn Kitchen in 

Corfe, Dorset. (Charcoal.) 

806. Haden, Francis Seymour, P. R. P. E. (Alresford) Corfe Common, 

Dorset. (Charcoal.) 

807. Haden, Francis Seymour, P. R. P. E. (Alresford) A Village Street in 

Corfe, Dorset. (Charcoal.) 

808. Haden, Francis Seymour, P. R. P. E. (Alresford) Durleston Head, 

Dorset Coast (Charcoal.) 

809. Haden, Francis Seymour, P. R. P. E. (Alresford) Evening, near Swa- 

nage, Dorset (Charcoal.) 

8x0. Haden, Francis Seymour, P. R. P. E. (Alresford) Morning, near Swa- 
nage, Dorset (Charcoal.) 

8xz. Finnie, John A. R. P. E. (Liverpool) Margin of Rydal. (Etching.) 

8x3. Stacpoole, F., A. R. A. (London) The Night Watch. (Engraving 
after Briton Riviere, R. A.) 



\ 



GREAT BRITAIN — ENGRAVINGS AND ETCHINGS; PRINTS. 34 1 

8x3. Hnson, Thomas, R. I., R. P. £. (Waterloo, Liverpool) Heralds of a 

Storm. (Mezzotint.) 
8x4. Chattock, R. S., A. R. P. £. (London) Blast Furnaces. (Etching.) 
8x5. Robertson, Percy, A. R. P. E. (Godalming) A Wet Day, Witley. (Etching.) 
8x6. Chattock, R. S., A. R. P. E. (London) The Moonhen. (Etching.) 
8x7. Appleton, T. G. (Shalford) The Sisters. (Mezzotint.) 
8x8. Hole, William' R. S. A. (Edinburgh) The Wood Sawyers. (Etching.) 
8x9. Burgress, Walter W., R. P. E. (London) Norwich. (Etching.) 
820. Murray, Charles O., R. P. E. (London) Haymakers. (Etching.) 
82X. Stacpoole, F., A. R. A. (London) "They Say the Lion and the Lizard 
Keep the Courts where Jamshyd Gloried and Drank Deep." (En- 
graving after Briton Riviere, R. A.) 

822. Ball, Wilfrid. R. P. E. (London). Venice. (Etching.) 

823. Robertson, Henry Robert, R. P. E. (London) "The Ploughman Home- 

ward Plods his Weary Way." (Etching.) 

824. Baskctt, Chas. E. (Colchester) An Old Stockyard, Winter. (Etching.) 

825. Hall, Oliver, R. P. £. (London) A Windy Day on Angerton Moss. 

(Etching.) 

SCREENS IN ALCOVE 121. 

826. Sternberg, Frank, R. P. E. (Bushey) Pauline. (Mezzotint after G. P. 

Jacomb-Hood.) 

827. Dalgleish, T. Irving, R. P. E. (London) Anita. (Etching.) 

828* Short, Frank, R. P. E. (London) Low Tide and the Evening Star (orig- 
mal etching). 

829. Hall, Oliver, R. P. E. (London) A Study of Trees. (Etching.) 

830. Watson, Chas. J., R. P. E. (London) Rue St. Martin, Bayeux. (Etching.) 
83X. Appleton, T. G. (Shalford) Rembrandt, en Officer. (Lithograph.) 

832. Spread, William, R. P. E. (London) Fauberts Place, Regent St., Lon- 

don. (Etching.) 

833. Murray, Chas. O., R. P. E. (London) The Patriarch. (Engraving.) 

834. Spread, William, R. P. E. (London) An Old Shop, Vitre, France. 

(Etching.) 

835. Sherborn, Chas. W., R. P. E. (London) Oliver Cromwell. (Etching.) 

836. Lewis, C. W. Mansel, R. P. E. (Llanelly) A Vagrant. (Etching.) 

837. Baskett, Charles E. (Colchester) Donyland Wood, Winter. (Etching.) 
83B. Burgess, Walter W., R. P. E. (London) Bits of Old Chelsea, (Etching.) 

839. Burgess, Walter W., R. P. E. (London) Bits of Old Chelsea. (Etching.) 

840. Slocombe, Fred, R. P. E. (London) A Hunting Mom. (Etching.) 
84X. Sherborn, Chas. W., R. P. E. (London) Shakespeare. (Etching.) 

842. Dalgleish, T. Irving, R. P. E. (London) Sunset (Etching.) 

843. Burgess, Walter W., R. P. E. (London) Canterbury Cathedral. 

(Etching.) 

844. Urwick, W. H., R. P. E. (London) CuUoden Field. (Etching.) 

845. Baskett, Charles E. (Colchester) A Mend by the Way. (Etching.) 

846. Pratt, Joseph B. (London) Stolen Kisses. (Engraving after Briton 

Riviere, R. A.) 

847. Urwick, W H., R. P. E, (London) Yorkshire Cottages. (Etching.) 



342 WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP'T K — FINE ARTS. 

848. Urwick, W. H.. R. P. E. (London) The Woods in Winter. (Etching.) 

849. Sternberg, Frank, R. P. E. (Bushey) Napoleon. (Mezzotint after 

Greuze.) 

850. Haig, Axel H., R .P. E. (tiuslemere) The Aisle of Chartres. (Etching.) 

851. Short, Frank, R. P. E. (London). A Sussex Down. (Engraving 

after John Constable, R. A.) 

852. Charlton, Edward W., A. R. P. E. (Ringwood) Manning the Pilchard 

Boats, ComwalL (Etching.) 

853. Macbeth, Robt. W., A. R, A. (London) The Lost Shoe, Lynn Ferry. 

(Original etching.) 

854. Charlton, Edward W., A. R. P. E. (Ringwood) Repairing the Coast 

Road. (Etching.) 

855. Chattock, R. S., A. R. P. £. (London) On Hampstead Heath. (Etching.) 

856. Murray, Charles O., R. P E. (London) The Great Frost of 1891 on the 

Thames. (Etching.) 

ALCOVE 122. 

857. Hole, William, R. S. A., R. P. E. (Edinburgh) Mill on the Yare 

(Etching after J. Crome,) 

858. Dicksee, Herbert. A Wanderer 

859. Pratt, Joseph B. [(London) Trim (Engraving after Sir E. Landseer). 

860. Clouston, Robert S. (Watford) The Jew Merchant (Engraving after 

Rembrandt). 
86z. Sherborn, Chas. Wm., R. P E (London) Frame of Book Plates. 

(Etching.) 
863. Dale, Mrs. G. (London) Sweet Violets. (Mezzotint after F Dicksee). 

863. Sherborn, Chas. W., R. P. E. (London) Archbishop of Canterbury. 

(Engraving.) 

864. Slocombe, Frederick. Landscape. (Etching ) 

865. Piper, Miss Elizabeth, R. P. £. (London) Le Musee de Cluny, Paris. 

(Etching.) 

866. Robertson, Arthur, R. P. E. (London) The Villa d'Este, Tivoli. (Etching.) 

867. Burgess, Walter W., R. P. E.(London) Bits of Old Chelsea. (Etching.) 

868. Robinson, Gerald, R. P. E. (Leatherhead) The Parson's Daughter. 

(Engraving.) 

869. Gardner, W. Biscombe, R. P. E. (Haslemere). Wood Enj^ravings 

(Artist's proofs). 

SCREEN IN ALCOVE 122. 

870. Cameron, D. Y. (Glasgow) Frame of Etchings. 

87X. Charlton, Edward W., A. R. P. E. (Ringwood) The Old Harbour. 
(Etching.) 

872. Charlton, Edward W., A. R. P. E. (Ringwood) Tramps. (Etching.) 

873. Law, David, R. P. E. (London) Silver Birches. (Etching.) Lent by 

The Fine Art Society. 

874. Dalgleish, T. Irving, R. P. E. (London) An Eastern Procession, Northern 

Spain. (Etching.) 

875. Robertson, Percy, R. P, E. (Godalming) But One. (Etching.) 



GREAT BRITAIN — ENGRAVINGS, ETCHINGS AND PRINTS. 343 

976. Watson, Chas. J., R. P. £. (London) Rue Chanomerse, Paris. (Etching.) 

877. Piper, Miss Elizabeth, R. P. E. (London) The Chelsea Homes of Carlyle, 

Rossetti» Turner and George Eliot. (Etching.) 

878. Charlton, Edward W., A.R. P. E. (Ringwood) Southampton. (Etching.) 

879. Sternberg, Frank, R. P. £. (Bushey) Dr. Butler (Mezzotinte after 

Professor Herkomer R. A). 

880. Macbeth-Raebum, H. (London) The Cello Player (Etching after Metzu). 

SCREEN IN ALCOVE 124. 

88z. Sternberg, Frank, R. P. E. (Bushey) In Fairyland. (Mezzotine after C. 

E. Halle.) 
883. Hal], Wm., R. S. A. (Edinburgh) He is Coming. (Engraving after 

Matthew Mario.) 

883. Gascoyne, George, R. P. E.( London) A Wayfarer. (Etching.) 

884. Gascoyne, George, R. P. E. (London) Ploughing. (Etching.) 

885. Charlton Edward W., A. R. P. £. (Ringwood) Coasters in Harbor. 

(Etching.) 

886. Slocombe, Fred, R. P .E. (Hendon) A Yorkshire Lane. (Etching.) 

887. Paton, Hugh, A. R. P. £. (Manchester) A Reef in the Foresail. (Etchthg.) 



344 WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP'T K — FINE ARTS. 



Group 144-Chalk, Charcoal 

Pastels. Etc. 

NUMBERS 888 TO 959, INCLUSIVE, 

EAST COURT— UPPER GALLERY— SOUTH SIDE. 

ALCOVE 122. 

888. Weguelin, J. R. (London) Illustrations to Anacreon. (Wash drawing.) 

Lent by Messrs. Laurence & Bullen. 

889. Keene, Charles (the late). Extremes Meet (Pen drawing.) Lent by 

Harry Keene, Esq. 

890. Du Maurier, George (London). Six Pen and Ink Sketches — Originals 

of Cuts in " Punch." 

891. Granby, Marchioness of (London). The Speaker of the House of Com- 

mons. (Pencil drawing.) 

892. Tenniel, Sir John (London). The White Elephant. (Pencil drawing.) 

893. Tenniel, Sir John (London). Innings Closed. (Pencil drawing.) 

894. Charlton, John (London). An Impending Catastrophe. (Drawings.) 

Lent by The Graphic, 

895. Charlton, John (London). Equestrians at a Meet of the Coaching Club, 

Hyde Park. (Drawing.) Lent by The Graphic, 

896. Tenniel, Sir John (London). " Will They Work? " (Pencil drawing.) 

897. Tenniel, Sir John (London). When Greek Meets Greek. (Pencil drawing.) 

898. Keene, Charles (the late). A Hungry Claimant. (Drawing.) Lent by 

Harry Keene, Esq. 

899. Keene, Charles (the late). Impracticable. (Drawing.) Lent by Harry 

Keene, Esq. 

900. Keene, Charles (the late). Irresistible. (Drawing.) Lent by Harry 

Keene, Esq, 
90X. Keene, Charles (the late). Over-pressure. (Drawing.) Lent by Harry 
Keene, Esq. 

902. Keene, Charles (the late). Our Village Industrial Competition. (Draw- 

ing.) Lent by Harry Keene, Esq. 

903. Overend, W H. (London) Illustrations to " In a Conning Tower" — The 

Wounded Captain in the Conning Tower. (Drawing.) 
.904. Overend, W. H. (London) The " Majestic " Ramming the Enemy's Ship. 
(Drawing.) 

905. Overend, W. H. (London) Shell Bursting in "Majestic's" Battery. 

(Drawing.) 

906. Overend, W. H. (London) The Shannon Disabled Returning Home. 

(Drawing.) 

907. Overend, W. H. (London) The Midshipman Watching the Torpedo, 

(Drawing.) 



GREAT BRITAIN — CHALK, CHARCOAL, PASTELS, ETC. 345 

908. Granby, The Marchioness of (London). The Lady Susan KeppeL 

(Drawing.) 

909. Tenniel, Sir John (London). A Waiting Game. (Pencil Drawing.) 

910. Tenniel, Sir John (London). The Political "Johnny Gilpin" — The Start. 

(Pencil drawing.) 

911. Tenniel, Sir John (London). The Political "Johnny Gilpin" — The Fin- 

ish. (Pencil drawing.) 
9x2. Tenniel, Sir John (London). Back! (Pencil drawing.) 

913. Tenniel, Sir John (London). The New Queen of the May. (Pencil draw- 

ing.) 

914. Tenniel, Sir John (London). "William the Wheelman." (Pencil drawing.) 
9x5. Swan, J. M. (London) Polar Bear. (Pastel.) 

9x6. Swan, J. M. (London) Lioness Walking. (Pastel.) 

917. Swan, J. M. (London) Indian Leopards. (Pastel.) 

918. Charlton, John (London). Meet of the Devon and Somerset Staghounds. 

Lent by The Graphic, (Drawing.) 
9x9. Swan, J. M. (London) Puma (Female). (Pastel.) 

920. Swan, J. M. (London) Tigress Drinking. (PasteL) 

921. Swan, J. M. (London) Lioness Walking. (PasteL) 

922. Crane, Walter (London). The Triumph of Labor. (Artist's proof of a 

woddcut.) 

923. Keene, Charles (the late). Wages. Lent by Harry Keene, Esq. (Draw- 

ing.) 

924. Charlton, John (London). Waiting for the Queen, Rotten Row. (Draw- 

ing.) Lent by The Graphic, 

925. Charlton, John (London). "Twixt the Devil and the Deep Sea.' 

(Drawing.) Lent by The Graphic, 

926. Charlton, John (London). Horse Show; Harness Horses Trotting. 

(Drawing.) Lent by The Graphic, 
^I2fj, ' Gardner, W. Biscombe (Haslemere). Palace of Fontainebleau. (Draw- 
ing.) 

928. Linton, Sir James D., P. R. L (London) Twelve Illustrations to Shake- 

peare's "Henry VIII." Lent by Messrs. Cassell & Co. (Drawing.) 

929. Charlton, John (London). Halt!— Charge of Lancers at Military Tour- 

nament. Lent by The Graphic, 

930. Charlton, John (London). Musical Ride of the 17th Lancers. Lent by 

The Graphic, 

93X. Charlton, John (London). Cover for Christmas Number (Sledging). 
Lent by the proprietors of The Graphic, 

932. Keene, Charles (the late). Round the Studios. (Drawing.) Lent by 

Harry Keene, Esq. 

933. Keene, Charles (the late). Oppression. (Drawing.) Lent by Harry 

Keene, Esq. 

934. Keene, Charles (the late). Deceivers Ever. (Drawing.) Lent by Harry 

Keene, Esq. 

935. Keene, Charles (the late). Polo for the People. (Drawing.) Lent by 

Harry Keene, Esq. 



346 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSItlON — DEP*T K — ^INE ARTS. 

936. Charlton, John (London). Ladies Tilting. (Drawing.) Lent by The 

Graphic. 
957« Keene, Charles (the late). The Haunted Room. (Drawing.) Lent by 

Harry K eene Esq. 
93$. Keene, Charles (the late). Railway Risks. (Drawing.) Lent by Henry 

Keene, Esq. 

939. Keene, Charles (the late). The Last Resource. (Drawing.) Lent by 

Harry Keene, Esq. 

940. Greenaway, Miss Kate (London). Little Phillis. "Marigold Gardens." 

(Drawing.) 

942. Greenaway, Miss Kate (London). Girl Drawing Chaise with Two Chil- 
dren. (Drawing.) 

942. Greenaway, Miss Kate (London). Mulberry Bush, "Children's Games." 
(Drawing.) 

^3. Greenaway, Miss Kate (London). My Little Girlie, "Marigold Gar- 
dens." (Drawing.) 

944. Greenaway, Miss Kate (London). Game Play, " Hyacinth*s Language 

of Flowers." (Drawing.) 

945. Greenaway, Miss Kate (London). Title-page, "Marigold Gardens." 

(Drawing.) 

946. Thomas, Percy (London). The Old Tabard Inn, Southwark. (Drawing.) 

947. Keene, Charles (the late). Little Wife. (Drawing.) Lent by Harry 

Keene, Esq. 

948. Keene, Charles (the late). Bon Chenie. (Drawing.) Lent by Harry 

Keene, Esq. 

949. Stacey, Walter S. (London) Drawings for the " Strand Magazine." 

Lent by George Newnes, Esq., M. P. 

950. Charlton, John (London). Ludgate Hill: a Slippery Pavement (Draw- 

ing.) Lent by The Graphic. 
952. Charlton, John (London). A Carriage Accident. (Drawing.) Lent 
by The Graphic, 

952. Overend, W. H. (London) Sir Richard Greville in the "Revenge." 

(Drawing.) 

** Sink me the ship, ICaster Goimer, 
Sink her, split her in twain. 
Let UB now fall into the hands of God, 
Not into the hands of Spain.'* 

953. Keene, Charles (the late). Directions. (Drawing.) Lent by Harry 

Keene, Esq. 

954. Keene, Charles (the late). Reprisals. (Drawing.) Lent by Harry 

Keene, Esq. 

955. Keene, Charles (the late). The Pictures. (Drawing.) Lent by Harry 

Keene, Esq. 

956. Keene, Charles (the late). Art. (Drawing.) Lent by Harry Keene, Esq. 

957. Stacey, Walter S. (London) In Greek Waters. (Drawing.) Lent by 

Messrs. Blackie & Son. 

958. Charlton, John (London). Ware Wire. Lent by The Graphic. 

959. Charlton, John (London). A Veterinary Examination. Lent by 71U 

Graphic. 



GREAT BRITAIN— ARCHITECTURE. 34;/ 



Groups 139 to 14?— Archi- 
tecture. 

NUMBERS 960 TO 1105, INCLUSIVE. 

EAST COURT— UPPER GALLERY— SOUTH SIDE. 

ALCOVE 123. 

960. Tree, Phillip Henry, F. R. L B. A. St. Leonards on Sea. Proposed 

New Workhouse, Hastings. 

961. Brooks, James, V. P. R. L B. A. (London) South-East Exterior View, St. 

Mary's, Woolwich. 
963. Jackson, T. G. A. R. A. (London) New Campanile for the Cathedral of 
Zara, in Dalmatia. 

963. Neale, James, F. S. A. F. R. L B. A. (London) St. Albans Abbey, 

Herts. 

964. Fenning^, Arthur R. G. (London) St. Luke's Church, Winnington, Ches- 

hire. 

965. Fenning^, Arthur R. G. (London) St. Paul's Church, Oswaldtwistle, 

Lancashire. 

966. Ne^ill, Ralph, F. S. A. (London) Lodge and Cottages, Warley. 

967. Blomfield, Reginald, M. A. (London) House and Grounds at Broken- 

hurst, Hants. 

968. Gribble, Herbert A., A. R. L B. A. (London) Altar of St. Philip Neri, 

the Oratory, Brompton. 

969. Cutter, Thomas W., F. R. L B. A. (London) A Card and Billiard 

Room. 

970. Pearson, John L., R. A. (London) The North Transept of Westminister, 

as now Restored. 

971. Horsley, Gerald C. (London) New Organ, Bottesford. 

973. Aitchison, Professor George, A. R. A. (London) Ceiling for Sir Sydney 

Waterloo, Bart., M. P. 
973. Jackson, Thomas G., A. R. A. (London) New Tower and Spire for St 

John's Church, Wimbledon. 
974« Cutler, Thos. W., F. R. L B. A. (London) Renaissance Gallery, Avery 

Hill. 

975. Artchison, Professor George, A. R. A. (London) The Arab Hall for 

Sir F. Leighton, Bart., P. R. A. 

976. Belcher, John (London). Design for South Kensington Museum, Ex- 

terior View. 
^77. Leiper, William, F. R. L B. A., A. R. S. A. (Glasgow) A Scotch 

Mansion. 
978. Robson, E. R., F. S. A. (London) Interior of the Library and Reading 

Room of the People's Palace. 




348 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION— DEP't K — FINE ARTS. 

979. CarOe, W. D. (London) St. Sepulchre's Hoi born. Design for Organ. 

980. Webb, George W. (Reading) The " Roebuck " Hotel, on the Thames 

Mapledurham. 
98X. Robaon, E. R., F. S. A. (London) Clock Tower at the People's 

Palace. 
988» Jackson, Thos. G., A. R. A. (London) The New Examination Schools 

and Buildings for Non-Collegiate Students in the High Street of 

Oxford. 

983. Stevenson, J. J. (London) St Leonard's Church, Perth. 

984. Robson, E. R., F. S. A. (London) Interior of the Queen's Hall of the 

People's Palace. 

985. Anderson, R. Rowand, L. L. D. (Edinburgh) New Medical School, 

Edinburgh University. 

986. Brooks, James, V. P. R. 1. 6. A. (London) Mansions, Ruede Bord, Cape 

Town. 

987. Neale, James, F. S. A., F. R. I. B. A. (London) Frognal Gardens, Hamp- 

stead. 

988. Spiers, R. Phene (London). Mansion at Impney ir ^AVorcester. (Built 

in association with E. Tronquois of Paris.) 

989. Horsley, Gerald C. (London) A Small Country House. 

990. Aitcbison, Professor George, A. R. A. (London) Drawing-room for 

Eustan Smith, Esq., M. P. 

991. Watson; R. L., F. R. I. B. A. (Glasgow) Design for Glasgow Municipal 

Buildings. 

992. Gribble, Herbert A., A.R.I.B. A. (London) Interior of the Oratory 

Church, Brompton. 

993. Ashlin, George C, R. H. A. (Dublin) Exterior View of the O'Connell 

Memorial Church, Caherciveen, Co. Kerry. 

994. Robson, E. R., F. S. A. (London) View of the Royal Institute of Painters* 

in Water Colours, Piccadilly, London. 

995. Honeyman, John, & Keppie (Glasgow). Premiated Design for Glasgow 

Art Galleries, Prospective View. 

996. Stevenson, John J. (London) Kenhell Norfolk. 

997. Cutler, Thos. W., F. R. I. B. A. (London) Billiard Room, Avery Hill. 

998. Cutler, Thomas W,, F. R. I. B. A. (London) Sculpture Gallery, Avery 

Hill. 

999. Simpson, Fred M. (London) New Staircase, for Sir George R. Sitwell, 

Bart, M. P. 

xooo. Tree, Philip H., F. R. I. B. A. (St. Leonard's-on-Sea) Highland Man- 
sions — Entrance Front. 

looz. Robson, E. R., F. S. A. (London) Exterior of the People's Palace at 
the East End of London. 

Z002. Aston-Webb & £. Ingress Bell, Messrs. (London) Victoria Courts, 
Birmingham. 

1003. Cutler, Thos. W., F. R. I. B. A. (London) Drawing-room, Avery Hill. 

Z004. Goddard, Paget & Goddard, Messrs. (Leicester) Houses, Regent St, 

Leicester. 
1005. Young, William (London) Gosford House, N. B. 



GREAT BRITAIN — ^ARCHITECTURE, 349 

XO06. Astor-Webb & E. Ingress Bell, Messrs. (London) Completion of 
South Kensington Museum. 

1007. Tree, Philip H., F. R. I. B. A. (St. Leonard*s-on-Sea) Highland Man- 
sion — The Garden Front. 

Z008. Ncvill, Ralph, F. S. A. (London) Cottage Block of S. W. R. 

ZO09. Clarke, T. Chatfield & Son (London). New Buildings on the Duke of 
Westminster*s Estate, South Audley Street, London. 

zozo. Ernest, George and Peto (London). Shiplake on Thames, Exterior of 
Hall. 

lOix. Champneys, Basil (London) St. Mary Star of the Sea Church, Hast- 
ings. 

Z0Z3. Horsley, Gerald C. (London) Design for a Country Museum and In- 
stitute. 

1013. Honeyman, John & Keppie (Glasgow). Premiated Design for Glasgow 

Art Galleries, Part of Elevation to Large Scale. 

1014. Ashlin» George C, R. H. A. (Dublin) Exterior View of St. Colman's 

Cathedral, Queenstown. 

1015. Street^ Arthur £. (London) Frame of Designs. 

zoz6. Jackson, Thomas G., A. R. A. (London) New Front of Brasenose Col- 
lege, in the High Street of Oxford. 

X0I7, Anderson, R. Rowland, L. L. D. (Edinburg) Scottish National Portrait 
Gallery, Edinburg. 

X018. Ernest, George & Peto (London). CoUingham Gardens Houses, S. W. 

zoz9» Champneys, Basil (London). Harrow School. 

Z020. Spiers, R. Phene (London). No. 7 Chelsea Embankment 

ZQ31. NeviU, Ralph, F. S. A. (London) Snowdenham, Surrey, Interir of Hall 
and Stairs. 

1002. Scott, J. Oldrid, F. S. A., F. R. I. B. A. (London) Organ, Halifax Par- 
ish Church. 

XO83. Stokes, Leonard '(London). New Church, Folkestone. 

2024. Nevill, Ralph, F. S. A. (London) House on Dartmoor. 

X025« Blomfield, Reginald, M. A. (London) Drawing of 20 James Street, 
S.W. 

1026. Webb, George W. (Reading) Memorial Fountain, Reading. 

1027. Anderson, R. Rowland, L. L. D. (Edinburg) Catholic Apostolic Church, 

Edinburg. 

1028. CarOe, W. D. (London) Adelphi Bank New Buildings, Castle Street, 

Liverpool. 

2009. Cutler, Thos. W., F. R. I. B. A. (London) Staircase, Avery Hill. 

2030. Blomfield, Reginald, M. A. (London) Proposed English Church at 
Berne. 

2032. Tree, Philip Henry, F. R. L B. A. (St. Leonard*s-on-Sea) Church, 
School and Parsonage. 

203a. Scott, J. Oldrid, F. S. A., F. R. L B. A. (London) Tower and Spire, 
Stoke Newington. 

2Q33. Tree, Philip Henry, F. R. L B. A. (St, Leonard's-on-Sea) House and 
Ofnce at Battle, Sussex. 



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350 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — ^DEP't K — ^FINE ARTS. 

i(^ Aston- Webb & E. Ingress Bell, Messrs. (London) Peverey, Shrop- 
shire. 

JOSS- Ashlin, George C.» R. H. A« (Dublin) Interior View of St Colman*s 
Cathedral. 

1036. Street, G. £., R. A. (the late) Northwest Porch, Bristol Cathedral 

IQ37. Anderson, R. Rowland, L. D L.£d. )inburg) Dumblane CathediaL 

ALCOVE 124. 

Z038* CarOe, W. D. (London) St. John the Evangelist, Stanstead, Essex, 
Interior. 

1039. Penning, Arthur R. G. (London) St Mattbew*s Church, Blackburn, 

Lancashire. 

1040. Street, G. £., R. A. (the late) North Aisle, Bristol CathedraL 

Z041. Scott, J. Oldrid, F. S. A., F. R. I. B. A. (London) Design for the New 

Town Hall at Hamburg by the late Sir G. G. Scott and Mr. J. Oldrid 

Scott 
X042. Scott, J. Oldrid, F. S. A., F. R. I. B. A. (London) Lahore CathedraL 
Z043. Clarke, T. Chatfield & Son (London). Block of New Buildings on the 

Duke of Westminster's Estate, Nos. 885 to 397 Oxford Street, London. 
Z044. Watson, T. L., F. R. I. B. A. (Glasgow) Royal Clyde Yacht Club, 

Hunter's Quay. 
Z045. Scott, J. Oldrid, F. S. A., F. R. I. B. A. (London) Summingdale Parish 

Church. 
Z046. Cutler, Thos. W., F. R. I. B. A. (London) Picture Gallery, Avery HilL 
X047. Cutler, Thos. W., F. R. I. B. A. (London) A Corridor. 
X048. Aston-Webb & E. Ingress Bell, Messrs. (London) Metropolitan 

Life Assurance Society's Officers. 
Z049. Adams, Maurice B., F. R. I. B. A. (London) Glen Ridge, New Jersey, 

U. S. A. 
Z050. Dean & Son, Sir Thomas N. (Dublin) Elevation of Design for the 

Imperial Institute. 
1051. Neale, James, F. S. A., F. R. I. B. A. (London) Reredos and Altar, St 

Peter's Church, Bushey Heath. 
ZD52. Aitchison, Professor George, A. R. A. (London) Drawing Room for 

Sir Wilfred Lawson, Bart., M. P. 
Z053. Aitchison, Professor George, A. R. A. (London) Royal Exchange As- 
surance, 29 Pall Mall, S. W. 
1054. Pearson, John L., R. A. (London) View of the Cathedral of Truro, 

when completed —from the southwest 
Z055. Clarke, T. Chatfield & Son (London). The New Bishopsgate Girl's 

School and Chapel, Recently Built in Spital Square, Bishopsgate 

Street. 
Z056. Penning, Arthur R. G. (London) St Matthew's Church, Blackburn, 

Lancashire. 
io5^> Stokes, Leonard (London). St. Clare's Church, Liverpool. 
ZQ58. Stevenson, John J. (London) Kensington Court. 
Z059. Anderson, R. Rowland, LL. D. (Edinburgh) Central Station Hotd* 

Glasgow. 



GREAT BRITAIN— ARCHITECTURE. 35 1 

1060. Brooks, James, V. P. R. I. B. A. (London) Extension, North East 
View, St. Mary's, Homsby. 

X061. Goddard, Paget & Goddard, Messrs. (Leicester] An Architects Home. 

1063. Waterhouse, Alfred, R. A. (London) National Liberal Club, Thames 
Embankment. 

X063. Belcher, John (London). Design for South Kensington Museum, In- 
terior View. 

Z064. Ashlin, G. C, R. H. A. (Dublin) Interior View of the O'Connell Me- 
morial Church. 

1065. Brooks, James, V. P. R. I. B. A. (London) Southwest View, Holy Inno- 
cent's, Hammersmith. 

Z066. Waterhouse, Alfred, R. A. (London) Natural History Museum, South 
Kensington. 

X067. Brooks, James, V. P. R. I. B. A. (London) West Exterior View, Liver- 
pool Cathedral. 

Z068. Brooks, Jame. V. P. R. I. B. A. (London) Interior Looking East, Liv- 
erpool Cathedral. 

Z069. Aitchison, Professor George, A. R. A. (London) The Hall for Rt 
Hon. Lord Leconfield. 

Z070. Campbell, Douglas and Morrison, Messrs. (Glasgow) Carnegie Free 
Library, Ayr, Scotland. 

1071. Edis, R. W., F. S. A., F. R. I. B. A. (London) Convalescent Home and 
HospitaL 

X072. Edis, R. W., F. S. A., F. R. I. B. A. (London) Constitutional Club, 
Northumberland avenue. 

X073. Ernest, George, & Peto (London). 47 Berkeley Square, Interior. 

X074. Anderson, R. Rowland, L.L. D. (Edinburgh) 999 Go van Parish 
Church. 

1075. Stokes, Leonard (London). Brownwood Court, Hereford. 

X076. Adams, Maurice B., F. R. I. B. A. (London) Bungalow, Nine-Mile 
Ride, Berks, England. 

X077. Mausoleum, near Sydney, Australia, in the memory of the Hon. John 
Frazier. 

i<yfi. Scott, J. Oldrid, F. S. A., F. R. I. B. A. (London) St. Paul's, Man- 
chester. 

X079. Glasgow University. Central Tower. 

X080. Scott, J. Oldrid, F. S. A., F. R. I. B. A. (London) Design for New 
Town Hall, Manchester. 

X081. Scott, J. Oldrid, F. S. A., F. R. I. B. A. (London) Falkland Island 
Cathedral. 

X082. Penning, Arthur, R. G. (London) St. Luke's Church, Winnington, 
Cheshire. 

X083. Street, G. E., R. A. (the late) Kingstone Church, Dorset. 

1084. Binyon, Brightwen (Ipswich). Sunderland Town Hall, View of the 

Exterior. 

1085. Edis, R. W., F. S. A., F. R. I. B. A. (London) Junior Constitutional 

Club, Piccadilly. 
xo86. Anderson, R. Rowland, L.L. D. (Edinburgh) St Paul's Church, 
Greenock* 



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352 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP't K — FINE ARTS. 

1087^ Ernest, George, and Peto (London). Shiplake on Thames, Interior oi 
HalL 

1088. Cutler, ThM. W., F. R. I. B. A. (London) A Card and Billiard Room. 

1089. Tree, Philip Henry, F. R. I. B. A. (St. Leonard*s-on-Sea) New 

Wesleyan Church, St. Leonards. 

1090. Sherborn, Chas. W. (London) Frame of Book Plates. (Drawing.) 

1091. Watson, T. L., F. R. I. B. A. (Glasgow) Offices of the Glasgow 

Evening Citizen Newspaper. 

1092. Stokes, Leonard (London). Corpus Christi Priory Church, Manchester, 

Exterior. 

1093. Corpus Christi Priory Church, Manchester, Interior. 

1094. Tree, Philip Henry, F. R. I. B. A. (St. Leonard' s-on-Sea). Estate Cot- 

tages at Lunsford, near St. Leonard*s-on-Sea. 

1095. Robson, E. R., F. S. A. (London) Cross Erected in Memory of the 

Late John Whichcord. 

1096. Cutler, Thos. W., F. R. I. B. A. (London) Turkish Bath Room, Avery 

HilL 

Z097. Sherborn, Chas. W. (London) Haden, Esq. (Drawing.) 

Z098. Nevill, Ralph, F. S. A. (London) Snowdenham, Surrey — 2 views. 

1099. Champneys, Basil (London). Mansfield College, Oxford. 

iioo. Champneys, Basil (London). "Moxley," Holmbury, near Dorking, 
Surrey. 

zioz. Ernest, George Neto (London). East Hill, Ramsgate. 

ZZQ3. Aitchison, Professor George, A. R. A. (London) Small Drawing 
Room for Sir W. Lawson Bart., M, P. 

ZZQ3. Aitchison, Professor George, A. R. A. (London). New Drawing Room, 
London. 

ZZ04. Neale, James, F. S. A., F. R. I. B. A. (London) New Residences, Tun- 
bridge Wells, Kent. 

ZZ05. Jmckson, Thos. G., A. R. A. (London) Decorated Case of a Grand 
Pianoforte for Athelstan Riley, Esq. 



HOLLAND 



Royal Commissioner of Fine Arts, 
H. Ws MESDAG, 

The Hague, Hollarwi. 



Acting Royal Gommissioncr of Fine Arts, 
HUBERT VOS, 

816 Pullman Building. 



General Manager of the Holland Art Exhibit, 

A. PREYER, 

17 East Forty-Third Street, 



from whom information may be obtained 
regarding exhibits that are for sale. Office 
in Gallery 26 of the Holland Section. 



863 



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HOLLAND. 



THE NUMBERS TO WHICH THIS CATALOGUE REFERS 

ARE PRINTED IN RED. 

MANY OF THESE WORKS ARE FOR SALE. 
PRICES MAY BE OBTAINED FROM MR. A. 
PREYER, AT THE DESK IN GALLERY No. 2. 



Group 140-Oil Paintings. 

GALLERY 26— NUMBERS 1 TO 71 INCLUSIVE. 

NORTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE EAST SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE PROM ALCOVE 100, WEST 

COURT. 

1. Apol» Louis (The Hague). Sunset in Autumn. 

2. Maris, William (Voorburg). Cow and Calf. 

3. Sadee, Ph. (The Hague). Shrimp-fishing at Scheveningen. 

EAST WALL. 

4. Schwartze, Miss Therese (Amsterdam). Portrait of the Artist 

5. Eerelman, O. (The Hague) Winter in Holland. 

6. Maris, William (Voorburg). Dutch Pasture. 

7. Valkenburg, H. (Amsterdam) Pleasant Gatherings. 

8. Dc Bock, Theophile (The Hague). Beech Trees. 

9. Vrolyk, Jan. (The Hague) Cow Resting. 

10. Roosenboom, Mrs. M. (Voorburg) A Garland of Roses. 

11. Apol, Louis (The Hague). Winter Morning. 

12. Maris, Jacob (The Hague). The Two Mills. 

13. Bakhuyzen, J. J. van de Sande (The Hague). Sunset in DrentbCt 

14. Neuhuys, Albert (The Hague). Mother's Delight. 

15. Tholen, W. B. (The Hague) Autumn. 

16. Mesdag, H. W. (The Hague) In Danger. 

17. Muller, Gerard (Amsterdam). Afternoon Tea. 
xS. Ronner, Mrs. Henrietta (Brussels). Mischief « 



HOLLAND — OIL PAINTINGS 355 

19. Bakhujzen; J. J. van de Sande (The Hague). Summer Morning. 

20. Gabriel, P. J. C. (Scheveningen) A Wind Mill in the Low Lands. 

21. Henkes, Gerke (Voorburg). The Benevolent Society, "Dorcas." 

22. Chattel, Fred J. du (The Hague) A Bright Day. 

23. Blommers, B. J. (Scheveningen) Fishing for Shrimps at Scheveningen. 

24. Artz, D. A. C. (deceased 1890) Girl Knitting. 

25. Hugenholtz, Miss A. (Amsterdam) On the Heath. 

26. Mesdag-Kzn, Taco (Scheveningen). View of the Hague from Scheven- 

ingen. 

SOUTH WALL. 

27« Wysmoller, J. H. (Amsterdam) Scene in Amsterdam. 

28. Berg, Joan (Paris). Spring. 

29. Nakken, W. C. (The Hague) Farm House in Welsden. 

30. Bastert, N. (Amsterdam) Fall on the River Vecht. 

31. Vos, Hubert (London). A Breton Interior. 

32. Moes, Wally (Amsterdam). Praying Together. 

33. Neuhujs, Albert (The Hague). Can I Have It, Mother? 

34. De Haas, J. H. L. (Brussels) Cows on the Dunes. 

35. Maris, William (Voorburg). Milking Time. 

36. Roaner, Mrs. Henrietta (Brussels). In Confidence. 

37. De Bock, Theophile (The Hague). The Rising Moon. 
38.. Neuhuys, Albert (The Hague). Rocking the Cradle. 

39. De Haas, J. H. L. (Brussels) Cows Resting. 

40. Bastert, N. (Amsterdam.) Little Breeze on the River. 

41. Bisschop-Swift, Mrs. K. (Scheveningen) Motherly Cares. 

WEST WALL. 

42. Nibbrig, F. Hart (Amsterdam) In the Tulip Fields near Haarlem. 

43. Poggenbeek, Geo. (Amsterdam) Between Two Dikes. 

44. Mesdag-Kzn, Taco (Scheveningen). In the Dunes. 

45. Klinkenberg, K. (The Hague) Canal at Alkmaar. 

46. De Haas, J. H. L. (Brussels) Cows Resting. 

47. Henkes, Gerke (Voorburg). In the Distillery. 

48. Blommers, B. J. (Scheveningen) On the Beach. 

49. Dommershuizen, Chr. (The Hague) The Maas near Rotterdam. 

50. Zilcken, Ph. (The Hague) Golden Leaves. 

51. Artz, D. A. C. (deceased 1890) Girl Sleeping in the Dunes. 

52. Vos, Hubert (London). The Angelus on the Zuyder-Zee. 

53. Roosenboom, Mrs. M. (Voorburg) A Garland of Roses. 

54. Jansen, H. W. (Amsterdam) Canal at Amsterdam. 

55. Artz, p. A. C. (deceased 1890) Idle Hours in the Dunes. 

56. Apol, Louis (The Hague). Near the Water-mill. 

57. Verveer, Elchanon (The Hague). Gazing into the Horizon. 

58. Klinkenberg, K. (The Hague) Drawbridge at Amsterdam. 

59. Haazman, P. (The Hague) Summertime. 

60. De Zwart, W. (The Hague) A Village Comer. 

6x. Henkes, Gerke (Voorburg). The Managers of an Asylum. 



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6a. Flier, H. F. van der (Baam). A Flock of Sheep; Afternoon. 

63. Mesdag-yan Calcar, Mrs. G. (Scheveningen) The Village Road (Vriea^ 

Drenthe). 

NORTH WALL. 

64. Meulen, F. P. ter (The Hague). Winter. 

6^ KUnkenberg, K. An Old Tower at Amsterdam. 

66. Veth, Bas (Dordrecht). On the River in December. 

67. Mesdag, H. W. (The Hague) Summer Morning at Scheveningen. 

68. Tholen, W. B. (The Hague) Through the Woods. 

69. Maris, Jacob (The Hague). Between The Hague and Delft 

70. Kever, J. S. H. (Amsterdam) A Little Greedy Gut 

71. Abrahams, Miss A. (The Hague) Still Life. 



GALLERY 27-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 72 TO 124 INCLUSIVE. 

NORTH WALL. 

BEGINNING ON THE WEST SIDE OP THE ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 96. 

73. Maris, Jacob (The Hague). Fishing Shells. 

73. Bakhujzen, Miss G. J. van de Sande (The Hague). Roses. 

74. Bosboom, J. (deceased 1891) Dutch Reformed Church. 

75. Martens, Willy (The Hague). A Cosy Comer. 

76. Maris, Jacob (The Hague). . Dordrecht, Sun Effect. 

77. Wcclc, H. J. vander (The Hague). Ploughing in Summer. 

78. Mauve, Anton (deceased 1888). Ploughhig the Field (Drenthe). 
79* Bosboom, J. (deceased 1891) Synagogue, Amsterdam. 

80. Blommers, B. J. (Scheveningen). Washing Day. 

81. ^ Weele, H. J. vander (The Hague). Ploughing in Spring. 

82. M^uve, Anton (deceased 1888). Cows Going Home. 

83. Martens, Willy (The Hague). At the Well 

84. Israels, Josef (The Hague). Sweet Home. 

85. Bakhuyzea, Miss G. J. van de Sande (The Hague). Plums. 

WEST WALL. 

86. Bakhuyzen, J. J. van de Sande. Driving the Cattle Homeward* 

87. Calisfendorf, A. (Ryswyk) Lawn Tennis. 

88. Haas, J. H. L. de (Brussels). Donkeys on the Shore of Picardy. 

89. Eerelman, O. (The Hague) Horse Fair at Rotterdam. 

90. Roelofii, W. (The Hague) Dutch Canal. 

91. Bffesdag-van Houten, Mrs. S. (The Hague) Still Life. 
93, I**-**'*^, Josef (The Hague), Fisberwomcn pf Zandvoort, 



HOLLAND — OIL PAINTINGS. JJJr 

93. Mauve, Anton (deceased 1888). Wood Carts on the Heath. 

94. Mesdag-van Hoaten, Mrs. S. (The Hague) Moonlight on th^ Heath. 

95. Haas, J. H. L. de (Brussels). Landscape With Cattle. 

96. Mesdag, Kzn Taco (Scheveningen). Water-mill at Ruurlo. 

97. Wysmuller, J. H. (Amsterdam) Winter Evening, Monnikendam. 

98. Henkes, Gerke (Voorburg). A Dutch Peasant. 

SOUTH WALL. 

99. Weissenbruch, J. H. (The Hague) Village Interior. 

100. Valkenburg, H. (Amsterdam) Will You Give Me a Flower, 

xoi. Mesdag, H. W. (The Hague) At Anchor. 

X02. Frankfort, £d. (Amsterdam) Writing an Important Letter. 

103. Israels, Josef (The Hague). Summer Day on the Shore. 

104. Israels, Josef (The Hague). Alone in the World. 

X05. Mauve, Anton (deceased 1888). Pasture near the Dunes. 

Z06. Vos, Hubert (London). A Room in a Brussels Almshouse. 

Z07. Mesdag, H. W. (The Hague) Morning on the Shore at Scheveningen. 

Z08. Maarel, M. vander (The Hague). A Cook. 

109. Breitner, G. H. (Amsterdam) Dutch Cavalry. 

zxo. Bock, Theophile de (The Hague). Summer Evening. 

zzz, Neuhujs, Albert (The Hague). Sunlight. 

EAST WALL. 

ZZ2. Gate, S. J. ten (Paris). The Thames (flood tide). 

113. Gabriel, P. J. C. (Scheveningen) The Harvest near Utrecht. 

IZ4. Papendrecht, J. Hoynck von (Amsterdam). Artillery Review at Utrecht. 

115, Neuhuys, Albert (The Hague). A Frugal "Meal. 

zz6. Maris, William (Voorburg). Duck Pond. 

117. Apol, Louis (The Hague). Thaw on the River Yssel. 

Z18. Breitner, G. H. (Amsterdam) Dutch Artillery. 

Z19. Kevcr, J. S. H. (Amsterdam) In the Garden. 

zao. Gate, S. J. ten (Paris). The Thames (low tide). 

12Z. Vos, Hubert (London). Pauvres Gens (The Poor). 

222. Mesdag-van Houten, Mrs. S. (The Hague) On the Heath (evening 

effect). 

123. Kli&kenberg, K. (The Hague) Canal at Amsterdam (sunset). 

224. Roelofe, W. (The Hague) Pasture Grounds near the Dunes. 



GALLERY 25-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 125 TO 188, INCLUSIVE. 

SOUTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 26. 

125. Maris, Jacob (The Hague). Canal at Rotterdam. 
xa6» Oppenoorth, W. (The Hague) A Mill in the Swamp. 



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137. Ronner, Mrs. Henriette (Brussels). Coquetry. 

128. Verveer, Elchanon (The Hague). Expecting the Return of the Boats. 

129. Poggenbeek, George (Amsterdam). Sunset. 

130. Melis, H. J. (Charlois near Rotterdam) Washing Day. 

131. Bastert, N. (Amsterdam) The White Sail. 

132. Schwartze, Miss Therese (Amsterdam). The Orphan Girls of Amster- 

dam Singing Psalm 146: 9. 

133. Tholen, W. B. (The Hague) Skating. 

134. Verveer, Elchanon (The Hague). Here They Are! 

135. Mesdag-Kzn, Taco (Scheveningen). Sheepcot at Loenen Gelderland. 

136. Martens, Willy (The Hague). Housework. 

EAST WALL. 

137. Abrahams, Miss A. (The Hague) Flowers. 

Z38. Mesdag van-Houten, Mrs. S. (The Hague) Cottage. 

139. DeZwart, W. (The Hague) Father's Darling. 

140. Ten Kate, Mari (The Hague). Feeding the Sparrows. 

141. Bilders-van Bosse, Mrs. M. (The Hague) Little Woods near Ooster- 

beek. 

142. Poggenbeek, George (Amsterdam). Near the River. 

143. De la Mar, D. (Amsterdam) In July. 

144. Offermans, Tony (The Hague). The Village Carpenter. 

145. Gabriel, P. J. C. (Scheveningen) A Comer in the Village Veenendaal. 

146. WysmuUer, J. H. (Amsterdam) Winter Evening, Amsterdam. 

147. TenKate, Mzn. J. M. (The Hague.) Sailing Out. 

148. Maris, William (Voorburg). Under the Willows. 
X49. Jansen, H. W. (Amsterdam) In the Docks. 

150. Bastert, N. (Amsterdam) The Bridge at Nederhorst. 

151. Heemskerck VanBecst, J. E. (The Hague) On the Zuyder Zee. 

152. Muller, Gerard (Amsterdam). Disappointed. 

153. Gabriel, P. J. C. (Scheveningen) Windmills on the Moerdyk, Holland. 

154. TenKate, Mzn. Johan M. (The Hague) On the Zuyder Zee, Isle of 

Marken. 

155. Nakken, W. C. (The Hague) Farmhouse in Limburg. 

156. Poggenbeek, George (Amsterdam). In the Meadows of Holland. 

157. De la Mar, D. (Amsterdam) Peasant Girl. 

158. Du Chattel, Fred J. (The Hague) The Lake in the Wood. 

159. Wyamuller, J. H. (Amsterdam) A Dutch Town. 

160. Van der^Maarel, M. (The Hague) A Flower Woman from Haarlem. 
x6i. Metis, H. J. (Charlois near Rotterdam) The Neighborhood of Rotter- 
dam. 

NORTH WALL. 

162. Boks, E. J. (Antwerp) Surprised. . 

163. Vcdcr, H. (Rotterdam) View at the Harbor of Flushing 

164. Haazman, P. (The Hague) Pleasant Correspondence. 

165. Roelofs, W. (The Hague) Mills near Rotterdam. 

x66. Van Hogendorp*s-Jacob, Mrs. A. (The Hague). Roses, 



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WEST WALL. 

167. Neuhays, A. (The Hague) Dutch Woman and Child. 

x68. Oppenoorth, W. (The Hague) The Pond in the Woods of the Hague. 

169. Henkes, Gerke (Voorburg). The Knitting School. 

170. Essen, Jan van (Scherpenzeel). A Dutch Farmhouse. 

171. Hamcl, W. (Rolde) Harvest Time. 

172. Sadee, Ph. (The Hague) On the Beach at Sheveningen. 

173. Schwartze, Miss Therese (Amsterdam). Portrait of My Mother. 

174. Israels, Joseph (The Hague). Type of a Fisherman. 

175. Tcr Meulen, F. P. (The Hague) A Sandy Road. 

176. Artz, D. A. C. (Deceased, 1890) The Pet Lamb. 

177. Blommers, B. J. (Scheveningen) At Breakfast. 

178. Eerelman, O. (The Hague) St. Bernard Dog. 

179. Ter Meulen, F. P. (The Hague) At the Riverside. 

180. Vos Hubert (London). Study of a Russian Peasant. 
i8x. Mcsdag, H. W. (The Hague) Ready to Sail Out. 

182. Du Chattel, Fred J. (The Hague) On the River Vecht 

183. Ten Cate, S. J. (Paris) Night Scene at Havre. 

184. Essen, Janvan (Scherpenzeel). Going Homeward. 

185. Mesdag-van-Calcar, Mrs. G. (Scheveningen) Street at Hattem. 

186. Vroljk, Jan (The Hague). Evening near the Farmhouse. 

187. Vogel, J. G. (Voorburg) In the Cornfields. 

z88. Calissendorf, A« (Ryswyk) In the Almshouse of Ryswyk. 



Group 141-Water Colors. 

NUMBERS 189 TO 263, INCLUSIVE. 

ALCOVE 101. 

BEGINNING AT THE EAST SIDE OF THE ALCOVE. 

189. Weissenbruch, J. H. (The Hague] A Young Artist 

Z90. Apol, Louis (The Hague). Winter Night. 

192. Bakhuyzen, Miss G. J. vande Sande (The Hague). Roses. 

193. Ten Cate, S. J. (Paris). Dutch Landscape. (Oil painting.) 

193. Koster, A. L. (Haarlem) The Last Autumn Leaves on the Ancient Bul- 

warks of Haarlem. 

194. Hogendorp's-Jacob, Mrs. A. (The Hague) Chrysanthemums. 

Z95. Bilders-yan-Bosse, Mrs. M. (The Hague) An Alley of Beech Trees. 

196. Ten Cate, S. J. (Paris) Eight Different Views of Paris. 

197. Stortenbckcr, P. (The Hague) Milking Time. 

Z98. Hubrecht, Mrs. Donders-Grandmont (Taormina, Sicily). A Tired Nurse. 
X99« Gabriel, P. J. C. (Scheveningen) A Dutch MilL 



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200. Schutz, W. J. (Middelburg) Low Tide on the Westerschelde. 

20Z. Mesdag, H. W. (The Hague) In Danger. 

202. Bilders-van-Bosse, Mrs. (The Hague) Under the Beeches. 

203. Mesdag-van-Calcar, Mrs. G. (Scheveningen; Violets. 
264. Veth, Has (Dordrecht). River Scene in December. 

205. Ten Gate, S. J. (Paris) La Rue de la Chapelle, Parts. 

206. Roelofs, W. (The Hague) Water Gulls in the Swamps. 

207. Vcdcr, H. (Rotterdam) View of the Maas. 

208. Koster, A. L. (Haarlem) Bridge on the Maas at Maarstricht. 

209. Van Borselen, J. W. (Deceased, 1892) A Nook of the Farm. 

210. Oppenoorth, W. (The Hague) Cut Trees. 

211. Henkcs, Gerke (Voorburg). Vfew of Delftshaven. 
2x2. Rochussen, Chas. (Rotterdam) Before the Races. 
213. Mesdag-Kzn, Taco (Scheveningen). After Harvest. 
2x4. Nakken, W. C. (The Hague) Farmhouse in Limburg. 
2x5. Vcrvcer, Elchanon (The Hague). To the Market. 
2x6. Ten Gate, S. J. (Paris) Summer Evening, Finistere. 
2x7. Roelofs, Jr., W. (The Hague) Still Life. 

2x8. Vedcr, H. (Rotterdam) View of the Old Harbor of Flushing. 

2x9. Ten Kate, Mari (The Hague). The Chickens. (Isle of Marken.) 

220. Wysmuller, J. H. (Amsterdam) Sawmills at Amsterdam. 

221. Ten Kate-Mzn, Johan M. (The Hague) On the Shore. 

222. Henkes, Gerke (Voorburg). A Blacksmith Shop. 

223. Mesdag-Kzn, Taco (Scheveningen). Mill at Leende, Noord Brabant. 

224. Nakken, W. C. (The Hague) Farmhouse in Zuyd, Holland. 

225. Borselen, J. W. van (Deceased, 1892). Dutch Landscape. 

226. Oppenoorth, W. (The Hague) Dutch Pasture. 

227. Ten Gate, S. J. (Paris). Six Different Views of Paris. 

228. Bastert, N. (Amsterdam) Winter. 

229. Stortenbeker, P. (The Hague) Under the Trees. 

230. Mesdagvan-Houten, Mrs. S.( The Hague) Heath. « 
23X. Henkes, Gerke (Voorburg). A Confidence. 

232. Mesdag, H. W. (The Hague) On the Dutch Coast. 

233. Weissenbruch, J. H. (The Hague) A Sunny Day in Holland. 

234. Ten Kate, Mari (The Hague). A Bombardment. 

335. Ten Kate-Mzn, Johan M. (The Hague) The Coffee Call. 

ON SCREEN A— WEST SIDE. 

236. Jong, P. de Josselin de (The Hague). Sandbarge. 

237. Bastert, N. (Amsterdam) Near the Farm. 

238. Roelofs, W. (The Hague) Mill at Abcoude. 

239. Klinkenberg, K. (The Hague) Canal at Amsterdam. 

240. Vrolyk, Jan (The Hague). Cow House. 

24X. Jong, P. de Josselin de (The Hague). Autumn. 

342. Offermans, Tony (The Hague). In the Hothouse. 

SCREEN A.— EAST SIDE. 

243, Weissenbruch, J. H. (The Hague) Landscape in Holland. 



HOLLAND — WATER COLORS. 361 

244. WysmuUer, J. H. (Amsterdam) A Dutch Landscape. 

245. Mesdag-Van-Houten, Mrs. (The Hague) Still-life. 

246. Blommers, B. J. (The Hague) A Frugal Meal. 

247. Veth, Ba.( Dordrecht) Discharging a Steamer. 

248. Eerelman, Otto (The Hague). Little Pugs. 

247. Wcisscnbruch, J. H. (The Hague) At the Dutch Coast. 

SCREEN B— WEST SIDE. 

250. Roosenboom, Mrs. M. (Voorburg) Iris. 

251. Maris, William (Voorburg). Young Pigs. 

252. DeBock, Theo. (The Hague) Landscape. 

253. Kever, J. S. H. (Amsterdam) The Old Gardener. 

254. V08, Hubert (London). Homerulers. (Pastel.) 

255. Roosenboom, Mrs. M. (Voorburg) Helianthis. 

256. Tcr Meulen, F. P. (The Hague). In the Snow. 

SCREEN B— EAST SIDE. 

257. Vrolyk, Jan (The Hague). Cowherders. 

258. Valkenbnrg, H. (Amsterdam) Woman Reading. 

259. Mesdag, H. W. (The Hague) On the Beach of Scheveningen at Twi- 

light. 

260. Bosboom, J. (Deceased, 1891) Farm Interior. 

261. Bosboom, J. (Deceased, 1891) Landscape in the Dunes. 

262. Ter Meulen, F. P. (The Hague) Sheep Grazing. 

263. Valkenburg, H. (Amsterdam) Mother and Child. 



ALCOVE 100.— NUMBERS 264 TO 299, INCLUSIVE. 

WATER COLORS ON THE EAST AND WEST WALLS. 
TWO OIL PAINTINGS ON THE SOUTH WALL. 

264. DttChattel, Fred J. (The Hague) Autumn Evening. 

265. Vander Weele, H. J. (The Hague) In the Snow. 

266. Artz, D. A. C. (Deceased, 1890) A Fisherwoman. 

267. Blommers, B. J. (Scheveningen) Mother's Darling. 

268. Kever, J. S. H. (Amsterdam) The Little Sister. 

269. Voermaa, J. (Hattem) Violets. 

270. Meiis, H. J. (Charlouis near Rotterdam) Grandmother and Grand< 

daughter. 

271. Bosboom, J. (Deceased, 1891) Church Interior. 

272. Maris, Jacob (The Hague). The Old Nurse. 

273. Klinkenberg, K. (The Hague) Canal at The Hague. 

274. Sadee, Ph. (The Hague) After the Storm., 

275. Israels, Joseph (The Hague). Motherly Cares. 

276. Offer mans, Tony (The Hague). On the Threshold. 

277. Voerman, J. (Hattem) Still-life. 

278. Melis, H. J. (Charlois near Rotterdam) Complaints. 




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379. Van der Maarel, M. (The Hague) On the Altar. 

280. Apol, Louis (The Hague) A Snowy Road. 

281. Artz, D. A. C. (Deceased, 1891) Sorrow. 

383. V08, Hubert (London). Portrait of H. M. Wilhelmina, Queen of the 

Netherlands. (Oil painting.) 

383. Martens, W. J. (Berlin) The original "Love's Dream. (Oil painting.) 

364. Verveer, Elchanon (The Hague). A Happy Family. 

385. Gabriel, P. J. C. (Scheveningen) The White House near Deventer. 

386. Pruys, Miss C, van der Hoeven (The Hague). An Interesting Novel. 

387. Poggenbeek, Geo. (Amsterdam) The Duck Pool. 

388. Moes, Miss Wally (Amsterdam) Just Awakened. 

389. DuChattel, Fred J. (The Hague) The Fisherman's Home. 

390. Artz, D. A. C. (Deceased 1890) Sorrow (first sketch). 

391. Van der Weele, H. J. (The Hague) Sand Cart. 

393. Roosenboom, Mrs. M. (Voorburg) A Branch of Roses. 

393. Maris, William (Voorburg). Ducks. 

394. Moes, Miss Wally (Amsterdam). In a Village Church. 

395. De Bock, Theo. (The Hague) Mill and River. 

396. Kever, J. S. H. (Amsterdam) The Young Gardener. 

397. Mesdag-vanHottten, Mrs. S. (The Hague) Moonlight 

398. Valkenburg, H. (Amsterdam) Neighbors. 

399. Neuhuys, Albert (The Hague). The Mother and Her Children. — 
Lately removed to the Office of the General Manager, Room 26, North- 
west comer. 



Group 143-Etchings. 

NUMBERS 300 TO 326, INCLUSIVE, 

ALCOVE 99. 

BEGINNING ON THE EAST WALL. 

300. Dc Zwart, W. (The Hague) Eight Etchings in One Frame. 

301. Gravesande, C. N. Storm van's (Brussels). Boats on the Meuse. 

302. Gravesande, C. N. Storm van's (Brussels). The Meuse off Dordrecht 

303. Dc Zwart, W. (The Harjuc) Four Landscapes in One Frame. 

304. Gravesande, C. N. Storm van's (Brussels). Breakwater. 

305. VanHouten, Miss B. E. (The Hague) (After J. F. Millet.) 

306. Dake, Prof. C. L. (Amsterdam) Portrait of Ludwig van Beethoven. 

307. Koster, A. L. (Haarlem) Ten Original Etchings. (Artist's proofs.' 

(Picturesque views along the canal from The Hague to Delft. 

308. VanHouten, Miss B. E. (The Hague) Study of Birds. 

309. Croiset van der Kop, Miss J. (The Hague) Two Studies of a Boy. 



HOLLAND — ETCHINGS. 363 

310. Dc Zwart, W. (The Hague) Three Etchings in One Frame. 

31X. Gravesande, C. N. Storm van's (Brussels). The Pier. 

312. VanHouten, Miss B, E. (The Hague) (After Blommers.) 

313. Dc Zwart, W. (The Hague) Seven Different Etchings in One Frame. 

314. Hubrecht, Mrs. Donders Grandmont (Taormina, Sicily). Worn Out 

(Drawing.) 

315. Gravesande, C. M. Storm van's (Brussels). Flushing. 

316. VanHouten, Miss B. E. (The Hague) (After Jules Dupre. 

317. Zilck^, Ph. (The Hague) Evening. > (After H. W. Mesdag.) 

318. Gravesande, C. N. Storm van's (Brussels). A Dead Calm. 

319. Zilcken, Ph. (The Hague) The Bridge. (After J. Maris.) 

320. Croiset [vander Kop, Miss J. (The Hague) Two Still-Lifes in One 

Frame. 

321. VanHouten, Miss B. E. (The Hague) Three Etchings in One Frame. 

322. Croiset van der Kop» Miss J. (The Hague) Three Etchings in One 

Frame. 

323. VanHouten, Miss B. E. (The Hague) (After Eug. Delacroix.) 

324. Dake, Prof. C. L. (Amsterdam) Portrait of H. M. Wilhelmina, 

Queen of the Netherlands. (Original etching from life.) 

325. Zilcken, Ph. (The Hague) J. L. Motley (C. Bischop). 

326. Van der Wecle, H. J. (The Hague) A Sandy Road. (After A. Mauve.) 

(Unpublished Etching, Artist's Proof; plate for sale.) 

327. Croiset vander Kop, Miss J. (The Hague) Two Marines. (After H. W. 

Mesdag.) 

328. VanHouten, Miss B. E. (The Hague) Four Etchings in One Frame. 

329. Croiset van der Kop, Miss J. (The Hague) Japanese Bronze. 

330. Zilcken, Ph. (The Hague) Primavera. (After M. Maris.) 

331. VanHouten, Miss B. E. (The Hague) Six Etchings in One Frame. 

332. Kosler, A. L. (Haarlem) Etching Artist Proof. (After Beguin.) The 

Quarry in the Museum at The Hague. 



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ARE PRINTED IN RED. 

MANY OF THESE WORKS ARE FOR SALE. 
FOR PARTICULARS AND PRICES APPLY AT 
THE OFFICE OF THE ITALIAN SECTION, 
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF GALLERY 76. 

Groups 139 and 140-Sculpture 

AND Oil Paintings. 

B9*In the Italian section the sculpture and oil paintings are catalogued 
collectively by galleries, instead of separately under groirp headings. 



GALLERY 76-SCULPTURE. 

NUMBERS 1 TO 73, INCLUSIVE 

X. Apolloni, A. (Rome) ^vn^ncdLii Mythology. 

2. Bottinelli (Rome). The Kiss. 

3. Andreoni, O. (Rome) Flora. 

4. Albacini, A. (Rome) Innocence. 

5. Pellini, E. (Milan) An Urchin. 

6. Bottinelli, A. (Rome) Etrusca. 

7. Bottinelli, A. (Rome) The First Communion. 

8. Dausch (Rome). Night. 

9. Dausch (Rome). Day. 

10. Apolloni, A. (Rome) Love's Dream, 

zz. Apolloni, A. (Rome) Beatrice. 

Z2. Apolloni, A. (Rome) The Hon. Chauncy M. Depew. 

Z3. Apolloni, A. (Rome) Mrs. Julia Ward Howe. i 

Z4. Apolloni, A. (Rome) Plaster Cast, Burns Monument. 

15. Apolloni, A. (Rome) Original Design in Plaster for a Monumental Foun- 
tain. 

z6. Apolloni, A. Rome) Mother Most Pure. 



ITALY— SCULPTURE. 367 



17. Gemito. A Capri Girl. 
17a. Gemito. A Fisher Boy. 

z8. Gariboldi (Milan). Arianna. 

19. Cantu (Milan). An Ideal. 

20. Bistolfi, L. (Rome) The American Flag. 

2Z. Bistolfi, L. (Rome) Companions in Misfortune. 

22. Fiaschi (Florence). The High Wave. 

23. Argenti, G. (Milan) A Martyr. 

24. Andreoni, O. (Rome) Ruth. 

25. Ramazzotti, S. (Padua) A Flower Giri. 

26. Soldini, A. (Milan) A Thought. 

27. Calvi, P. (Milan) The Minstrel. 

28. Gariboldi, £. (Milan) Providence. 

29. Gariboldi, E. (Milan) Gluttony. 

30. Gariboldi, £. (Milan) Flowers Among Flowers. 

31. Gariboldi, E. (Milan) Project for a Clock Tower. 

32. Gariboldi, E. (Milan) First Gaii> 

33. Gariboldi, E. (Milan) Folly. 

34. Gariboldi, E. (Milan) Exiled. 

35. Gariboldi, E. (Milan) Pierrette. 

36. Calvi, P. (Milan) SpitefuL 

37. Gariboldi, E. (Milan) Mignon. 

38. Calvi, P. (Milan) Othello. 

39. Calvi, P. (Milan) Aleydak. 

40. Gariboldi, E. (Milan) The Archangel Gabriel. 

41. Gariboldi, £. (Milan) After Supper. 

42. Barbella, C. (Castellamare, Adriatico) The Love Song. 

43. Barbella, C. (Castellamare, Adriatico) The Departure. 

44. Barbella, C. (Castellamare, Adriatico) The Return. 

45. Barbella, C. (Castellamare, Adriatico) Alone. 

46. Barbella, C. (Castellamare, Adriatico) Believe Me. 

47. Barbella, C. (Castellamare, Adriatico) Harmony. 

48. Barbella, C. (Castellamare, Adriatico) "Bourn!" 

49. Barbella, C. (Castellamare, Adriatico) Morel Moreli 

50. Soebock, F. (Rome) Faun and Bacchant. 

51. De Leva, G. (Naples) Papa's Son. 

52. Gariboldi, E. (Milan) The First Pose. 

53. Zocchi, C. (Florence) A School Boy. 

54. Gariboldi, E. (Milan) Ophelia. 

55. Biondi, E. (Rome) Triclinium. 

56. Gariboldi, E. (Milan) Mignon. 

57. Civiletti (Palermo). The Fisher Boy. 

58. Gariboldi, E. (Milan) Arianna. 

59. Bastiani (Florence) The Return from the Feast 

60. Biondi, E. (Rome) Oriental Tales. 
6x. Biondi, E. (Rome) Remembrances. 
62«r^iondi, E. (Rome) Christmas Eve. 
63. Biondi, E. (Rome) In the Desert. 



368 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITIOK— DEP*T K — FINE ARTS. 

64. Biondi, £. (Rome) Arab Family Traveling. *^ 

65. Biondi, £. (Rome) On a Spree. 

66. Fambri, R. (Venice) A Duel. 

67. Biondi, £. (Rome) Rosetta. 

68. Biondi, £. (Rome) Concettella. 

69. Luzi, A. (Rome) Sortie du BaL 

70. Cantu (Milan) Parthenope. 

71. Gariboldi, E. (Milan) A Wreath. 

72. Biondi, £. (Rome) Gennarina. 

73. Biondi, £. (Rome) Bad Luck. 



GALLERY 76.-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 74 TO 112, INCLUSIVE. 
WEST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 75. 

74. Spiridon, L (Rome) Sappho. (Over the Doorway.) 

75. Spiridon, L (Rome) FoUette. 

EAST WALL. 

76. Conconi, L. (Milan) The Declaration of Love. (Over the Doorway to 

Gallery 77.) 

SOUTH WALL. 

77. Dovera, A, (Genoa) Marine. 

78. Dovera, A. (Genoa) Marine. 

79. Dovera, A. (Genoa) Marine. 

80. Dovera, A. (Genoa) Marine. 

81. Dovera, A. (Genoa) Marine. 

82. Dovera, A. (Genoa) Marine. 

83. Dovera, A. (Genoa) Marine. 

84. Dovera, A. (Genoa) Marine. 

85. Doviziclli, C.(Rome) Still Life. 

86. Fedrighini, P. (Sinigallia) Niagara Falls. 

87. Tamajo, E. (deceased) A Tiger's Head. 

88. Tamajo, £. (deceased) A Bull's Head. 

89. Carcano, F. (Milan) Sunset at Spezzia. 

90. Carcano; F. (Milan) Ten Studies in one Frame; 

91. Carcano, F. (Milan) A Study. 

92. Carcano, F. (Milan) A Study. 

93. Carcano, F. (Milan) A Study. 

94. Carcano, F. (Milan) A Study. 



ITALY— OIL PAINTINGS. 369 

95. Carcano, F. (Milan) A Study. 

96. Carcano, F. (Milan) A Study. 

97. CarcaAO, F. (Milan) A Study. 

98. Carcano, F. (Milan) A Study. 

99. Carcano, F. (Milan) A Study. 
xoo. Carcano, F. (Milan) A Study. 
zoz. Carcano, F. (Milan) A Study. 
Z02. Carcano, F. (Milan) A Study. 
Z03. Nani, N. (Venice) Persuasion. 

Z04. Fedrighini, P. (Sinigallia) The Niagara Rapids. 

105. Tamajo, £. (deceased) A Cow*s Head. 

Z06. Tamajo, £. (deceased) A Tiger's Head. 

Z07. Dovizieili, C. (Rome) Still Life. 

IMITATIONS OF TAPESTRY. 

Z08. Brugo & Paglici (Rome). Bacchus and Ariadne. (North Wall.) 

109. Brugo & Paglici (Rome). The Toilet of Venus. (North Wall.) 

1x0. Brenda & Simonetti. The Mysterious Basket. (East Wall.) 

zzi. Brenda & Simonetti. Bacchus and Venus. (East WalL) 

ZZ2. Brenda & Simonetti. The Agreeable Lesson. (South Wall.) 



GALLERY 77-SCULPTURE. 

NUMBERS 113 TO 119. INCLUSIVE. 

1x3. Allgetti, A. (Rome) Eve After Sinning. 

Z14. Biondi, E. (Rome) In the Desert. 

1x5. Biondi^ E. (Rome) An Arab Family Traveling. 

xz6. Ramazzotti, S. (Padua) Springtime Song. 

XX7. GaUi, R. (Milan) Bebe. 

xx8. Gariboldi, E. (Milan) The Chimney Sweeper. 

XX9. Gariboldi, E. (Milan) Displeasing. 



GALLERY 77-OIL PAINTINGS 

NUMBERS 120 TO 187, INCLUSIVE. 

WEST WALL.* 

BEGINNING AT ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 76. 

X20. Ferrara, O. (Naples) Faith. (Over the Doorway.) 

X2X. Guerra, A. (Badia di Cava) A Capri Girl. 
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123. Ricd, F. (Rome) Sweet Remembrances. 

123. Rotta, A. (Venice) The First Egg. 

Z24. Wolf (Venice). Grandmama*s Story. ■ 

Z25. Corelli, A. (Rome) In the Woods. 

Z26. Aquadro, F. (Chicago) Flowers. 

Z27. Guerra, A. (Badia di Cava) Beatrice Cenci. 

Z28. SaTini» A. (Bologna) Post Nubila Phoebus. 

NORTH WALL, 

Z29. Bottero, G. (Turin) Boatmen's Canal. 

130. Da Molin, O. (Venice) At the Pawnshop. 

131. Bazzaniy L. (Rome) At the Fountain, Pompeii. 
Z32. VollarOy P. (Naples) A Moment of Leisure. 

133. Joris, Pio (Rome). An Afternoon in the Villa Pamphili. 

134. Rinaldi, C. (Florence) Hopeless. 

135. Moradei, A. (Ravenna) The Joys of the Family. 

136. Moradei, A. (Ravenna) Maternal Anticipations. 

137. Bazzani, L. (Rome) At the Fountain. 

138. Novo, St. (Venice) Fruit Shop in Venice. 
Z39. Joris, Pio (Rome) Grandfather's Birthday. 
Z40. Bottero, G. (Turin) Mestre Canal. 

Z4Z. Savini, A. (Bologna) A Child of the Fields. 

EAST WALL. 

Z42. Guerrieri, A. (Florence) Love and Curiosity. 

Z43. De Martini, G. (Naples) The Flower Market at Pompeii. 

Z44. Tromboni, A. (Naples) The Cowherds. 

Z45. Milesi, A. (Venice) Papa's Boat. 

Z46. BertolotU, C. (Milan) The Giddy Monk. 

Z47. Coleman, F. (Rome) Queen Catherine of England. 

Z48. Guerra, A. (Badia di Cava) Raphael and Cardinal Sigismondo Conti. 

Z49. Simoni, G. (Rome) Algerian Women on the Terrace. 

Z50. Bompiani, A. (Rome) Southern Flowers. 

Z5Z. Boldini, A. (Paris) An Extra Team. 

Z52. Ricci, F. (Rome) An Interrupted Nap. 

Z53. Fragiacomo, P. (Venice) An Idyl in the Lagoon* 

Z54. Andreotti, F. (Chicago) A Sweet Note. 

Z55. Fragiacomo, P. (Venice) Summer Clouds. 

Z56. D* Andrea, F. (Venice) Surprised. 

ZS7. Bordignon, N. (Venice) At the Country Inn. 

Z58. Fragiacomo, P. (Venice) Little Amalia. 

SOUTH WALL. 

Z59. Carcano, F. (Milan) Environs of Genoa. 

z6o. Guerra, A. (Badia di Cava) The Fortune-Teller. 

z6z. Novo, St. (Venice) A Fruit Seller in Venice. 

Z62. Capone, G. (Majori) Summer. 



ITALY— OIL PAINTINGS. 3?^ 

163. Zanetti, Miti G. (Venice) The Canal of Torcello. 

Z64. Ricci, F. (Rome) Rehearsing the Lesson. 

Z65. Mariani, C. (Rome) Celestial Harmony. 

x66. Dcnza, Ciro (Naples). A Bit of the Bay of Naples. 

167. Bompiani, A. (Rome) Playing Truants. 

168. Tiratelli, A. (Rome) A Flock of Sheep on the Roman Campagna. 
Z69. Capone, G. (Majori) Winter. 

170. Zanetti, Miti G. The Island of Malamocco. 

171. Gnardabassi, G. (Rome) The Old Gipsy. 

172. Carcano, F. (Milan) A Procession. 

173. Mariani, C. (Rome) Yo Triumphai. 

174. Novo, St. (Venice) The Worst of All. 

WEST WALL,. 

175. Malaspina, A. (Milan) Shepherd. 

176. Roi, P. (Venice) Variety. 

177. Guardabassi, G. The Mayor's Wedding. 

178. Guardabassi, F. M. (Perugia) H. H. Pope Leo XIIL 

179. Gabrini, P. (Rome) At Sea. 

180. Reycend, E. (Turin) The Po Embankment in Turin. 
i8x. Roi, P. (Venice) Once Friends. 

182. Santoro, Rubens (Naples) Gipsies. 

X83. Barbarini, S. (Modena) Sketch from Nature. 

Z84. Barbarini, S. (Modena) Sketch from Nature. 

185. Carcano, F. (Milan) By the^ Window. 

186. Barbarini, S. (Modena) The Train is Coming. 
X87. Barbarini, S. (Modena) Sketch from Nature. 



GALLERY 78-SCULPTURE, 

NUMBERS 188 TO 198a, INCLUSIVE. 

z88. Bottinelli, A. (Rome) The Dance. 

189. Bottinelli, A. (Rome) Poetry. 

190. Bottinelli, A. (Rome) Music. 
19X. Bottinelli, A. (Rome) Painting. 

192. Bottinelli, A. (Rome) Sculpture. 

193. Bottinelli, A. (Rome) Architecture. 

194. Sportini, A. (Milan) The Volunteer. 

195. RamazzotU, S. (Padua) A Dream. 

196. Nelli, A. (Rome) Spring. 

197. Luzi, A. (Rome) Tresteverina. 

Z98. Pardo, V. (Rome) Christoforo Colombo. 
198a. Ferrari, Ettore (Rome). Lesbia. 



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GALLERY 78— OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 199 TO 255, INCLUSIVE. 
WEST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY T7. 

Z99. Juglaris, Tommaso (Milan). The Prayer on the Mountain. (Over the 

door.) 

200. Wolf (Venice). Spring. 

aoz. Wolf (Venice), Flirtation. 

ao2. Van Elven, P. T. (Milan) The Market at Chaumont 

a03. D' Andrea, F. (Venice) Flora. 

204. Malaspina, A. (Milan) A Swiss Mail Coach. ^ 

205. Gasperini, L. (Venice) The Eviction. 

206. Wolf (Venice). Summer. 

207. Wolf (Venice). A Venetian Girl. 

208. Van Elven, P. T. (Milan) A Caravan by the Dead Sea. 

NORTH WALL. 

209. Carcano, F. (Milan) Snowfall at Pescarenico. 
2Z0. De Matteis, A. (Chicago) Fruit. 

2ZZ. Bruenn, L. (Rome) The First-bom. 

2x3. Gtterra, A. (Badia di Cava) Sanctuary of la Cava. 

2x4. Quaranta, G. (Naples) A Country Milkwoman. 

2x5. Costa, A. (Genoa) The Side of St. Lorenzo Cathedral. 

2x6. Quaranta, G. (Naples) A Fruit Grove in Spring. 

217, Nobili, R. (Florence) Listening. 

2x8. Carcano, F. (Milan) Believers. 

2x9. Corrodi, H. (Rome) Tower of Charles V. at Spezia. 

220. Mu880, G. (Palermo) Visit to the Temple. 

22X. Quaranta, G. (Naples) Milanese Dairy Farm. 

222. Bnienn, L. (Rome) Music Hath Charms. 

223. Bolimbau (Leghorn). The Lady of the Pearl. 

224. Carcano, F. (Milan) Venice from the Lagoon. 
22S» Capone, G. (Maiori) A Good Piece of Game. 

226. Pctiti, F. (Rome) Sorrento Marine. 

227. De Matteis, A. (Chicago) Fruit. 

228. Capone, G. (Maiori) "Hush! There is Sister!* 

WEST WALL. 

229. Quaranta, G. (Milan) Blockaded. 

230. Ciardi, G. (Venice) On the Lagoon. 
23Z. Ciardi, G. (Venice) Canal of St. Mark. 

232. Ciardi, G. (Venice) A Southeast Wind. 

233. Ciardi, G. (Venice) The Basin of St. Georgio Venice. 

234. Ciardi, G. (Venice) Sunset at Vcr ice. 



ITALY— OIL PAINTINGS. 373 

935. Ciardi, G. (Venice) ^ Spring Clouds. 

236. Bazzaro, L. (Milan) The Second Nurse. 

SOUTH WALL. 

^. Guerra, A. (Badia di Cava) A Roman Flower GirL 

338. Berti, G. (Venice) On the Banks of the Brenta. 

239. Barucci, P. (Rome) On the Roman Apennines. 

240. Quaranta, G. (Milan) The Environs of Milan. 

241. MariotU, F. (Chicago) Portrait of Mrs. E. B . 

242. Da Molin, O. (Venice) The Ill-Fed. 

243. Menegazzi, C. (Venice) An Alpine Landscape. 

244. Quaranta, G. (Naples) Without the Sempione Gate. 

245. Bompiani, A. (Rome) On the Sly. 

246. Santoro, R. (Naples) In the Bay of Naples. 

WEST WALL. 

247. Lombardo-Calamia, G. (Palermo) Temple of Segesta, Sicily. 

248. Quaranta, G. (Milan) Flamenga. 

249. Bertolotti, C. (Milan) Louise. 

250. Quaranta, G. (Milan) Luino, Lake Maggiore. 

251. Capone, G. (Maiori) Curiosity (Costume of a Maiori). 

252. Battistini, L. (Coimbra) Labor and Death. 

253. Denza, Ciro (Naples). Sunset on the Bay of Naples. 

254. Wolf (Venice). A Venetian Girl. 

255. MoUica, A. (Naples) The Rivals. 



GALLERY 79— SCULPTURE. 

NUMBERS 256 TO 274, INCLUSIVE. 

256. Trenta e, G. (Florence) The Last of the Spartans. 

257. Bastiani (Florence). During the Vintage. 

258. Gain, R. (Milan) Othello. 

259. Galli, R. (Milan) Desdemona. 

260. Nelli, A. (Rome) The Satyr Unmasked. 

261. Barbella, C. (Castellamare, Adr.) The Farewell of the Bride. 

262. Quadrelli, £. (Milan) Giuseppe Verdi. 

263. Troubetskoy, P. (Milan) An Indian Scout. 

264. Troubetskoy, P. (Milan) Regrets. 

265. Troubetskoy, P. (Milan) An Arabian Steed at Rest. 

266. XimeneSy A. (Palermo) Caught. 

267. Trentanovc, G. (Florence) Mrs. Alfred G. Harrison. 

268. Calzolari, O. (Florence) Fraternal Love. 
26p. Luzi, A. (Rome) An Arab Shepherdt 



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374 WORLDS COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP T K — FINE ARTS. 

270. Maccagnani, £. (Rome) Isn*t it Cold? 

271. Troubetskoy, P. (Milan) A Bedouin with a Camel. 

272. Troubetskoy, P. (Milan) An Indian Warrior. 

273. Troubetskoy, P. (Milan) A Bedouin Steed. 

274. Gariboldi, £. (Milan) Stolen Pleasure. 



GALLERY 79— OIL PAINTINGS. 



NUMBERS 275 TO 314, INCLUSIVE. 
WEST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE NORTH SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE FROM THE ROTUNDA. 

275. Mariani, P. (Monza) Sunset in Liguria. 

276. Bordignon, N. (Venice) Mathelda. 

277. Prati, E. (Aniedo) First Flowers in Venice. 

278. Coen, S. (Venice) A Girl of the People. 

NORTH WALL. 

279. Lancerotto, E. (Venice) A Regatta at Venice. 

280. Nani, N. (Venice) The Consequences of Vice. 
28Z. Armenise, L. (Milan) The Village F6te. 

282. Corelli, A. (Rome) The Angelus on St. Peter's Day. 

283. Bordignon, N. (Venice) Emigrants. 

284. Gasperini, L. (Venice) The Golden Wedding. 

WEST WALL. 

285. Lancerotto, E. (Venice) The Madonna. 

286. Lancerotto, E. (Venice) Vanity Fair. 

287. De Tommasi, P. (Rome) Golden Dreams. 

288. Dall, Oca Bianca, A. (Verona) The Qaadrille. 

289. Moradci, A. (Ravenna) "Would You Like My Rose?" 

290. Corrodi, H. (Rome) The Convent of St. Lazaro. 

291. Bottero, G. (Turin) The Jurors. 

292. Corrodi, H. (Rome) Fisnermen at their Shrine. 

293. Carcano, F. (Milan) The Fall of the Balloon. 

294. Carcano, F. (Milan) The Lombard Plain. 

295. Carcano, F. (Milan) Rest of the Fishermen at Chioggia. 

296. Tarenghi, E. (Rome) Contemplation. 

SOUTH WALL. 



297. Denza, Cero (Naples). Sunset on the Bay of Naples. 

298. Battaglia, D. (Naples) Pergolese Rehearsing his Stabat. 

299. Carcano, F. (Milan) Harvest of Indian Corn. 



ITALY — OIL PAINTINGS. 375 

90O. Mandsii, F. (Naples) A Charge of Cavalry. 

30Z. Martinetti, M. (Rome) Malaria. 

302. Corrodiy H. (Rome) The Overflow of the Nile at the Pyramids. 

3c^ Sartorelliy F. (Venice) On the Lagoon. 

304. CarcanOy F. (Milan) Iseo Lake. 

305. Bruenn, L. (Rome) A Summer Afternoon in a Roman Villa. 

306. Zanctti, Miti F. (Venice) The Public Gardens of Venice. 

307. Nani, N. (Venice) Teasing Surprise. 

308. Tano, E. (Florence) A Tuscan Farm. 

309. BaUaglia, D. (Naples) A Stable with Cattle. 

WEST WALL. 

320. Corteggiani, M. (Palermo) The Capucins* Catacombs. 

31 z. Buzzaro, L. (Milan) The Second Nurse. 

3x2. Boldini, G. (Paris) Portrait of Miss 

313. Boldini, G. (Paris) Portrait of a Girl. 

324. Boldlni, G. (Paris) Portrait of a Lady. 



GALLERY SO-SCULPTURE. 

(THE ROTUNDA.) 

NUMBERS 315 TO 330, INCLUSIVE. 

3x5. Nelli, A. (Rome) H. M. King Humbert of Italy. 

3x6. Bazzaro, £. (Milan) At the Cafe ChajtCant. 

3x7. Bazzaro, £. (Milan) Bedouin Mother. 

3x8. Troubctskoy, P. (Milan) The Times. 

3x9. Bistolfi, L. (Rome) Portrait of Prof. T. 

320. Bardi, A. (Carrara) America. 

32X. Maltoni, A. (Ravenna) Disinherited. 

322. De Paoli, L. (Pordenone) Icarus. 

323. Bardi, A. (Carrara) Europe. 

324. Luzi, A. (Rome) President Cleveland. 

325. Bistolfi, L. (Rome) Portrait of Mr. 

326. Bardi, A. (Carrara) Asia. 

327. Gugliandolo, V. (Messina) Rosa Donato, Sicilian Heroine. 

328. Barbella, C. (Castellamare, Adriatico) Noli me Tangere. 

329. Bardi, A. (Carrara) Africa. 

330. Bistolfi, L. (Rome) Portrait of Mrs. 



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GALLERIES 60 AND 6L 

REPRODUCTIONS OF CLASSICAL BRONZES (MOSTLY FROM 
THE EXCAVATIONS OF POMPEII AND HERCULANEUM.) 
FROM THE ORIGINALS IN THE NATIONAL MUSEUM, NAPLES* 

THESE REPRODUCTIONS MAY BE ORDERED OF SIGNOR ANGELO DEL NERO. 

(this COLLECTION HAS BEEN PURCHASED FOR 
THB ST. LOUIS MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS.) 

NUMBERS 331 TO 441, INCLUSIVE. 

GALLERY 6L 

331. Psyche. 

532. The Mercury of Gian Bologna. 

333. Adoration. 

334. Ptolemy Lathros. 

335. Ptolemy Soter. 

ON TOP OF GLASS CASE A. 

336. Faun with a Wine Skin. (Statuette.) 

337. Figure of Winged Victory. (Statuette.) 
33iB« Cupid with a Dolphin. (Statuette.) 
339« Cupid with a Jug. (Statuette.) 

INSIDE OF GLASS CASE A, 



340. 


Steelyard. (Hanging from top.) 


34X. 


Dolphin Lamp. (Hanging from top.) 


343. 


Steelyard. (Hanging from top.) 


343* 


Satyr and Pan-pipes Lamp. 


344- 


Human Foot Lamp. 


345- 


Statuette of Faun. 


346. 


Epicurus (with inscription). 


347. 


Fortune on the Globe. (Statuette.) 


348. 


Apollo with Lyre. (Statuette.) 


349- 


Jug with Figure. 


350. 


Stag's Head Cup. 


351. 


Jug with Goats. 


352* 


Venus at her Toilet 


353- 


Bat Lamp. 


354* 


Juno Vase. 


3S5* 


Young Satyr with Thyrsos, 


356. 


Eagle Jug. 


357- 


Hermarchus (with inscription). 


358. 


Demosthenes (with incription). 


359- 


Abundance. 



ITALY — SCULPTURE. 377 

ON TOP OF GLASS CASE B. 



360. Cupid with a Vase. 

561. Faun with a Wine Skin. 

362. Faun Astride a Wine Skin. 

363. Faun with a Dog. 

364. Cupid with a Mask. 

INSIDE OF GLASS CASK B. 

365. Silenus Lamp. 

366. Zeno Citiacus. 

367 Mortar Cup with Grapes. 

368. Agrippina. 

369. Cupid and Goose Lamp. 

370. Three-light Lamp. (Hanging from top.) 
37X. Ram*s-head Jug. 

372. Jug with Faun. 

373. Ap polio Vase-handle. 

374. Lucius Caecilius Jucundus. 

375. Sea-Horse Jug. 

376. Cupid and Dolphin. 

377. Small Jug. 

378. Knocker— Medusa's Head. 

379. Knocker — Medusa's Head, with Tongue Out. 

380. Venus Anadyomene. 

381. High Relief Knocker, with Medusa's Head. 

382. Jug with Satyr. 

383. Metrodorus. 

384. Centaur Vase. (Nickel.) 

385. Ruvo Cup. 

386. Doryphorus. 

GALLERY 60. 

3B7. Head of Dante. 

388. Cupid with a Dolphin. 

389. Sleeping Faun. 

390. Cupid and Goose. 
39Z. Alexander. 

392. A Drunken Faun. 

393. Campanello (gong). 

394. Armor of a Gladiator (helmet). 

395. Armor of a Gladiator (greave). 

396. Armor of a Gladiator (greave). 

397. Narcissus. 

398. Mercury in Repose. 

399. Amazon on Horseback. 

400. The Dancing Faun. 

40X. Demosthenes (with inscription). 

402. The Angler. 



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403. 


Scipio African us. 


404. 


Apollo with Plectrum. 


405. 


A Gazelle. 


406, 


Silenus and Bacchus. 


407. 


A Gazelle. 


408. 


Apollo Hermaphroditus. 


409. 


Youth. 


410. 


Faun with a Wine Skin. 


411. 


Seneca. 


412. 


Wrestler or Runner. 


413. 


Hermes. 


414. 


Sylla. 


415. 


Apollonius. 


416. 


Bearded Dionisius. 


4x7. 


Berenice. 


418. 


Sylla. 


419. 


Democritus. 


420. 


Archytas. 


421. 


Ptolemy Alexander. 


422. 


Heraclitus. 


423. 


Youth with Chlamys. 


424. 


Amazon. 


435. 


Archaic Apollo. 


426. 


Westler or Runner. 


427. 


Ptolemy Philadelphus. 


428. 


Sappho. 


429. 


A Dancer. 


430. 


A Dancer. 


431. 


A Dancer. 


432. 


Candelabrum. 


433- 


The Borghese Faun. 


434* 


A Dancer. 


435. 


A Dancer. 


436. 


A Dancer. 


437. 


Agrippina. 


438. 


Silenus. 


439. 


Tripod-Satyrs. 


440. 


Hercules Taming a Stag. 


44X. 


Tripod-Sphynxes. 



ITALY — WATER COLORS. S79 



Group 141-Water Colors. 

GALLERY 61— NUMBERS 442 TO 472 INCLUSIVE. 

NORTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE EAST SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 62. 

44a. Corelli, A. (Rome) Woman of Latium. 

443. Crisafi, N. (Palermo) Monte Pellegrino. 

444. Nobili, R. (Florence) Service at St. Mark's, Venice. 

445. Lessi, Tito (Florence). The Bibliophile. 

446. Crisafi, N. (Palermo) Guadagna on River Oreto. 

447. Aureli, G. (Rome) Presentation of Monsieur Richelieu to Henry IV. 

448. Corelli, A. (Rome) Serenata. 

449. Rossi, L. (Paris) Reception at the Doge*s Palace. 

450. Capranica, Grillo G. (Rome) Truth. 

451. Capranica, Grillo G. (Rome) Nennella. 
453. Capranica, Grillo G. (Rome) Thecla. 
453. Da Molin, O. (Venice) A Fisher's Head. 
454« Martinetti, M. (Rome) A Beggar. 

455. Simoni, G. (Rome) Fruit Market, Sorrento. 

456. Guardabassi, G. (Rome) The Scholar Monk. 

457. Battaglia, A. (Rome) Mower Girls in the Campagna. 

458. Pennacchini, D. (Rome) The Lost Child. 

459. Barbarini, S. (Modena) Still Water. 

460. De Tommasi, P. (Rome) Making Ready for the Procession. 
46Z. DeTommasi, P. (Rome) Puzzled. 

46a. Guardabassi, G. (Rome) Holy Water Cup, St. Peter's. 

463. Tiratelli, C. (Rome) The Patron Saint Day. 

464. Simoni, G. (Rome) The Last Day of the Ramadan. 

465. Pennacchini, D. (Rome) Tarantella. 

466. Corelli, A. (Rome) Man of Latium. 



Group 143-Engravings, Etc 

(REGIA CALCOGRAFIA, ROME) 

GALLERY 60— NUMBERS 467 TO 494, INCLUSIVE. 

NORTH WALL. 

467. Heliodorus. (After Raphael.) 

468. Dispute of the Sacrament. (After Raphael.) 




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EAST WALL. 

469. Prison of St. Peter. (After Raphael.) 

470. Mount Parnassus. (After Raphael.) ' 

471. Sybilla Cumana. (After Raphael.) 

472. Transfiguration. (After Raphael.) 

. 473. Madonna Regia of Naples. (After Raphael.) 

SOUTH WALL. 

474. Prophet Ezekiel. (After Michael Angelo.) 

475. Attila. (After Raphael.) 

476. Sybilla Delphica. (After Michael Angelo.) 

477. The Prophet Jeremiah. (After Michael Angelo.) 

478. The Prophet Joel. (After Michael Angelo.) 

WEST WALL. 

479. Moses. (After Michael Ang^elo.) 

480. Miracle of Bolzena. (After Severati.) 

481. Fire of the Bdrgo. (After Raphael.) 

482. Sybilla Persica. (After Michael Angelo.) 

483. Sybilla Eritrea. (After Michael Angelo.) 

484. The Prophet Isaiah. (After Michael Angelo.) 

485. The Prophet Daniel. (After Michael Angelo.) 

NORTH WALL. 

486. Calves. 

487. Innocenzo X. (After Velasquez.) 

488. The Violinist of Raphael. (After Trevenin.) 

489. Marino Palace* Milan. 

490. The Prophet Jonah. (After Michael Angelo.) 

491. The Iconoclasts. (After D. Morelli.) 
49a. Asses. 

493. Madonna with Child. (After Murillo.) 

494. Lisa Gioconda. (After Leonardo da Vinci.) 



CENTRAL PAVILION-SCULPTURES 

NUMBERS 495 TO 539. INCLUSIVE. 

WEST COURT.' 

495. Spalmach, O. (Rome) Romeo and Juliet. 

496. Tabacchi, O. (Turin) ^ Baigneuse. 

497. Zocchi, C. (Florence) Rebecca. 

498. Canessa (Genoa). Carla. 

499. Tabacchi, O. (Turin) Tuffolina. 

500. Atbacini, A. (Rome) Roman Type. 

501. Albaciniy A. (Rome) Pompeiian Water Girl. 

502. Spalmach, O. (Rome) Pereat. 

503. Astorri, E. (Milan) Serenade. 



ITALY — SCULPTURE. 



381 



504. Ferrari, £tt. (Rome) Lincoln Dying. 

505. Oliyari, G. (Genoa) Bronze Wreath. 

506. Gariboldi, £. (Milan) A Minstrel. 

507. Albacini, A. (Rome) Bathing Woman. 

508. Bardi, A. (Carrara) Flower Girl. 

509. Canessa (Genoa). Willard. 

510. Garella, A. (Florence) Fishing. 
5x1. Galli, R. (Milan) Mandolinata. 

512. Albacini, A. (Rome) Pompeiian Flower GirL 

513. Bertone (Florence). Fruit Seller. 

514. Galli, R. (Milan) Page. 

515. Bardi, A. (Carrara) The Angel of the Resurrection. 

516. Calyi, P. (Milan) Zelika. 

517. Argenti, G. (Milan) Modesty. 
5x8. Galli, R. (Milan) Bebe. 

5x9. Bardi, A. (Carrara) Labor. 

520. Bardi, A. (Carrara) Physics. 

521. Bardi, A. (Carrara) Fidelity. 

522. Bardi, A. (Carrara) Sea Nymph. 

523. Bardi, A. (Carrara) Mechanics. 

524. Bardi, A. (Carrara) <Genius of Science. 

525. Monzini, G. (Clivio) Flora. 

526. Monzini, G. (Clivio) Modesty. 

527. Albacini, A. (Rome) Roman Type. 

528. Garella, A. (Florence) The Love Letter. 

529. Layezzari, G. (Genoa) The Fisher Boy. 

530. Nelli, A. (Rome) Ismael. 
53X. Gonella, £. (Milan) Curiosity. 

532. Troubestkoy, P. (Milan) Model of a Monument to Dante. 

533. Troubestkoy, P. (Milan) Model of a Monument to Garibaldi. 
^. Ventura, A. (Milan) Incroyable. 

535. Galimberti, G. (Milan) Alpine Guide. 

536. Gariboldi, £. (Milan) Communism. 

537. Astorri, £. (Milan) Friendship. 

538. Andreoni, O. (Rome) Cupid. 

539. Bracony, L. (Paris) £cho (Marble). (Lately removed to gallery 77.) 



VKOF. S. CHOVO. 



JAPAN 



Imperial Commissioners, 

Hon. n. yamataki, 
Hon. s. tejima, 

5S03 Cornai! Avenue 



Examiner of Art Works, 

s. amano, 

5503 Cornell Avenae> 



Officer in Charge of Exhibits, 
S. CHOYO". 



For information concerning exhibits for 
sale, apply to Mr. S. Choyo, Gallery 
24. West Court, Central Pavilion. 

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JAPAN. 



THE NUMBERS TO WHICH THIS CATALOGUE REFERS 

ARE PRINTED IN RED. 

MANY OF THESE EXHIBITS ARE FOR SALE. PRICES 
MAY BE OBTAINED FROM MR. S. CHOYO, GALLERY 64. 



Groups 139 to 14? Inclusive. 



The art productions of Japan, differing so widely from those of Western 
nations, and the installation being made to secure the best artistic effect in the 
space at command, there has been little attempt to separate the different 
groups of the classification. In cataloguing the exhibits, therefore, the order 
of installation has been followed rather than the order of classification. 



WEST COURT- 
NUMBERS 1 TO 9, INCLUSIVE. 
ALCOVE 98. 

BEGINNING IN THE CENTER OF THE SPACE AT THE ENTRANCE. 

z. Niwa, Keisk^. Yasaka Pagoda. (Wood.) With separate model iii 
wood, showing details of the construction of a pagoda. (On pedestals.) 

2. Okazaki, Sessei. Kongoriki. (Bronze.) (On pedestal.) 

3. Okazaki, Sessei. An Eagle. (Bronze.) (On pedestal.) 

4. Okazaki, Sessei. A Pair of Dragons in Clouds over the Water. 

(Bronze.) 

5. Ishikawa, Mitsuaki. Kannon — The Goddess of Mercy. (Ivory.) 

EAST WALL OF ALCOVE. 

6. Taki, Katei. Peacocks. (Painting.) 

SOUTH WALL OF ALCOVE. 

7. lida, Shinhichi. A pair of embroidered wall screens. 

8. Yamada, Kisai. A Wrestler. (Wood.) 

WEST WALL OF ALCOVE. 

9. Nogcbi, Yukok, A Group of Carp, with Water Weeds. (Painting.) 



JAPAN. 385 

GALLERY 24. 

NUMBERS 10 TO 100, INCLUSIVE. 

THIS PRINCIPAL GALLERY OF THE JAPANESE SECTION IS 
SEPARATED BY SCREENS INTO THREE SECTIONS. 

SECTION 1, 

NORTH WALL. 

BEGINNING ON THE WEST SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE FROM ALCOVE 98. 

10. Kono, Bairei. A Landscape in Autumn. (Painting.) 

EAST WALL. 

zi. Kawashima, Jimbei. Wall hanging. (Kawashima Isur^.) Nikko. (A 
Festival Procession.) 

12. Hashimoto, Gaho. A Landscape in Misty Atmosphere. (Painting.) 

SOUTH WALL. 

13. Kmagai, Naohiko. A Landscape. (Painting.) 

14. Watanabe, Seitei. Roosters on a Cart in the Snow. (Painting.) 
iS, Kajima, Ippu. Landscape. (On metallic plate.) 

x6. KanO, Natsuo. Herons Among the Reeds. (Metal plaque.) 
17. Kagawa, Katsuhiro. Monkeys Playing with Insects. (On metal plate.) 
z8. Unno, Shomin. Kanjogaka, A 'W<7"-Dance. (Metal plaque.) 
19. ShOami, Katsuyoshi. A Bird on the Nandia Japonica, in Snow. (Metal 
plaque.) 

WEST WALL. 

90. Kishi, Chikdo. A Tigress. (Painting.) 

31. Ishikawa, Mitsuaki Sekiza (Kannon Sitting on the Rock). (Wood.) 

33. Unno, Shomin. An Arat with a Dog of Fo. (On tablet in a medallion.) 

33. Unno, Shomin. Frog: — The Hermit. (On tablet in a medallion.) 

34. Namikawa, Sosk^. The Top of Fujisan. (Cloisonne, without wire.) 

35. Okazaki, Sessei. Benten, Goddess of Music. (Bronze.) 

36. Mrakami, Tetsdo. Nitta Yoshisada. 

37. Kishi, Chikd5. A Fight between a Kite and a Crow. (Painting.) 

NORTH WALL. 

38. Og'ata, Cekko. A Festival of Sanno (a temple) at Edo. (Painting.) 

ON A PEDESTAL. 

39. Takamca, Koun. An Old Monkey with the Feathers of an Eagle. 

(Cherry wood.) 
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IN GLASS CASE— No. 1. 

JO. Namikawa, Yasuyuki. A pair of vases. (Cloisonne.) 

31. Jomi, Eisk^. A *W<9" Dance. (On a red copper vasa 

32. Yoshida, Shiuzo. Cherry Flowers, Maple Leaves, etc. (On metal box.) 

33. Kuroba, Gimbei. Three Sages. (On metal.) 

34. Ito, Katsuyoshi. Card receiver, with flawers and birds. (Metal.) 

35. Tsukada, Shukyo. An Eagle on a Rock. (On metal incense box.) 

36. Sg^uira, a pair of metal vases with figures behind curtains. (Exhibited 

by Otsuka Takzo.) 

37. Shoami,. Katsuyoshi. {a) Silver incense-burner, with designs represent- 

ing spring plants and fowls. (3) Incense box, with stand; with deco- 
ration of autumn chrysanthemums. 

38. Tsttkada, Shukyo. Card receiver. (Metal.) 

39. Sawada, Ginjinro. Sixteen Arats. (On metal incense box.) 

40. Essai, Masami (Kotanino). Card receiver with Spring Scene. 

41. Funakcshi, Shummin. Peacock and Peony. (On metal box.) 

42. Kanaya, Gorosabro. A small table-screen, with Bamboo, Moon, etc 

(Metal.) 

43. Morimra, Ichitaro. Lacquered cabinet. 

44. Kagawa, Katsuhiro. A pair of vases. (Metal.) 



SECTION 2. 

NORTH WALL. 

BEGINNING ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE FROM SECTION 1. 

45. Suzki, ShOnen. Spring Scenery. (Painting.) 

46. Hasegawa, Gyokjun (Kinkakji.) The Temple of the Golden Pavilion. 

(Painting.)' 

EAST WALL. 

47. Hashimoto, Chikanob. Customs in the Tokgawa Period. (Painting.) 

48. K086, Shdseki. A Great Japanese Teacher-— Shotoktaishi. (Painting.) 

49. Imao, Keinen. A Group of Carp. (Painting.) 

50. Tsulzawa, Tanshin (Oshokun). An Old Chinese Court Lady. (Paint- 

ing.) 

SOUTH WALL. 

51. Araki, Kampo. A Rooster and a Hen among Banana Plants by the 

Water Side when it is Raining. (Water color painting on silk.) 

52. Kawada, Shibataro. Hotel (one of the Seven Gods of Fortune) with a 

Child. (Cloisonne.) 

53. Suzki, Shonen. A Snow Scene. (Painting.) 

54. Tanigcbi, Kokyo. A Cherry Blossom Picnic in the Middle Ages. 

55. Nomra, Bunkyo. A Landscape during Rain. (Painting.) 

WEST WALL. 

56. Ib^da, Sliinsai. The Kawanakajima Battle. (Painting.) 



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JAPAN. 387 

57. Nishimra, Sozaemon. Waterfall at the source of the Hotzgawa. (Em- 

broidered panel.) 

NORTH WALL. 

58. Sgitani, Sessho. A Landscape in black and white on silk. (Painting.) 

59. Kikchi, Hobun. Herons by a Pine Tree alongside the Water. (Paint- 

ing.) 

. ON PEDESTAL IN CENTER. 

te. Otek6, Norikni. A Rooster with a long tail on a Plum Tree, beneath 
which are a hen and little chickens. (Bronze.) 



SECTION 3. 



NORTH AND EAST WALLS. 

BBGINNING ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE FROM SECTION 2. 

6i. Nishimra, Sozaemon. A six panel screen, decorated with embrpidery. 
(Kyoto Higashiyama scenery.) 

SOUTH WALL. 

IN GLASS CASE 2 — BEGINNING AT EAST END. 

63. Sasaki, Seihichi. The Gion Festival. (In textile fabric.) 

63. SeijigaUha. Incense burner. (Porcelam.) 

64. Miyagawa, Kozan. Peach-blow' vase. Crawling dragon design. 

65. Slijigasha. A pair of flower vases. (Incised metal.) 

66. Miyagawa, Kozan. Peach-blow vase. Flying dragon design. 

67. Higchi, Halzan6. A flower vase; rice grains. (Porcelain.) 

IN GLASS CASE 3— BEGINNING AT EAST END. 

68. Cawaahima, Jimbei. Wall hanging flower-basket. (Kawashima Tsu- 

zr^.) 
69b STamada, Kisai. Heidchi Monogatari (A military procession of the 
olden time). (Wood.) 

70. Ikeda, Taishin. Enoshima Scenery. (Lacquer panel.) 

71. Morishita, Morihachi. Lacquer box. Black ground with fan patterns. 
73. Kawanobe, Itcho. Gold-lacquered double box» with tray. Flower deco- 
ration. 

73. AosnO,' Sozabro. Lacquered box 

74. SeihQ, Yobei. A whit« vase with tree peony patterns. 

75. Miyagawa, K6zin, Va«e. Dragon and waves pattern. 

76. SalhO, Yohei. Celadon vase. 

77. Tasakit Sakan {$5m). The Top of Fujisao. (Paiiiting.) 

78. Mocbi^ki, Gyoksen. Fish in the Hotzgawa Kiver. (Painting.) 

79. Itaao, Keinen. Monk'^ Running from an Eagle. (Painting.) 



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NORTH WALL. 

80. Kawabata, Gyoksho. A Toy Seller. (Painting.) 
8z. Mrass, Gyokden. Japanese Pheasants. (Painting.) 

ON TOP OF GLASS CASE NO. 4 (iN CENTER). 

82. lida, Shinhichi. The Ranzan Rapids. (Embroidered paneL) 

IN GLASS CASE NO. 4. 

83. Morishita, Morihachi. Lacquer box. Gold ground with butterflies and 

wisteria. (With tray.) 

84. Sawada, Jiro. Double box lacquered with chrysanthemums. (With tray.) 

85. Igarashi^ Tajiro. A table. (Lacquer.) (Exhibited by Hirasawa Kisabro.) 

86. Igarashi, Tajiro. Writing case. (Exhibited by Hirasawa Kisabro.) 

(Nos. 85 and 86 belong together.) 

87. Igarashi, Tajiro. Gold lacquer box. (Exhibited by Yokoyama Ryuhei.) 

88. Nihon Makie Gaisha. A cake box. 

89. Nihon Makie Gaisha. A cake box. 

90. Nihon Makie Gaisha. A writing case. 

91. Igarashi, Tajiro. Box and writing case. (Lacquer.) (Exhibited by Yoko- 

yama Ryuhei.) 

92. Kobayashi, Kojiro. Writing case. (Lacquer, with chrysanthemum desigiv) 

93. Matsuoka, Kichiheri. A writing case. (Lacquer.) 

94. Kawagchi, RyQzo. A small mcense burner. (Cloisonne.) 

95. Nishimra, Biun. Hana Kanon. (Wood.) 

96. Namekawa, Sadakatsu. Top on globular iron censer. — Carp and Turtle 

design. 

97. Asahi, Meido (Hats). A Japanese-boy with a dove and a cat. (Ivory.) 

98. Asahi, Gyokzan. AskuU. (Ivory.) (In the hands of figure No. 99.) 

99. Okiokaf (Asahi Eizo). Ikkyu— a great Japanese thinker. (Rosewood.) 
coo. Shimamra, Shummei (Kamatari). A Japanese Warrior of olden time. 

(Ivory.) 



WEST COURT— SECOND FLOOR. 



EAST END (NEXT TO ROTUNDA). 



SCREEN I— NORTH SIDE. 

lox. Tanigchi, Taichi. Peacocks on a Pomegranate Tree. (Painting.) 

102. Miyake, Gokyo. . . Cats, butterflies and peony. 

SCREEN II— SOUTH SIDE. - 

103. Kobayasbi, Qokya. A Flock of Ducks. :. ; 

104. Hara, .Ryutaro. A Falcon on a Pine Tree. (Painting.)* 

X05. Mumemura, Keisan.- Autumn Flowen iiv Moonlight. ^(PaiQtiog.V 



JAPAN. 389 

• EAST WALL — (PANEL 167). 

X06. Mraoka, Oto. A 'W<?" Dance. (Painting.) 

107. Takahashi, Gyokuen. A Flock of Ducks. (Painting.) 

SCREEN II— NORTH SIDE. 

108. UjtJ, Yajiro. A Group of Carp. (Painting.) 

X09. Merit Shungak. An Eagle watching his Prey from a Tree. (Painting.) 

SCREEN II— SOUTH SIDE. 

xxo. Suzuki, Kason. One of six paintings in the Nikko Temple. 
ixx. Suzuki, Kason. One of six paintings in the Nikko Temple. 
XX2. Suzuki, Kason. One of six paintingc in the Nikko Temple. 

ON A LONG STAND OCCUPYING THE CENTRAL SPACE. 

XX3 Suzuki, Chokichi. Twelve falcons. (Bronze.) Made under the designs and 
instruction of the exhibitor, Hayashi Tadamasa, Tokyo. A combina- 
tion of Sculpture, Casting and the production of Patina. The result of 
four years of labor. 

SCREEN III— NORTH SIDE. 

XX4. Suzuki, Kason. One of six paintings in the Nikko Temple. 
1x5. Suzuki, Kason. One of six paintings in the Nikko Temple. 
xx6. Suzuki, Kason. One of six paintings in the Nikko Temple. 

SCREEN III— SOUTH SIDE. 

XX7. Asae, Ryukyo. A Peacock on a Cherry Tree. (Painting.) 
xx8. Fuju, Gyoksho. Birds and Flowers. (Painting.) 

EAST WALL— (PANEL 148.) 

XX9. Yuikd, Masaaki. ' A Battle (Maeda Inuchiyo). (Painting.) 
xao. Hada, Gesshu. Kinkakuji Temple. (Painting.) 

SCREEN IV— NORTH SIDE. 

X2X. Takeuchi, Seiho. A Landscape. (Painting.) 
122. Yaoiainoto, Shunkyo. Snow Scenery. (Painting.) 

SCREEN IV— SOUTH SIDE. 

X23. Kawabe, Mitate. The Battle of Nambok Court. (Painting.) 
X24. Takahashi, Gyokuen. Cherry Tree and Swallows. (Painting.) 
X35. Ikeda, Keisen. A Flock of Ducks. (Painting.) 

SOUTH COURT-SECOND FLOOR. 

NORTH END (NEXT TO ROTUNDA.) 

xa6. Watano, Kichiji. A pair of vases with censer. Hydrangea design. 
X27. Miyagawa, Kozan. A pair of vases. Dragons in conventional waves, 

incised. 
xafi. Kate, Tomataro. A landscape on a vase. 
X29. Watano, Kichiji. A censer with peacock-top. 



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150. Taizan, Yobei. A vase with chrysanthemum decoration. 

131. Miyag^wa, Kozan. A vase with plum-blossom decoration on a yellow 

ground. 

NORTH WALL (PANEL 144). 

132. ShObei, Shiino. A panel of embroidery. A landscape. 

IN GLASS CASE No. 5— WEST SIDE. 

133. Shobeiy Shiino. An embroidered panel. A bird on a plum tree. 

IN GLASS CASE No. 5— EAST SIDE. 

234. Shobei, Shiino. An embroidered panel. A hoo bird on a kiri tree. 

135. Su2ttki, Chokichi. An Eagle. (Bronze.) 

IN GLASS CASE No. 6— WEST SIDE. 

136. lida, Shinhichi. A wall h^ging of cut velvet. 

237. Tanaka, Soyu. A gate of the Nikko Temple. (Higrashimon.) 

IN GLASS CASE No. 6— EAST SIDE. 

138. Omnra, Wakichiro. A pair of embroidered curtains. Peacocks aod 

chrysanthemums. 

139. Moriyama, Yoshihei. Textile fabric, in flower pattern. 

SCREEN V— WEST SIDE. 

140. Kano, Tomonobu. Heichi Battle. (Painting.) 

SCREEN V— EAST SIDE. 

141. Nakagawa, Soske. Rice Field and Rising Sun. (Painting.) 

142. Kubota, Beisen. Two Eagles Carrying off a Rabbit. ( Painting.) 

143. Kael-yama, Tokusabro. "Hakkok." (Painting.) 

IN GLASS CASE No. 7--WEST SIDE. 

144. Omura, Wakichiro. A pair of embroidered wall hangings. 

IN GLASS CASE No. 8— EAST SIDE. 

145. Nishimra, Sozaemon. Screen of Yuzen cut velvet. Ducks among 

Reeds. 

IN GLASS CASE No. 9— BOTH SIDES. . 

346. Nishimra, Sozaemon. Six panel screen, with embroidered front and 
Yuzen cut velvet back. 



EAST COURT. 



WEST END (NEXT TO ROTUNDA). | 

ON A PEDESTAL. j 



147. Fttjita, Bunz5. Victory. (Plaster.) 



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SCREEN VI— SOUTH SIDE. 

148. Andfl, Chiutato. A Temple. (Oil painting.) 

149. AndO, Chiatato. Flower Sight-seers. (Oil painting.) 

ON A PEDESTAL. 

150. Fojita, Bunzo. Temptation. (Plaster.) 

SCREEN VI— NORTH SIDE. 

151. Kobayaahi, Mango. A Shiba Temple. 

152. Shiino, Shobey. Landscape with Fujisan. (Embroidery.) 

WEST WALL— PANEL No. 167. 

153. Takenouchi, Kyuichi. Yuima— A Chinese Buddhist Sage. (Ladqucr 

carvmg.) 

ON A PEDESTAL. 

154. Ynga, S. The Kondo Tennoji Temple. (Wood.) 

IN GLASS CASE No. 1(X-S0UTH SIDE. 

155. Nishimra, Sdzaemon. Peacocks on a Pine Tree. (Embroidered wall 

hanging.) 

IN GLASS CASE No. 10—NORTH SIDE. 

COLLECTION OF SOLID COLOR PORCELAINS. 

156 to 2x2, inclusive. Makz, Kozan. A collection of solid color porcelains, 
exhibited by Hayasni Tadamasa, Tokyo. (57 specimens.) 

2x3. Miyagawa, Kdzan. A pair of vases ornamented with reproductions of 
characteristic examples of the various kinds of old Japanese and Chi- 
nese pottery, Dorceiains, etc., giving a historical review of the art 

IN GLASS CASE No. 11. 

COLLECTION OF DECORATED KYOTO EARTHENWARE. 

2x4 to 253, inclusive. Hayaahi, Tadamasa. A collection of decorated Kyoto 
earthenware. An attempt to revive the lost art by Tozan, under the 
instruction and design of the exhibitor. 

IN GLASS CASE No. 12— SOUTH SIDE. 

COLLECTION OF SOLID COLOR PORCELAINS. 

354 to 3S3» inclusive. Takemoto, Hayata. A collection of one hundred vari- 
eties of solid color porcelains. Exhibited by Hayashi Tadamasa, 
Tokyo. 

These pieces are the fruit of ten yean of etndy and labor in the effort, to reTive the 
loflt arts of China and Japan. These works are the last results of the artistes nntixing 
labor and numberless experiments. They were made especially for exhibition at the 
World*s Colombian Exposition. The artist's over-exertion led to his nntimely death. 
He died shortly after the last of these pieces were taken from the oven. 

354. Namekawa, Sosuk^. Bottle. Translucent green enamel on silver. 
Exhibited by Hayashi Tadamasa, Tokyo. 



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355. Namekawa, Sosuk6. Bottle. Marbled pink enamel. Exhibited by 

Hayasbi Tadamasa, Tokyo. 
556. Namekawa, Sosuk^. Bottle. Marbled blue enamel. Exhibited by 

Hyashi Tadamasa, Tokyo. 
357. Namekawa, Sosuk^. Enameled picture of a white rooster and hen. 

Exhibited by Hayashi Tadamasa, Tokyo. 
3S8« Takemoto, Hayato. Vase of brown porcelain. 
359* Takemoto, Hayato. Vase of polychromatic porcelain. 

ON A PEDESTAL. 

360. Takeuchi, Kyuicbi. Gigeiten.— A Buddhist mythological personage. 

(Wood carving, colored.) 

IN GLASS CASE NO. 12— NORTH SIDE. 

361. Nishimra, S5zaemon. A wall hanging of Yuzen cut velvet, the eight 

Scenes oft)mi. 

ON A STAND. 

^. Isogaya, S. Sengen palace in Shizuoka. (Wood.) 

ON THREE SCREENS. 

363. Kokka-Sha. Colored prints. Three frames from wood cuts showing 
the process of producing a finished illustration in color. 



364. Kokka-Sha. Xylographs for the monthly magazine. 

2fiS. Kokka-Sha. Xylographic blocks. 

366. Takenouchi, Kyuichi (Shiteuno). A Buddhist Ethnological Creatore. 

(Wood.) 

367. Nishiwo, Kisabro (T6ky5). Group of Tortoises. (Bronze.) 

368. Wakai, Kanesabro (Tokyo). A Falcon. (Bronze.) 

369. Wakai, Kanesabro (Tokyo). A Heron. (Silver.) 

370. Wakai, Kanesabro (Tokyo). The Buddhist Goddess of Mercy. (Ivory.) 

371. Morikawa, Sobun. A Herd of Stags. (Painting.) 

372. Matsuoka, Kichihei. Small lacquer box. 

373. Matsuoka. Small rectangular box. (Lacquer.) 

374. Miyamoto, Kats. Incense box. 

EAST COURT— GROUND FLOOR— WEST END OF COURT. 

UNDER A CANOPY. 

375. Su2uki, Shirozayemon (Yokohama). Two vases and an incense b'omar, 

in Cloisonne. 

Theae throe pieoee are the largest examples of Cloisonnd enamel ever made. ^rheTaaes 
are eight feet eight inches high. Work upon them was begun in 1890 and iiniahed In 
January, 188S. They were designed especially for exhibition at the World'a Coinm Man 
Exposition, and npon their completion were viewed by the Empress of Japan. 

The designs on the vases were the idea of Mr. Shin 8hiwoda« Special CoanaeUorfor 
Arte of the Japanese Commission to the World's Colombian Exposition. Their mann- 
factore was undertaken by Mr. Shirozayemon Sozoki, of Yokohama, with the 00-opem- 
tion of M r. Seizayemon Tsnnekawa* at Nagoya. The original design was painted by Mr. 
Kanpo Axaki, of TOkyO, and the black ink sketch on the copper was made by KioMd 



JAPAN. 



393 



Oda, of Nagoya. The men dirootly in ohaige of making the Taaes were GisabiuoTnika- 
motoand Kihio yeHayaahi,of Toehima. The design for the wood earring ivaa made 
by Setsoko Nishiyama, of Nagoya» and the oairing was done l»y KinMbmo Yegodii, of 
Nagoya. The bionieAmerioan eagle was made by TokimoneSoginn, of TOkyO. Hie 
general design represents the seasons of the year: the group of ohiekens typifying 
spring; the dragon, summer, and the two eai^ee, aatomn; while on the veTsree, with 
two red eagles, a winter soene is portrayed. The same design also symboliBes three 
▼irtose —wisdom, honestj and strength, symbolised respectiTely,by the dragon, e h i ck spa 
and eagles. 

Another idea oonveyed by the front design is, that the dragon typifies China; the two 
eagles, Russia; the group of efaiokens, the Gorean lelands, and the rising son, the 
Bmpize of Japan; while the bronie eagle on the ooTer of the oenser is the American 



The sUver stars inlaid on the horiiontal red and white stripes on the top of the 
and oenser are emblematic of the American stars and stripes, while the chrysantb^ 
mums and other Imperial floral emblems strewn on the stripee aymbdliae the dose 
friendship between Japan and the United States. Hie handles of the Tases are shaped 
after chrysanthemum IsaTSS—the chrysanthemum being the imperial crest of Japan* 

The blossoming cherry tree on thecensw is symbolic also of spring. Tha foil moon 
with the flight of birds, on one of the vases, symbolise summer and antnmn. The 
lower portion of each Tsse shows bouquets of grasses of flowers natiye to Ji^aiL 

The pedestals on which the Tasee rest are made from keyaki, a hardwood tree giowB 
in Japan, the wood of yrideh is prised for its fine grain and durability. The pieces 
from which the pedeetslsare formed are two hundred years old, haTing been taken froai 
a temple recently destroyed by an earthquake. The panels in tlie pedestals are oarrvd 
from this wood and show seventy different specimens of flowers. 



« %• 



MEXICO 



Commissioner General, 
MIGUEL SERRANO, 

Lexington Hotel. 
Office. 5038 Washington Ave. 



Commissioners for Fine Arts, 
JOSE MA VELASCO, 

1328 Michigan Ave. 

FRANCISCO VELASCO, 

1328 Michigan Ave. 

NATAL PESADO, 

S038 Washington Ave. 



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MEXICO. 



THE NUMBERS TO WHICH THIS CATALOGE REFERS 

ARE PRINTED IN RED. 



Group 119-Sculpture. 



NUMBERS 1 TO 13, INCLUSIVE. 

UPPER GALLERY— EAST END OF EAST COURT— ALCOVES 116, 

117, 118 AND 119. 

1. Contreras, Jesus (City of Mexico). "The Past." (A head.) 

2. Guerra, Gabriel (City of Mexico). Bust of Leandro Fernandez, Civil 

Engineer. 

3. Guerra, Gabriel (City of Mexico). Bust of General Carlos Pacheco. 

4. Contreras, Jesus (City of Mexico). Bust of the Ex-President, Benito 

Juarez. 

5. Centurion, Jose Maria (Puebla). Bust of Esteban Antunano. 

6. Centurion, Jose Maria (Puebla, Mexico). Bust of Francisco Morales. 

7. Guerra, Gabriel (City of Mexico). Bust of the President of the Republic, 

General Porfirio Diaz. 

8. Guerra, Gabriel (City of Mexico). Bust of Christ. 

9. Contreras, Jesus (City of Mexico). Bust of the President of the Republic, 

General Porfirio Diaz. 

10. Guerra, Gabriel (City of Mexico). Bust of the Holy Virgin Mary. 

11. Guerra, Gabriel (City of Mexico). Bust of General Manuel Gonzalez 

Cosio. 

12. Contreras, Jesus (City of Mexico). Bust of General Felipe ^Berriozabal 

AT EAST END OF EAST COURT— MAIN FLOOR— FACING THE 

ENTRANCE. 

13. Guerra, Gabriel (City of Mexico). "A Mockery of Cupid." (Brcxize 

group.) 



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Group 140-Paintings in Oil 

EAST END OF EAST COURT. 

BEGINNING ON THE STAIRCASE AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE EAST 

COURT. 

14. Almanza, Cleofas (Zacatecas). Courtyard of the National Museum of 

Mexico. 

15. Velaaco, Jos^ Ma. (City of Mexico) The Valley of Oaxaca. 

16. Almanza, Cleofas (Zacatecas). River of Orizaba. 

17. Almanza, Cleofas (Zacatecas). Grove of Chapultepec. 

18. Yzaguirre, Leandro (City of Mexico). Columbus at the Rabida. 

19. Bribiesca, Alberto (City of Mexico). The Good Samaritan. 

ao. Martinez, Ysidro (City of Mexico). The Resurrection of the Princess 
Papantzin. Aztec legend. 

21. Mendoza, Francisco (Saltillo). La Viosna, branch of the Oise, France. 

22. Yzagu]rrre, Leandro (City of Mexico). Episode of the Foundation of the 

City of Mexico. 

23. Ybarraran, Jos^ Ma. (City of Mexico) Christian Ch^ity. 

24. Ramirez, Manuel (City of Mexico). The Aztec Baptism. 

25. Ocadiz, Felipe (City of Mexico). Margarete. 

26. Goto, Luis (City of Mexico). View of "Molino del Rey." , 

27. Montenegro, J. G. (City of Mexico) Pandora. 

ON THE STAIRCASE TO THE THIRD FLOOR GALLERY.' 

28. Tenorio, Adolfo (City of Mexico). View of Puebla. 

ALCOVE 116. 

29. Ybarraran, Jos6 Ma. (City of Mexico) The Dream of the Martyr. 

30. Valdez, Pablo (City of Mexico). Ishmael. 

3Z. Velaaco, Jose Ma. (City of Mexico) The City of Mexico, from the Hill of 
Santa Ysabel. 

32. Carrasco, Gonzalo (City of Mexico). Job. 

33. Carrasco, Gonzalo (City of Mexico). Saint Luis Gonzaga. 

34. Velaaco, Jos6 Ma. (City of Mexico) View of Chimalhistac. 

ALCOVE 117. 

35. Jara, Jos^ (City of Mexico). " Un Velorio," a Mexican Funeral Custom. 

36. Goto, Luis (City of Mexico). View of Chapultepec. 

37. Monroj, Luis (City of Mexico). The Roman Daughter. 

38. Yxaguirre, Leandro (City of Mexico). Torment of Cuauhtemoc 

39. Parra, Felix (City of Mexico), Galileo. 



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40. RiTera, Carlos (City of Mexico). The Glen of Metlac. 

41. Almanza, Cleofas (Zacatecas). The Spring of Saint Peter. 

42. Pina, Jose, Salome (City of Mexico). Flower Girl. 

ALCOVE 118. 

43. Velasco, Jos€ M. (City of Mexico) The Volcano of Orizaba, Viewed 

From Cordoba. 

44. Tenorio, Adolfo (City of Mexico). The Square of Guadalupe Hidalgo. 

45. Rivera, Carlos (City of Mexico). The River of Jalapa. 

46. Almanza, Cleofas (Zacatecas). The Tree of the " Noche Triste." (Cor- 

tes the Conqueror wept under this tree.) 

47. Obregoa, Jos6 (City of Mexico). Hochitl Presenting the Pulque to the 

King Tepalcatzin. 

48. Velasco, Jos^ Ma. (City of Mexico) View of Chimalpan. 

49. Velasco, Jos6 Ma. (City of Mexico) The Valley of Mexico. 

50. Velasco, Jos€ Ma. (City of Mexico) Glen of Metlac 

51. Pesado, Natal (Orizaba). General Bravo forgiving the Spanish prisoners 

after having received a letter informing him that his father bad been 
assassinated by the Spaniards. 

52. Valdcz, Pablo (City of Mexico). The Supper at the Pharisee's House. 

53. Pesado, Natal (Orizaba). Cloister. 

54. Pesado, Natal (Orizaba). Cloister. 

55. Pesado, Natal (Orizaba). The Hunter. 

56. Gutierrez, Rodrigo (City of Mexico). The Senate of Tlaxcabu 

57. Almanza, Cleofas (Zacatecas). The Hill of the Tepeyac. 

58. Velasco, Jos6 (City of Mexico). A Mexican Landscape. 

59. Velasco, ]os6 Ma. (City of Mexico) Pitahaya. 

60. Pesado, Natal (Orizaba). A Part of the Church of Asis. 

ALCOVE 119.-0IL PAINTINGS, EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE NOTED. 

6x. Almanza, Cleofas (Zacatecas). Ruins of the Quesnada. 

62. Velasco, ]os6 Ma. (City of Mexico) The Herd. 

63. Velasco, Jos ^Ma. (City of Mexico) The Tree of the "Noche Tri,stc" 

64. Velasco, Jos6 Ma. (City of Mexico) The City of Mexico, from the Hill of 

Atzacoalco 

65. UnsucU, Adrian (City of Mexico). The Offer of the Crown to Monte- 

zuma II. 

66. Bribicsca, Alberto (City of Mexico). Ruth. 

67. UnsucU, Adrian (City of Mexico). Ophelia. 

68. Belmont, Andres (City of Mexico). Basket of Flowers. (Pen drawing.) 
60! Pesado, Natal (Orizaba). Poitrait of the King of Italy. 

70. Cisneros, Luis (City of Mexico). Medal of Christopher Columbus, (bionxe.) 

ON STAIRCASE TO THIRD FLOOR GALLERY.--OIL PAINTINGS. 

71. Velasco, Jos€ Ma- (City of Mexico) Volcanos Tlaxtaccihuatl and Popo- 

catepetl. 
7a. Tenorio, Adolfo (City of Mexico). View of Cordoba 



MBXICO— OIL PAINTINGS, WATER COLORS, ETC. JJQ 

73. Coto» Luis (City of Mexico). View of Toluca. 

74. Pastrana, Manuel (Zacatecas). A Fisherman. 

75. Pastrana, Manuel (Zacatecas). Portrait. 

76. Pastrana, Manuel (Zacatecas). A Fisherman. 

ON THE STAIRCASE, LEADING TO THE MAIN FLOOR— (SOUTH- 
EAST CORNER OF THE EAST COURT.)— OIL PAINTINGS. 
EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE NOTED. 

77. Portillo, Miguel (City of Mexico). Columbus before the Catholic Kings. 

(Etching.) 

78. Campa, Luis (City of Mexico). The Tlaxcalteca Guard. (Etching.) 

79. Campa, Luis (City of Mexico). Aztec Flower Girl. (Etching.) 

80. Alcerreca, Ygnacio (City of Mexico). View of Tizapan. 

81. Alcerreca, Ygnacio (City of Mexico). A Head. 

8a. Herrera, L. Alberto (City of Mexico). Cuauhtemoc Monument. 

83. Tovilla, Jose (Aguascalientes, Mexico). A Portrait. 

84* Toyilla, Jose (Aguascalientes, Mexico). A Portrait 

85. Alcerreca, Ygnacio (City of Mexico). "The Evening.** 

86. Martinez, Ysidro (City of Mexico). The Blind. 

87. Rios, Andres (City of Mexico). The Return from "Santa Anita." 

88. Rivera, Carlos (City of Mexico). The Grove of Chapultepec 

89. Monroj, Luis (City of Mexico). Atala. 

90. Velaaco, Jose Ma. (City of Mexico) The Volcano of Orizaba, viewed 

from Cordoba. 

91. Velaaco, Jose Ma. (City of Mexico) The Town of Guelatao. 

93. Jara, Jose (City of Mexico). Episode of the Foundation of the City of 
Mexico. 

93. Velasco, Jose Ma. (City of Mexico) Penon de los Banos (Natural Hot 

Springs). 

94. Velasco, Jose Ma. (City of Mexico) The Valley of Mexico, from the Hill 

of Santa YsabeL 



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I 
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NEW SOUTH WALES 



Executive Commissioner, 
HON. DR. ARTHUR RENWICK, M. L. C, 

Australia Houm, Jackson Park. 



401 



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NEW SOUTH WALES. 



THE NUMBERS TO WHICH THIS CATALOGUE REFERS 

ARE PRINTED IN RED. 

FOR INFORMATION CONCERNING EXHIBITS WHICH 
ARE FOR SALE. APPLICATION SHOULD BE MADE TO 
THE EXECUTIVE COMMISSIONER, AUSTRALIAN HOUSE, 
WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION. 



Group 139-Sculpture. 

UPPER GALLERY OF SOUTH COURT. 

ALCOVE 136. 

I. Simonetti, A. (Sydney) Portrait bust in marble of the Hon. A. Kenwick, 
M. D., M. L. C. 



Note.— Under the authority of the Director-General of the Exposition, the 
works of art from New South Wales, for which space could not be found 
in the Art Palace, were placed in the New South Wales Government 
Building, Australia House, where they maybe inspected between the 
hours of 9 A. M. and 6 p. m. daily, except Sunday, llie foUowing scolpt- 
ureis 

IN AUSTRALIA HOUSE. 

3. CheTreuz, A. F. (Sydney) Specimens of Fruits carved in New South 
Wales marble. 

3. Hooworth, G. (Sydney) Figure of "Diana," executed in New South 

Wales freestone. 

4. McCarthy, C. W., M. D., F. R. C. S. L (Sydney) Portrait bust, in plas- 

ter, of Madame Sara Bernhardt. 

5. McCarthy. C, W., M. D., F. R. C. S. L (Sydney) Portrait bust, in plaster, 

of Mr. John Dillon, M. P. 



MSW SOUTH WALS9--OIL PAINTING6. 40$ 



Group 140-Oil Paintings. 

UPPER GALLERY OF SOUTH COURT. 

ALCOVE 135. 

PART OF A LOAN COLLECTION EXHIBITED BY THE TRUSTEES OP THE NATIONAL 

ART GALLERY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, SYDNEY. 

6. Ashton, J. R. The Prospector. 

7. Lister, W. Lister. After the Shower. 

8. Mahoney, Frank P. Rounding up a Straggler. 

9. Pigttenit, W. C. The Upper Nepean. 

zo. Mahoney, Frank P. "As in the Days of Old." 

zz. Hunt, C. H. Sydney from the North Shore, Evening. 

Z2. Spence, Percy. "The Ploughman Homeward Plods His Weary Way." 

Z3. Fullwood, A. H. The Station Boundary. 

Z4. Stoddart, Mary. "From Earth and Ocean." 

Z5. Roberts, Tom. Aboriginal Head. 



THE FOLLOWING OIL PAINTINGS ARE SHOWN: 

IN AUSTRALIA HOUSE 

A COLLECTION OF PAINTINGS IN OIL BY MEMBERS OF THE ART SOCIETY OF 

NEW SOUTH WALES, SYDNEY. 

z6. Pignenit, W. C. Sunset, Looking up Lane Cove from the Avenue. 

Z7. Piguenit, W. C. Spring; Lane Cove from Italia. 

z8. Stephens, Miss E. A. White Peonies. 

Z9. Stephens, Miss E. A. Portrait of Hon. James Norton, M. L. C, M. D. 

ao. Williamson, Mrs. Hollyhocks. 

2Z. Williamson, Mrs. Gum-Tree Blossoms. 

22. Williamson, Mrs. Single White Roses. 

23. Williamson, Mrs. Christmas Bush. 

S4. Williamson, Mrs. View from CoalclifiF, New South Wales. 

25. Creed, Miss. Star of Bethlehem. 

26» Creed, Miss. Sunflowers. 

37. Colling^idge, A. Woy Woy, Brisbane Water. 

28. Reid, D. G. Autumn Pasture, Richmond, New South Wales. 

29. Fischer, A. J. "Revenge." 

3». Gant, J. Sunset, Ruamahunga River, New Zealand. 

31. Halligan, Mrs. G. Kennedyea Rubeia. 
31. Halligan, Mrs. G. Wistaria. 



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33. Willis, Miss. Study of Loquats. 

34. Fullwood, A. H. 

"How sweet the moonlight sleeps upon this bank. 
Here we will sit and let the sounds of music 
Creep in our ears; soft stillness of the night 
Becomes the touches of sweet harmony." 

35. Fullwood, A. H. Shoalhaven River, from Cambewarra. 

36. Fullwood, A. H. Rain and Sunshine. 

37. Hunt, C. H. Summer. 

38. Hunt, C. H. The Milkmaid. 

39. Mcllwaine, Mrs. Australian Swamp Oaks. 

40. Mcllwaine, Mrs. In the Shade of the Gum Tree. 

42. Mcllwaine, Mrs. A Bit of Australian Bush. 

43. Bell, Miss Ada. Flowers from the Residence of Sir Spencer Welh^ 

Hampstead, London. 

43. Bell, Miss Ada. English Blue Flags. 

44. McGregor, A. S. Derelict. 

45. McGregor, A. S. Port Phillip by Night— A Calm. 

46« Collinridge, Arthur. Discovery of the Hawkesbury River by Captain 

Phillip. 
47. Collinridge, Arthur. Man-of-War Steps, Sydney Harbor. 
48t Combes, Edward, C. M. G., M. L. C. (Sydney) Monument of La Perouse* 

Botany Bay. 
49* Doyle, Miss J. M. (Goulbum) Scene from Lake Bathurst. 

50. Drinkwater, Charles (Newcastle). Nambucca River, from Femmount, 

looking north. 

51. Flemming, Mrs. M. P. (Sydney) William Ewart Gladstone Eyre. 

5a. Flemming, Mrs. M. P. (Sydney) Portrait: The Most Rev. Archbishop 

Vaughan, Sydney. 
53* Holden, R. Henry (Kiama). Aborigines of New South Wales Hunting 

Wild Duck, 
54* Holmes, Cecil (S)*dnev). Portrait from life: Sir Heniy Parks, G. C. M. 

G., M, P. 
S$, McCarthy, C, W., M. IX, F, R. C. S. L (Sydney) Portrait: Madame Sarah 

Bcrnhanlt as "Cleopatra." 
S6» Pinheji Mrs, Charles, •'Aratong" (Sydney). Southdown Sheep. 
57« Rowan, Mr^ KlUs (I'pper Macedon, Victoria). Panels of Lilies. 
5ft« Rowan, Mrs, Kilis (rpper Macedon, Victoria). Panel-Acanthos. 
S^ Sherman, Mrt^ I.. S, (S>*\lney) The Young Medical Student. 
Oo» Thomas, \\\v^U$ton J, (S>*dney) A Pioneer's Quarters, Campbdltown. 
Trustees of the National Art Gailcry of New Sonth Wales (Sydney). A 

lcv\n coV.cvti\M\ of |\;%:ntiniri in oils by artists o£ New Sooth Wales. 
01* Ashton* 1. R, rorti,iil i>f Sir Henry Parkes, G. C M* G., ^L P. 
Oi* Co»lor, v\ 1 V|^f tuTtp of the *^rient.** 
^ Roberta^ IVuu F/.cimi, 

Watson, .\, K, v^>'^i:><'> ^ Loan cxCection of oU painnngs by J. H. Carse: 
64« CAttic WAtcr.ixjJ, lV,f,:i Passk 



NEW SOUTH WALES — OIL PAINTINGS. 40$ 

66. Scene at Tilba Tilba. (N. S. W.) 

67. Weatherboard Falls, Blue Mountains. (N. S. W.) 

68. Mountain Scene, Katooma. (N. S. W.) 

6g. Miner's Camp by Moonlight, Lithgow. (N. S. W.) 

70. Scene on the Mountains, Mount Victoria. (N. S. W.) 

71. Pallette Knife Scene, Bulli Pass. (N. S. W.) 

72. Coast Scene, near Botany. (N. S. W.) 

73. Wheeny Creek, Hawkesbury River. (N. S. W.) 

74. Bulli Pass and Kiama in the Distance. (N. S. W.) 

75. Scene at Mossmana's Bay. (N. S. W.) 

76. Scene at Emu Plains. (N. S. W.) 

77. Scene at Richmond. (N. S. W.) 

78. Scene on the Hawkesbury River. (N. S. W.) 

79. Coast Scene, Bondi. (N. S. W.) 

80. Scene, Parramatta River. (N. S. W.) 

8i. Scene at Pitt Town, on the Hawkesbury River. (N. S. W.) 

83. Coast Scene, Broken Bay, (N. S. W.) 

83. Hut by Moonlight at Broken Hill. (N. S. W.) 

84. Scene at Port Jackson. (N. S. W.) 

85. Swamp Scene near the Coast, Manly. (N. S. W.) 

86. Scene at Randwick. (N. S. W.) 

87. Scene at Narrabeen. (N, S. W.) 

88. Bark Hut, Clyde River. (N. S. W.) 

89. Creek Scene, Blue Mountains. (N. S. W.) 

90. Scene at Gosford. (N. S. W.) 

91. Mountain Scene, Kurrajong. (N. S. W.) 

92. Three Deserted Hut Scenes— Morning, Noon and Night. (N. S. W.) 
93* Scene at Broughton Pass. (N. S. W.) 

94* Grose Valley. (N. S. W.) 

95* Coast Scene, Newcastle. (N. S. W.) 

96. WatUeFlat. (N. S. W.) 

97. Bulli Pass. (N. S. V^.) 

98. Scene at Blacktown. (N. S. W.) 

99. Coast Scene at Coogee Bay. (N. S. W.) 
zoo. Bushrangers' Bay. (N. S. W.) 

xoi. Scene at Woy Woy, Brisbane Water. (N. S. W.) 

103. Scene in New Zealand. 

X03. Three Pallette-Knife Scenes, Lane Cove River. 

ro4. Scene on the Lynn. (N. S. W.) 

xc^ Scene on the Lynn. (N. S. W.) 

Z06. Loch Ard. 

X07. Scene on the Nepean River. (N. S. W.) 

X08. Bush Fire. 

X09. Cattle Track. 



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Group 141-Water Colors. 

FART OF A LOAN COLLECTION EXHIBITED BY THE TRUSTEES OF THE 
NATIONAL ART GALLERY OP NEW SOUTH WALES, SYDNEY. 

ISO. Beran, £. "A Preliminary Puff." 

SSI. Athton, J. R. The Shoalhaven River at its Junction with the Brongh- 

ton. 

xsa. Litter, W. Lister. Stonehenge, New England. 

113. Commons, Donald. The Coast, near Ben Buckler. 

1x4. Hern, C. £. Govett's Leap. 

1x5. FuUwood, A. H. Jervis Bay, Shoalhaven River. 

xx6« Minns, B. £. Crescent Head, Point Plomer. 

1x7. Hanson, Albert J. Silvery Seas. 

1x8. Lister, W. Lister. Graham's Valley, New England. 

THE FOLLOWING WATER COLORS ARE 

IN AUSTRALIA HOUSE. 

A COLLECTION OF PAINTINGS IN WATER COLORS, BY MEMBERS OF THE 

SOCIETY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, SYDNEY. 

1x9. Httflti C. Horbury. On the Hawkesbury. 

X3D. Hunt, C. Horbury. Valley of the Murrumbigbee. 

xax. Minns, B. E. Lady Macquarie*s Chair. 

xas. Spence, P. F. S. Sheep Droving, Australia. 

xaj. Heron, W. Looking Seaward, Little Coogee Bay. 

xa4. McGregor, A. S. A Rift in the Storm. 

xas. McGregor, A. S. A Summer Day, Cape Schank. 

Rowan, Mrs. Ellis. (Derreweit, Upper Macedon, Victoria.) 
A collection of 99 pictures of the flora of Australasia; painted by the 
hibitor. 
li^ 1 Goodennis Coerules. (W. A.) 

( Leschenaultia Floribunda. (W. A.) 
xa7« Cassia Brewsterii. (Cairns Ranges, Q.) 
xaB, Alectryon Excelsum. (N. Z.) 
ia9« Rhodomyrtus Macrocarpa. (Q.) 
lyK Albiiiia Lucyi. (Cairns, Q.) 
itx pcwoo Niapinifolia. (N. S, W.) 
* ' I Capparis Nobilis. (N. S. W.) 
_^ ( Coleus Scutellarioides. (Q.) 
( Aneilema Gramineum. (Q.) 
-^"'-tttdia Nitens. (W.A.) 
fdiaKiten& (\V.A4 
iiaNtteiis. (W.A4 



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KEW SOUTH WALES — WATER COLORS. 4^7 

134. \ J^^P^*"** Grandiflora, (Somerset, Q.) 
* ( Grivillea Polystachya. (Q.) 

135. Hibiscus Hugelii. (W, A.) 

136. Erythrina Tespertilio. (Prince of Wales Island.) 

137. Gossypium Sturtii. (N. S. W.) 

{Tylophora Grandiflora. (N. S. W.) 
Hemigenia Purpures. (N. S. W.) 
Eremophila Bignoniflora. (N. S. W.) 

139. Brachychiton Bidwilli. (Q.) 

140. Asclepias Curassavica. (Normandy, Q.) 

141. Dendrobium Bigibbum. (New Guinea.) 
^ ( Cordlyine Murchisoniae. (Rockhampton.) 

I Melaleuca Leucadendron. (Rockhampton.) 
^Boronia Microphylla. (N. S. W.) 
Lasiopetalum Ferrugineum. (N. S. W.) 
Mitrasacme Polymorpha. (N. S. W.) 
Drasophyllum Secundum. (N. S. W.) 
144. Sesbania Grandiflora. (W. A.) 
.^ ■ ( L Andersonia Ccerulea. (W. A.) 
^ ' ( 2. Cryptandra Arbutiflora. (W. A.) 

146. Hibiscus Manihot. (W. A.) 

147. Erythrina Indica. (Somerset, Q.) 
zi8 J Metrosideros Florida. (N. Z.) 

( Hoheria Populnea. (N. Z.) 

149. Eucalyptus Calophylla. (W. A.) 

zico J Boronia Ledifolia. (N. S. W.) 

^' i Boronia Triphylla. (N. S. W.) 

151, Hoheria Populnea. (N. Z.) 

^ ( I, Dendrobium Sumneri. (Q.) 

( 2. Dendrobium Canal iculatum. (Q.) 
- J L Eriostemon Danceolatus. (N. S. W.) 
^ i 2. Eriostemon Umbllatus. (N. S. W.) 

154. Euyptus Ficifolia. (W. A.) 

155. Capparis Lasiantha. (W. A.) 

156. CHanthus Dampierii. (S. A.) 

157. Grevillea Robusta. (Q.) 

-g ( Cryptandra Arbutiflora. (W. A.) 

( Hovea Triaperma. (W. A.) 
159. Hibiscus Heterophyllus. (N. S. W.) 

TActinotus Helianthi. (N. S. W.) 
x6o. J Hovea Linearis. (N. S. W.) 

(^Euphrasia Brownii. (N. S. W.) 

'Calycothrix Muricata. (W. A.) 
z6x. , Calycothrix Strigosa. (W. A.) 

^Calycothrix. (W. A.) 
ids. Ceratopetraleum Gummiferum. S. W.) 

163. Albizzia Tozeri. (Q.) 

164. Clematis AristaU. (N. S. W.) 



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165. Eugenia Macrocarpa. (Q.) 

z66 \ ^' ^^^P^c^ Spicigera. (W. A.) 
( 2. Triraphis Bromoides. (W. A.) 

167. Tetratheca Nuda. (W. A.) 

ri. Sprengelia Incamata (N. S. W.) 

168. J 2, Epacris Pungcns. (N. S. W.) 
[3. Thryptomene Ciliata. (N. S, W.) 

{Melaleuca Wilsoni. (Vict) 
Kunzea Corifolia. (Vict) 
Melaleuca Eridfolia. (Vict.) 

1*70 { Ip<^™^^ P^s Caprse. (Somerset, Q,) 

I Hypoestes Floribunda. (Q.) 
^j ( Arauja Albens. 
' ' \ Styphelia Aggregatta. (N. S. W.) 
Z72. Eugenia Var. Macrocarpa. 
Z73. Dendrobium Speciosum. (N. S. W.) 
^ ( Billardera Longiflora, (Tas.) 
* ( Gualtiera Hispida. (Tas.) 

175. Eucalyptus Maculata. (Vict.) 
'Halgania Corymbosa. (W. A.) 

176. J Spinifex Longifolius. (W. A.) 

^Stylobasium Spathulatum. (W. A.) 
,^ { Hakea Amplexicaulis. (W. A.) 
^' I Bossiaea Pulchella. (W. A.) 
^ ( Abutilon Geranioide. (W. A.) 
^' \ Claytonia Polyandra. (W, A.) 
J IpomcEa Grandifiora. (Q.) 
( Dracaena Angustifolia. (Q.) 
x8o. Hibiscus Rosa Sinensis. (China.) 
^Eremsea Violacea. (W. A.) 
Eremaea Acutifolia. (W. A.) 
Melalauca. 
^Balaustion Pulcherrmum. (W. A.) 

182. Telopea Speciioissima. (N.,S. W.) 

183. Cochlospermum Gillivrayi. (Q.) 

184. Bombax Malabaricum. (Q.) 

185. Dendrobium Superbiens. (Q.) 
f Candollea Pilosa. (W. A.) 

Sphenotoma Squarrosum. (W. A.) 
Scaevola. (W. A.) 
Lobelia Tenuior. (W. A.) 
^Conospermum Densiflorum. (W. A.) 

187. Dendrobium Undulatum. (W. A.) 

188. Kennedya Coccinea. (W. A.) 

189. Clitoria Tematea. (Fern Island, Q.) 

190. Pimalea Sulphurea. (W. A.) 

J Gompholobium Polymorphum. (W. A.) 
( Marianthus Coeruleo-punctatus. (W. A.) 



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J Marianthus Ringens. (W. A.) 
( Astartea Fascicularis. (W. A.) 

193. Kennedya Nigricans. (W. A.) 

Z94. Melaleuca. (N. S. W.) 
^^ ( Anthocercis Viscosa. (W. A.) 
( Kennedya Comptoniana. (W. A.) 

196. Victorian Flowers. 

197. Aster Exul. (W. A.) 

Z98. Group of Stylidiums. (W. A.) 
199. Gcoup of Hakeas. (W. A.) 
aoo. Grevillea. (N.S.W.) 
aoz. Group of Sundews. (W. A.) 

Patersonia Glabrata. (N. S. W.) 

iEvolvulus Alsinoides. (Q.) 
Lindemia Crustacea. (Q.) 

204. Tecoma Australis. (Q.) 

205. Epacris Impressia. (Vict.) 
ao6. Ipomcea Grandiflora. (Q.) 
307. Erica. (N.S.W.) 

ao8. Eugenia. (Q.) 

209. Hugonia Jenkinsii. (Q.) 

2za Tabemaemontana fPubescens. (Q.) 

'Exocarpus Cupressiformis. (Vict.) 

Aster Myrsinoides. (Vict.) 
1 Aster Ramulosus. (Vict.) 

LVaronica Derwentia. (Vict.) 

'Zyris Pauciflora. (Q.) 

Aneilema Granmineum. (Q.) 

Philhydrum Lanuginosum. (Q.) 

^Candollea. 
2x3. Erythrina Indica. (Q.) 

Xhloris Ventricosa. (Q.) 
2x4. J Wahlenbergia Gracilis. (De CandoUa, Q.) 

^Phaseolus Adenanthus. (Meyer, Q.) 
215. Marianthus Bignoniaceu. (F. v. M. Vict) 

2x6 J Anigozanthos Manglesii. (W. A.) 
I Anigozanthos Bicolar. (W. A.) 

^ ( Anigozanthos Fuliginosus. (W. A.) 
( Abutilon Micropetalum. (Q.) 

TAristotelia Peduncularis. (Tas.) 
2x8. J Notelea Ligustrina. (Tas.) 
I^Styphelia Billardieri. (Tas.) 

{ Platytheca Galioides. (W. A.) 
'' ( Tetratheca Hirsuta. (W. A.) 

rStypheliaXerophylla. (W. A.) 
w J Daviesia Cordata. (W. A.) 
(^Ricinocarpus Glaucus. (W. A.) 



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(HoveaCelsi. (Perth, W. A.) 
' ( Daviesia Nudiflonu (Perth, W. A.) 

fBauhinia Hookeri. (Q.) 
. J Eurycles Amboinensis. (Q.) « 

l^Erythrinaladica. (Q.) 
223. Sharp, Alferd (Newcastle). The Christmas Tree of New Zealand in 

Bloom. 
234. Sharp, Alferd (Newcastle). Banks of Camden Haven River, New South 
Wales. 

225. Sharp, Alferd (Newcastle). The VegeUble Octopus of New South 

Wales. 
Trustees of the National Art Gallery of New South Wales (Sydney). 
Loan collection of water-color drawings, by artists of New South Wales. 

226. Fullwood, A. H. Kangaroo Valley. 

227. Fullwood, A. H. Cathedral Rocks, Kiama. 

228. Roth, A. B. Bathurst Plains, from Kelso Churchyard. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

229. Grice, Benjamin J. (Sydney) Design for Ceiling Decoration. 

230. Montefiore, £. L., J. P., R. A. A. S. A. (Sydney) Original drawiog in 

candle-smoke: Coast Scene, Bondi, Sydney. 



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Hyde Park Hotel. 



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I HE NUMBERS TO WHICH THIS CATALOGUE REFERS 

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Group 143-Sculpture. 

GALLERY 71— NUMBERS I TO 5. INCLUSIVE. 

1. Svor, Anders (Christiania). David. 

2. Sinding, Johanna (Copenhagen). By the Sea. 

3. TOnesen, Ambrosia (Bergen). Hjordis. 

4. Sinding^, Johanna (Copenhagen). A Child. 

5. Svor. Anders (Christiania). A Little Girl. 

GALLERY 72-NUMBERS 6 AND 7. 

6. Skeibrok, Mathias (Christiania). Bust of Bjomstjeme-Bjomsoii. 

7. Svor, Anders (Christiania). A Farmer. 



GALLERY 7L-0IL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 8 TO 94, INCLUSIVE. 

NORTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE EAST SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY NO. TO. 

8. Stromdal, George (Christiania). The Beacon Lighted the Enemy in the 

Country. 

9. Thaulow, Fritz (Paris). By the River. 
10. Thaulow, Fritz (Paris). In March. 



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zi. Petersen, Eilif CChristiania). Sheep Shearing. 

12. Hansteen, Nils (Christiania). Winter Day at Skagen. 

13. Holmboe, Thorolf (Christiania). Snow Storm. 

14. Somme, Jacob (Christiania). Three Fishers. 

EAST WALL. 

15. Gnde, Nils (Christiania). Heartsick. 

z6. Sinfi^ahlsen, Andreas (Christiania). Sunset. 

17. Kobto, Fr. (Bergen) The Ship's Boy. 

18. Eugen, Prince, H. R. H. Landscape. 

19. Eugen, Prince, H. R. H. A Lake 

20. Sinding, Otto (Christiania). Mountain Pasture. 

az. Kielland, Kitty (Stavanger). An old Bridge in Norway. 

22. Somme, L. (Christiania) Interior. 

23. Falsen, Mimi (Christiania). In Thought. 

24. Heyerdahl, Hans (Christiania). Portrait of Mr. Si vert Nielsen, President 

of the Storthing (Norwegian Congress.) 

25. Sinding, Otto (Christiania). Frora Rondane. 

26. Kolsto, Fr. (Bergen) A Summer Day on the Coast. 

27. Holmboe, Thorolf (Christiania). Autumn. 

28. Kaulom, H. (Laurkullen) From Skiorhalden. 

29. Kaulnm, H. (Laurkellen) Herring Fishery at Hvaldrne. 

30. Kaulum, H.( Laurkullen) Herring Fishery Winterday. 
3z. Holmboe, Thorolf (Christiania). Marine. 

32. Kielland, Kitty (Stavanger). Summer Night in Norway. 

33. Sinding, Otto (Christiania). Misty Morn. 

34. Sinding, .Otto (Christiania). Summer Night. 

35. Strom, Half dan (Lillehammer). Siesta. 

36. Kaulom, H.( Laurkullen) From the Herring Fisheries. 

37. Petersen, Eilif (Christiania). Evening. 

38. Mnnthe, Ludo. (Dusseldorf) Norwegian Village. 

39. Gude, Nils (Christiania). Portrait (Henrik Ibsen.) 

SOUTH WALL. 

40. Hantteen, Nils (Christiania). Norwegian Landscape. 
4Z. Tannes, Maria (Christiania). River. 

42. Munthe, Gerk. (Sandviken, Chr.) Frightened. 

43. Munthe, Gerk. (Sandviken, Chr.) The Wise Bird. 

44. Miinthe, Gerk. (Sandviken, Chr.) The Child and the AngeL 

45. Munthe, Gerk. (Sandviken, Chr.) The Song. 

46. Munthe, Gerk. (Sandviken, Chr.) The Serpent. 

47. Munthe, Gerk. (Sandviken, Chr:) Three Princesses. 

48. Munthe, Gerk.. (Sandviken, Chr.) The Wicked Stepmother. 

49. Jorgenson, So.*(Drammen) Want of Employment. 

50. Hantteen, Nils (Christiania); Norwegian Fjord. *• 
5z. Wereaskiold, £. (Christiania) Portrait (Bjornstjejiie Bjornson.) 
52. Montbe, Gerk. (Sandviken, Chr.) l*he Hell Horse. 



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53. Miinth^, Gerk. (Sandviken, Chr.) Wooers. 

54. Munthe, Gerk. (Sandviken, Chr.) Troll's Cave. 

55. SkredsTig, Chr. (Sandviken. Chr.) Winter. 

WEST WALL, 

56. Nomuum, Adelsten (Berlin.) Raftsund Lofoten. 

57. Borgen, Fr. (Christiania) Landscape (Aatmnn.) 

58. Holmboe, Thorolf (Christiania). Nocturne. 

59. Ring, Helga (Fredrickstad.) Busy. 

60. Rusti, Olav. (Leikanger Sogn) From the Cloister of Maulbronn. 
6z. Petersen, Eilif (Christiania.) A Strand Bird. 

62. Borgen, Fr. (Christiania) From Ojer. 

63. Hansteen, Nils (Christiania). From Hombak, Denmark. 

64. Heyerdahl, Hans (Christiania). Fishers. 

65. Rusti, Olav (Leikanger-Sogn). Cloisterhall. 

66. Lamm, Oscar (Christiania). Twilight. 

67. Petersen, Eilif (Christiania). Summer Day. 

68. CoUett, Fredrik (Christiania). Thawing Weather. 

69. Wentzel, Gustav (Christiania). Confirmation Banquet. 

70. Nermann, Ac^elsten (Berlin). North Wind. (Coast of Norway). 

71. Diriks, Edvard (Christiania). Winter. 

72. Heyerdahl, Hans (Christiania). Oui on Non. 

73. Konow, Karl (Gausdal, Norway). Going to Church. 

74. Hjersing, Ame (Christiania). From Asker. 

75. Petersen, Eilif (Christiania). Portrait. (Alexander Kielland.) 

76. SOrensen, Jorgen (Christiania). From Romsdalen. 

77. Krohg, Oda (Christiania). Summer Evening. 

78. Hjerlow, Ragnvald (Christiania). Springtime in Paris. 

79. Ring, Helga (Fredrikstad). Carriage Gentry Passing. 

80. Borgen, Fr. (Christiania) Norwegian Landscape. 

81. Krohg, Oda (Christiania). Sun Spots. 

82. Bratland, Jac (Christiania). A Commission for Tax Assessment. 

83. Stenersen, Gudmund (Stavanger). feasant's House. 

84. Somme, Jacob (Christiania). The Lay Preacher. 

85. Diriks, Edvard (Christiania). On the Norwegian Coast. 

86. Holmboe, Thorolf (Christiania). In the North Sea. 

87. Mtlller, Johns (Ostre Aker). Cloudy Weather. 

NORTH WALL. 

88. Tannes, Maria (Christiania). Winter. 

89. Sorensen, Jorgen (Christiania). The Old Pavilion. 

90. Borgen, Fr. (Christiania) From Gudbrandsdalen. 

91. Gloersen, Jacob (Christiania). After Sunset. 

92. Hansteen, Nils (Christiania). From Oresund.. 

93. li\unthe, Gerhard (Sandviken, Chr.). Girl, Hallingdal. 

94. Borgen, Fr. (Christiania) From Southern Norway. 



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GALLERY 72— OIL PAINTINGS. . 

NUMBERS 95 TO 133, INCLUSIVE. 

WEST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT NORTH SIDE OP ENTRANCE FROM GA ] (.ERY 7L 

95* SkredtYlg, Chr. (Sandviken) The Son of Man. 

NORTH WALL. 

96. Thaolow, Fritz (Paris). Behind the Mills. 

97. Thaulow, Fritz (Paris). Winter at Christiania. 

98. Sinding, Otto (Christiania). Wreckers. 

99. Wentzel, Gustav (Christiania). Morning. 
100. Sinding, Otto (Christiania). From Lofoten. 
xox. Arbo, P. N. (Christiania) Uolkyrie. 

ZQ3. Wentzel, Gustav (Christiania). Midsummer Night. 

103. Torgerson, Thorv. (Christiania) A Moor. 

X04. Grimeland, Johs. (Paris) At the Entrance of the Hardenger-fjord. 

Z05. MtUIer, Johns (Ostre Aker). The Last Sun-rays. 

Z06. Heyerdahl, Hans (Christiania). Portrait of Mrs. Laura Gundersen. 

X07. Heyerdahl, Hans (Christiania). By the Shore. 

xo8. Werenskiold, E. (Christiania) Portrait (Erika Nisson). 

X09. Backer, Harriet (Christiania). From Tannums Church. 

i20« Bra^lapd, Jac. (Christiania) Going to Church. 

EAST WALL. 

xzz. Uckermann, M. (Christiania) A Drama of the Woods. 

xxa. Werenskiold, E. (Christiania) Portrait (Mother of Bjomstjeme Bjom- 

son.) 

XX3. CoUett, Fredrik (Christiania). Winter. 

XX4. MoUer, N. B. (Christiania) Norwegian Landscape. 

XX5. Schiewe, Jacob (Helsinger). Winter in Germany. 

xz6. Berg, Gunnar (Svolvar). From Lofoten. 

XX7. Normann, Adelsten (Berlin). Summer Night, Lofoten. 

SOUTH WALL. 

1x8. Wentxel, Gustav (Christiania). Sunday Evening. 

1x9. CoUett, Fredrik (Christiania). The Devil's Hole, 

xao. Moe, Sigurd (Stavanger). From Hafrsf jord. 

X2X. Munthe, Gerhard (Sandviken Cht.)- The Old Farm. 

123. Sinding, Otto (Christiania). The Glacier. 
X33. Tannes, Maria (Christiania). Landscape. 

124. Munthe, Gerhard (Sandviken Chr.). Evening in Eggcdal, Norway. 

125. Stsia^gsr, Agnes (Bergen). Les Kcarrissons. 
xa6. Stenersen, Gudmund (Stavanger). Sunday. 



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127. Heyerdahl, Hans (Christiania). Bathing Boys. 

128. Kielland, Kitty (Stavanger). The Christiania Fjord. 

129. Hansteen, Nils (Christiania). Marine (Pilot). 

zjo. Werenskiold, £. (Christiania) Portrait (£dv. Greig). 

131. Collett, Fredrik (Christiania). After Sunset. 

132. Strom, Half dan (Lillehammer). Portrait. 

WEST WALL. 
153. Krohg, Christian (Christiania). Leif Ericksson Discovers America. 

CENTRAL PAVILION. 

UPPER GALLERY— SOUTH COURT. 

SOUTH END OF COURT. 

ALCOVE 156— WEST WALL—MISCELLANEOUS WORKS. 

134. Nordhagen, Joh. (Christiania) Five Etchings. 

155. Nielsen, Eivind (Christiania). Several Drawings in one Frame. 

136* Rusti, O. Drawing. 

137. Throudsen, Ivar (Kongsberg). Medalhons. 



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F. KAMENSKY. 



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ARE PRINTED IN RED. 

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Group 149^Sculpture. 

GALLERY 19. NUMBERS 1 TO 6, INCLUSIVE. 

z. Gunzburg, Ilia Jakovlevitch. The Bathing Boys. (A group in plaster 
in the center of the gallery.) 

2. Dillon, Maria Liuovna Bliss. (Statue in bronze in southeast comer of 

the gallery.) 

3. Gunzburg, Ilia Jakovlevitch. Bust of Professor D. D. MendeleiefiF. 

4. Gunzbug, Ilia Jakovlevitch. Bust of the Count L. Tolstoi. 

5. Adamson. The Dying Hyacinthe. (Wood carving.) 

6. Adamson. The Helpless. (Wood carving.) 

GALLERY 20. NUMBERS 7 TO 16, INCLUSIVE. 

7. Gunzburg, Ilia Jakovlevitch. Statuette — Count L. Tolstoi (in the south- 

east comer.) 

8. Gunzburg, Ilia Jakovlevitch. Statuette — Mr. V. V. Veretschaguine. 

9. Gunzburg, Ilia Jakovlevitch. Statuette — Mr. P. T. Tchaikovsky. 
zo. Gunzburg, Ilia Jakovlevitch. The First Music. (Statue in bronze.) 
zx. Dillon, Maria Lwovna. Caprice. (Plaster.) 

Z2. Beklemischeff, Vladimir Alexandrovitch. A Run Away Slave. (A group 

in plaster.) 
Z3. Gunzburg, Ilia Jakovlevitch. An Interesting Story. (A group in 

bronze.) 
Z4. Gunzburg, Ilia Jakovlevitch. Statuette — Mr. T. T. Schischkine. 
15. Gunzburg, Ilia Jakovlevitch. Statuette — Mr. A. T. Rubenstein. 
z6. Gunzburg, Ilia Jakovlevitch. (Statuette in bronze.) Mr. V. V. StassofiL 



RUSSIA — OIL PAINTINGS AND WATER COLORS. 421 



Groups 140 and 141-Oil 
Paintings and Water Colors. 



(all works are in oil except AS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.) 



GALLERY 19. NUMBERS 17 TO 51 INCLUSIVE. 

EAST wall. 

BEGINNING AT THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE FROM THE SOUTH COURT. 

17. Krushitsky, Constantin Jakovlevitch. A Night in Little Russia. 

x8. Miasoiedofif, Gregory Gregorievitch. The Harvest; a copy of the Pict- 
ure belonging to the Emperor. 

19. Polenoff, Helena. Before the Examination. 

ao. Vasilieff, Feodor Alexandrovitch. After the Rain. (Property of the 
Academy.) 

SOUTH WALL. 

21. RndoguToSf Sergey Ivanovitch. After the Storm. (Water color.) 

22. Aivazovsky, Ivan Constantinovitch. A Lantern on the Sea of Mar- 

mora. 

23. Aivazovsky, Ivan Constantinovitch. The Gondola. (In Venice.) 

24. Aivazovsky, Ivan Constantinovitch. Yalta at Night. 

25. Endogurofif, Sergey Ivanovitch. A Quiet Day. (Water color.) 

26. Wrangel, Helena Karlovna Baroness. . A Winter Landscape-. (Water 

color.) 

27. Aivazovsky, Ivan Constantinovitch. Breakers on the Sea of Asof. 

28. Klag^s, Feodor Andreievitch. Interior view of the Church of the 

Saviour at Moscow. 

29. Bruni, Nicolay Alexandrovitch. The Candle-Bearer. ^Property of the 

Academy.) 

30. Aivazovsky, Ivan Constantinovitch. Naples, by Moonlight. 

31. Aivazovsky, Ivan Constantinovitch. A Storm on the Crimean Coast. 

32. Endoguroff, Sergey Ivanovitch. Evening. (Water color.) 

33. Polenofif, Helena. After the Bath. (Water color.) 

34. Aivazovsky, Ivan Constantinovitch. Breakers on the Coast of the 

Black Sea. 

35. Aivazovsky, Ivan Constantinovitch. A Boat in a Storm. 

36. • Dtnitrieff-Orenburgsky, Nicolay Dmitrievitch. The Studio of a Military 

Artist. 



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WEST WALL. 

37. Kovalevsky, Pavel Osipovitch. Excavation in Rome (1878). (Property 

of the Academy.) 

38. Savitcky, Constantin Appollonovitch. For Christ's Sake. 

39. AivazoTsky, Ivan Constantinovitch. Constantinople. 

40. Endoguroff, Ivan Ivanovitch. A Winter Evening in a Village. 

41. Novoskolzeff, Alexander Nicolaievitch. The Last Minutes of the Metro- 

politan Philipp. 

42. Sedoff, Gregory Semenovitch. Vasilisa Melentievna the Mistress of 

Ivan the Terrible, Czar of Moscow. (Painted in 1882.) 

NORTH WALL. 

43« Asknazy, Isaak Litrovitch. The Parents of Moses. 

44. Tvoroshnilcoff, Ivan Ivanovitch. A Lay Brother Selling Images (1888). 

(Property of the Academy of St, Petersburg.) 

45. Makovsky, Constantin Egorovitch. A Bacchanal. 

46. Bronnikoff, Feodor Andreievitch. Christian Martyr (1878). (Property 

of the Academy.) 

47. Dmitriefif-Orenburgsky, Nicolay Dmitrievitch. Simday in a Village. 

48. Pimonenko, Nicolay Karlovitch. Easter Halloween. (Property of the 

Academy.) 

EAST WALL. 

49. Aivazovsky, Ivan Constantinovitch. The Parthenon. 

50. Stepanofif, Alexey. The Hunt. 

51. Fedders, July Ivanovitch. My Villa. (Property of the Academy.) 



GALLERY 2Q-0IL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 52 TO 133, INCLUSIVE.. 

EAST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 19. 

52. Zagorskj, Nicolay Petrovitch. A Sore Heart. (Property of the 

Academy.) 

53. Makovsky, Constantin Egorovitch. The Bride's Attire. 

54. Kratchkovsky, Josiff Evstaffievitch. A July Morning. 

55. Golumsky, Vasily Andreievitch, The Mushroom Gatherers Taking a 

Rest (1888). (Property of the Academy.) 

SOUTH WALL. 

56. Bodarevsky, Nicolay Komilovitch. A Wedding in Little Russia. 

57. Endoguroff, Ivan Ivanovitch. The Early Spring. (Property of the 

Academy.) 



RUSSIA — OIL PAINTINGS AND WATER COLORS. 423 

58. Levithaiiy Isaac. Holy Day in a Convent. 

59* Alvazovsky, Ivan Constantinovitch. Environs of Malaga. 

60. AivazoTsky, Ivan Constantinovitch. The Farewell of Columbus in 

Palos Before Going to Sea. 
6z. Koroviny Constantine. Taking Tea. 

62. Korzuhin, Alexey Ivanovitch. Peasant Life. (Property of the Acad- 

emy.) ^ 

63. Makovsky, Vladimir Egorovitch. The Niggard. 

64. Peroff, Vasily Grigorievitch. Pugatchoff, a Cossack from the River Don. 

(The Personator of Peter III, Cear of Russia.) 

65. Makovsky, Vladimir Egorovitch. Little Russians Smoking. 

66. Kuznezoff, Nicolay Dmitrievitch. The Interrupted Breakfast. 

67. Asknazy, Isaak Lwovitch. The Bridegroom (a Talmudist) on Pro- 

bation. 

68. Mestchersky, Arseny Ivanovitch. The Narva Roads (1886). (Property 

of the Academy.) 

69. Asknazy, Isaac Lwovitch. Celebration of the Sabbath. 

70. Shuravleff, Firs Sergeievitch. The Family of a Street Musician. 

71. Grandkovsky, In the Swing. 

72. Siemiradsky, Henry Ippolytovitch. Phryne (Property of the Czar.) 

Pho'i^e was a Celebrated Beanty, who lived about 250 years befoi'e Christ. She 
inspired Appellee and Praxiteles to immortal works of painting and statnary. At a 
prooeesion, given in honor of Yenos, Phryne appears to the admiring people (painted 
in 1887). 

73. Knriard, Palageia Petrovna. A Landscape. 

74. Krushitsky, Constantin Jakovlevitch. After Work. 

75. Klodt, Von Jurgensburg, Baron Mihail Constantinovitch. The Czar's 

Bounty. 

76. Svertchkofif, Nicolay Egorovitch. The Pony that Killed a Wolf. 

77. Makovsky, Vladimir Egorovitch. The Wayfarer. 

78. Korovin, Constantine. Spanish Girls. 

79. Aivazovsky, Ivan Constantinovitch. Young Columbus Saving Himself 

on the Mast of a Ship, set on fire by a Venetian Galley, off the Coast 
of Portugal. 

80. Korzuhin, Alexey Ivanovitch. The Evening Before the Wedding. 

(Property of the Academy.) 
8z. Kuznezoff, Nicolay Dmitrievitch. In the Garden (1889). 

82. Alexeieff. Head of an Italian Girl (1889). 

83. Aivazovsky, Ivan Constantinovitch. The Arrival of Columbus* Flo- 

tille on the American Shore. 

84. Krushitsky, Constantin Jakovlevitch. Winter. 

85. Willewalde, Bogdan Pavlovitch. You To-Day and I To-Morrow. 

(Property of the Academy.) 

86. Tchistiakoff, Pavel Petrovitch. The Grand Duchess, Sophia Vitov- 

tovna at the Wedding of the Grand Duke Vasily II, "The Dark" 
(1433). Tearing of Dmitrie Donskoy*s Belt from the Duke Vasily, 
"The One-Sighted" (1882). (Property of the Academy.) 

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WEST WALL. 

88. Tvoroshnikoff, Ivan Ivanovitch. Grandmother and Granddaughter 

(1889). (Property of the Academy.) 

89. Siemiradsky, Henry Ippolytovitch. Christ in the House of Lazarus. 

90. Krushitsky, Constantin Jakovlevitch. The Heat Over, a Fresh Breeze 

Blowing (1889). {Property of the Academy.) 
9Z. Alexeieff. An Italian Girl (1884). 

92. Volkofif, Efim Efimovitch. Morning. 

93. Makovsky, Constantin Egorovitch. Romeo and Juliet. 

94. Ducker, Evgeny Eduardovitch. Noon. (Property of the Academy.) 

NORTH WALL. 

95. Kivschenko, Alexy Danilovitch. At the Craters of Ledgy. 

96. Vcnig, Karl Bogdanovitch. A Russian Girl (1889). (Property of the 

Academ/.) 

97. Aivazovsky, Ivan Constantino vitch. Yalta in the Mooting. 

98. PcrofiF, Vasily Grigorievitch. The Fishermen (1878). 

99. Makovsky, Vladimir Egorovitch. A Public Market in Moscow (1879). 
zoo. Kratchkovsky, Josiff Evstafievitch. The New Moon. (Property o^ the 

Academy.) 
xoi, Pelevin, Ivan Andreievitch. The First Born. (Property of the Academy.) 
Z02. Aivazovsky, Ivan Constantinovitch. The ship "Santa Maria*' on its way 

to America, when Columbus during a heavy storm was surrounded 

by the mutinous crew. 
X03. MakoTsky, Vladimir Egorovitch. The Gamblers* Quarrel. 
Z04. Shur'wleflf, Firs Sergeievitch. Hay Makers at Rest. 
105. Zagorsky, Nicolay Petrovitch. Morning Tea. 
Z06. Lemoch, Karl Vikentievitch. Peasant Girls. 
Z07. Aivazovsky, Ivan Constantinovitch. Saving Himself in a Boat. 
Z08. Kramskoy, Ivan Nicolaic vitch. Portrait of Mr. Solovieff. (Property of 

the Academy.) 

Z09. Galimsky, Vladislaff Mihailovitch. Forest. 

ixa Shuravleff, Firs Sergeievitch. He Loves Me — He Loves Me Not. 

III. Frentz, Rudolf, Feodorovitch. An Inn. (Property of the Academy.) 
ZZ2. Repine, Elias .Efimovitch. The Cossack's Answer to the Sultan of 

Turkey. (Property of the Czar.) 

X13. Kivschenko, Alexey Danilovitch. The Military Counsel at Fily (1812). 
(Property of the Academy.) 

1x4. Endoguroff, Ivan Ivanovitch. A Heavy Rain. (Property of the Acad- 
emy.) 

1x5. Novoskolzeffy Alexander Nicolaievitch. Head of a Negro. (Property 
of the Academy.) 

xx6. Klever, July Julievitch. Forest. (Property of the Academy.) 

1x7. Kramskoy, Ivan Nicolaievitch. Portrait of the Artist's Daughter. 
(Property of the Academy.) 

1x8. Kivschenko, Alexey Danilovitch. Assorting Feathers. 

1x9. Morozoff, Alexander Ivanovitch. The Foundry of Omutings, 



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RUSSIA — OIL PAINTINGS AND WATER COLORS. 425 

UO. AiTazovtky, laan Constantinovitch. Columbus Landing with His 

Suite at San Salvador. 
Z3Z. NaTosoff, Vasily Ivanovitch. A Free Dining-room. (Property of the 

Academy.) 

122. Kuzaezoff, Nicolay Dmitrievitch. The Justice of the Peace, 1888. 

123. Miasotedoff, Gregory, Gregorievitch. The Escape of Gregory Otrepiefif, 

near the frontier of Lithuania. (Property of the Academy.) 

224. Aivazovsky, Ivan Constantinovitch. Garibaldi and the Garibaldians 
on the deck of a Steamer. 

125. Kivschenko, Alexey Danilovitch. A Wolf Caught Alive. (Property of 
the Academy.) 

Z26. Litovschenko, Alexander Dmitrievitch. The Italian Embassador, Cal- 
vuci, drawing the favorite falcons of the Czar, Alexey Mihailovitch. 
(Property of the Academy.) 

127. Makovsky, Constantin Egorovitch. Portrait of a Lady. 

Z28. Bobroff, Victor Alexeievitch. A Jew from Kovna, 1886. 

Z29. Aivazovsky, Ivan Constantinovitch. A Street in Bachtchisaray (Cri- 
mea.) 

Z30. Dmitrieff-Orenburg^sky, Nicolay Dmitrievitch. A Drowned Man in a 

Country Place. 

EAST WALL. 

Z3Z. Jacoby, Valerian Ivanovitch. The Ice Palace, 1881. (Property of the 

Academy.) 
Z32. Schischkine, Ivan Ivanovitch. A Forest. (Property of the Academy.) 
Z33. Savinsky, Vasily Evmentievitch. The Invitation of the Sick Duke 

Posharsky to accept the command of the army. (Property of the 

Academy.) 



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SOCIETY OF 



POLISH ARTISTS 



GEORGE SOSNOWSKI. 

MICISLAS NIEDZWIEDZINSKI. 

VALERY BROCHOCKI. 

Delegates of the Society of Polish Artists at tfie 
World's Coiunil)ian Exposition. 



For information regarding Polish Worics 
which are for sale, apply at the desic in 
Gallery No. 62, West Pavilion. 



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Society of Polish Artists- 



THE NUMBERS TO WHICH THIS CATALOGUE REFERS 

ARE PRINTED IN RED. 

MANY OF THESE WORKS ARE FOR SALE. 
FOR INFORMATION AND PRICES INQUIRE 
AT THE DESK IN GALLERY 62— WEST PA- 
VILION. 

GALLERY 62-OIL PAINTINGS. 

SOUTH WALL. j 

BEGINNING AT THE WEST SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 61. 

X. Gerson, W. (Warsaw) Hedwige, Queen of Poland. i 

2. Ryszkiewicz, J. 'Warsaw) Cossacks. ' 

i 

WEST WALL. 

3. Stankiewicz, L. (Warsaw) Winter. 

4. Alchimowicz, K. (Warsaw) Mi Ida (Goddess of Love). 

5. Podkowinski, W. (Warsaw) In the Forest. 

6. Matejko, J. (Cracow) Wemihara Relating the History of Poland and 

Prophesying her Resuscitation. 

7. Kedzierski, A. (Warsaw) A Rustic Astronomer. 

8. Mastawski, S. (Warsaw) Before the Impressment. 

NORTH WALL. 

9. Male^ewski, J. (Cracow) Death of An Exiled Woman in Siberia. 
10. Chelmonski, J. (Warsaw) Hares. 
zx. Dukszynska, E. (Warsaw) A Pet. 
12. Matejko, J. (Cracow) St. John's Night. 
X3. Pawliszak, W. (Warsaw) At the Gate of Zhan Margli Tivej. 

14. Zmurko, F. (Warsaw) A Lady in Fur. 

15. Kendzierskiy A. (Warsaw) Return from Town. 

16. Zmurko, F. (Warsaw) The Feudal Law. 

17. Gerson, W. (Warsaw) Crossing the Brook. 

18. Szyndier, P. (Warsaw) Dolce far niente. 

19. Kawsik, J. (Warsaw) Reverie. 



SOCIETY OF POLISH ARTISTS — OIL PAINTINGS. 429 

EAST WALL. 

ao. Alchitnowicz, K. (Warsaw) A Traveling Merchant. 

21. Poswikowa, B. (Warsaw) Fruit. 

22. Poswikowa, B. (Warsaw) Fruit. 

23. Popiel, T. (Cracow) After the Storm. 

24. Piotrowicz, L. (St. Petersburg) Birches. 

25. Zmurko, F. (Warsaw) Pieta. 

26. Alchimowicz, K. (Warsaw) A Moorish Girl. 

27. Popiel, T. (Cracow) A View of Lakapane (A Village in Poland). 

SOUTH WALL. 

28. Jasinski, L. (Warsaw) Holiday Divine Service. 

29. Stankiewicz, L. (Warsaw) Forest Scene. ' 

30. Maszynski, J. (Warsaw) An Algerian Boy. 

31. Stankiewicz, L. (Warsaw) Forest. 

WEST COURT AND ON SECOND AND THIRD 

FLOORS. 

ALCOVE ^102. 

IN THE NORTH-WeA STAIRCASE OF THE WEST COURT. 

32. Geneli, M. (Warsaw) A Study. 

33. Geneli, M. (Warsaw) A Study. 

34. Podkowinski, W. (Warsaw) Ladies Playing Billiards. 

35. Kawrik, J. (Warsaw) A Young Mother. 1 

36. Stasiak, L. (Cracow) Moonlight Night. 

37. Dukszynska, £. (Warsaw) Autumn. 

38. Gramatyka, A. (Cracow) Environments of Cracow. 

39. Geneli, M. (Warsaw) A Model. 

40. Szwignicki, R. (Warsaw) Bailiff. 

41. Szwi^icki, R. (Warsaw) Electioneering. 

42. Piotrowski, A. (Cracow) A Young Mother. 

43. Maszynski, J. (Warsaw) Mephistopheles Serenade. 

44. Pillati, X. (Warsaw) From the Ferry. 

45. Garyer, M. (Warsaw) A Study, 

46. Podkawinski, W. (Warsaw) In the Garden. 

47. Podkawinski, W. (Warsaw) The "New World," a Street in Warsaw. 

48. Podkawinski, W. (Warsaw) The Dance of Skeletons. 

49. Daniszcwska, M. (Warsaw) A Warsaw Straw Mat Dealer. 

50. Gramatyka, A. (Cracow) A Pond. 

51. Cichacki, F. (Warsaw) Shepherd Boys. 
53. Stasiak, L. (Cracow) Winter. 

53. Daniszewska, M. (Warsaw) A Warsaw Coal Seller. 

54. Pawlawski, J. (Warsaw) Harvest in Landomir. 

55. Poswikowa, B. (Warsaw) Flowers. 

STAIRCASE LANDING AT SECOND FLOOR. 

56. Piotrowski, A. (Cracow) Waiting. 

57. Owidzki, T. (Warsaw) Waiting. 



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58. Laremlaski, M. (Warsaw) A Somnambulist. 

59. Goscimski, W. (Warsaw) The Valley of Oicaw. 

60. Ciaglinski, J. (St. Petersburg) A Study. 
6x. Mas.'synski, J. (Warsaw) A Game Dealer. 

62. Gramatyka, A. (Cracow) Environments of Cracow. 

63. Dukszynska, £. (Warsaw) Abandoned. 

STAIRCASE LANDING AT THIRD FLOOR. 

64. Luchadolski, L. (Warsaw) Gypsy Camp. 

65. Maleszewski, T. (Warsaw) A Polish Fiddler. 

66. Mroczkowski, A. (Cracow) Tatry Mountains. 

67. Alchimawicz, A. (Warsaw) Ginski in Prison. 

68. Szwojnicki, R. (Warsaw) In the Morning. 

69. Reyzner, M. (Paris) Bretan Peasants. 

70. Pruszkowski, W. (Cracow) Love*s Secret. (Pastel.) 

71. Trembaer, M. (Warsaw) The Good Samaritan. 

AROUND THE TOP OF THE NORTHWEST STAIRCASE. 

72. Alchtmawicz, K. (Warsaw) Gathering Mushrooms. 

THIRD FLOOR, WEST END'oF WEST COURT. 

73. Tetmayer, W. (Cracow) The Penman. 

74. Ztnurko, F. (Warsaw) Under the Influence of Hasheesh. 

75. Styka, J. (Cracow) Queen of Poland Pray for Us, 

76. Gerson, W. (Warsaw) The Baptism of Lithuania. 

77. Gerson, W. (Warsaw) Music. (Design for a ceiling.) 

78. Gerson, W. (Warsaw) Dance. (Design for a ceiling.) 

79. Kossak, S. Taudos (Cracow). Twenty-five V'iews of Cracow. (In water 

colors.) 

80. Zmurko, F. (Warsaw) Evening Song. 
8x. Tetmayer, W. (Cracow) Wedding. 

82. Gerson, W. (Cracow) King Sigismund's Vision. 

AROUND THE TOP OF THE SOUTH-WEST STAIRCASE. 

83. Wisniewski, B. (Warsaw) Shepherd Boy. 

84. Ryszkiewicz, J. (Warsaw) Summer Night 

85. Gerson, W. (Warsaw) Above the Clouds. 

86. Maleszewski, T. (W^arsaw) Cupids Doing Penance. 

87. Dukszynska, £. (Warsaw) Meditation. 

STAIRCASE, BETWEEN THE SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS. 

88. Maszynski, J. (Warsaw) In Despair. 

89. Zalewski, M. (Warsaw) Interior View of a Church. 

90. Brochacki, W. (Warsaw) In the Park. 

91. Gryglewski, A. (Warsaw) Interior of a Church. 

92. Mirecki, K. (Warsaw) Disconsolate. 

93. Mirecki, K. Warsaw) Bohun's Attack. 

94. Zmurko, F. (Warsaw) Children's Heads. 



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STAIRCASE, BETWEEN SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS. 

95. Modcustein, D. (Warsaw) In Christian Care. 

96. Iztencel, M. (Warsaw) Ophelia. 

97. Pioutkowski, H. (Warsaw) Murder. 

98. Guminski, W. (Warsaw) The First Snow. 

99. Kasicwicz, M. (Warsaw) Where Shall We Go? 
zoo. Maszynski, J. (Warsaw) In the Forest. 

loi. Picchawski, W. (Warsaw) The Four Seasons. 

102. Piotrowski, A. (Cracow) Winter Morning. 

103. Wodzinowski, W. (Cracow) Poisonous Mushrooms. 
Z04. Kendzicrski, A. (Warsaw) To Church. 

105. Kauziky J. (Warsaw) A Woman's Head. 

106. Ciaglinski, J. (St. Petersburg) Reverie. 

107. Piotrowski, A. (Cracow) Tossed by the Ocean's Wave. 

108. Rosen, P. (Warsaw) Strolling. 

Z09. Stasiak, L. (Cracow) Peasant Custom, After the Wedding. 

xio. Cichocki, F. (Warsaw) Farewell. 

zzi. Stasiak, L. (Cracow) Sacrificed. 

Z12. Goscimski, W. (Warsaw) At a Pond. 

ZZ3. Modenstein, D. (Warsaw) The Hour of Rest. 

ZZ4. Garyez, M. (Warsaw) A Buga Type. 

ZZ5. Stasiak, L. (Cracow) Scene from Brzesk Life. 

zz6. Modenstein, D. (Warsaw) A Woman's Head. 

ZZ7. Geneli, M. (Warsaw) At Work. 

zz8, Garyez, M. (Warsaw) Reconvalescent 

WEST COURT— GROUND FLOOR. 

ON SCREEN NEXT TO SPANISH ART EXHIBIT. 

ALCOVE 95. 

Z20. Picchowski, W. (Warsaw) Via et Vita l^ostra. 
Z2Z. Maszynski, J. (Warsaw) A Rustic Choir. 
zaa. Ciaglinski, J. (St Petersburg) Birch Trees. 



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Delegate General, 
H. E. Senor DN. ENRIQUE DUPUY DE LOME, 

Hotel Metropole, Chicago. 



Commissioner for Fine Arts, 
SElioR DN: A. G. DEL CAMPILLO 

82 Twenty-Sixth Street, Chicago. 



For information relating to the worl<s of 
art exhibited, apply at the office in 
Alcove 97, West Court, Central Pavilion. 



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SPAIN. 



THE NUMBERS TO WHICH THIS CATALOGUE REFERS 

ARE PRINTED IN RED. 



MANY OF THESE WORKS ARE FOR SALE. FOR 
INFORMATION AND PRICES APPLY AT THE DESK 
AT THE ENTRANCE TO THE SPANISH SECTION. 
ALCOVE 97. WEST COURT. 

Group 139 -Sculpture 

WEST COURT. 

BEGINNING AT THE EAST END OF THE COURT. 

1. Gandarias y Plangan, Justo de (Madrid). Fortune. (Plaster.) 

2. Nu&ez Fernandez, Ramon (Madrid). A Slave in the Market Place. 

(Plaster.) 

IN ALCOVE 96. 

3. Alcoverro y Amoros, Jos^ (Madrid). A Duet. (Bronze group.) 

4. Marinos y Gracia (Segovia). Model Resting. (Bronze.) 

WEST COURT. 

5. Gandarias y Plangan. Japanese Woman. (Marble.) 

6. Reynea, Jos^ (Barcelona). San Luis Gonzaga. (Plaster.) 

7. Claraso, Enrique (Barcelona). Remorse. (Plaster.) 

8. Gandarias y Plaugan (Madrid). Shipwrecked. (Plaster.) Owned by 

the National Museum of Painting and Sculpture (Madrid). 

9. Viziano y Marti, Jos6 (Valencia). Cardinal Cisneros. (Plaster.) 

10. Parera y Saurina, Antonio (Barcelona). Labor's Reward. (Plaster.) 
XI. Cipriano, Folgueras. Mars. (Plaster). 

13. Marinas y Garcia, Aniceto (Segovia). The Fishers Caught. (Group in 
plaster.) 

ALCOVE 97. 

13. Ginea y Ortiz, Adela (Madrid). A Struggle for Life. (Plaster.) 

14. Vallmftana Abarca, Agapito (Barcelona). The Lion Hunter. (Baked 

clay.) 

15. Lopez, Francisco de Asis (Madri^. Wax Design for a Medal to Com- 

memorate the 400th Anniversary of the Piscovery of America. Group 
145. 



SPAIN — SCULPTURE. 435 

i6. Vallmitjana, VeDoncio (Barcelona). Beauty Vanquishing Force. (Baked 
clay.) 

17. Arneu y Masent, Eusebio (Barcelona). Obverse and reverse of bronze 

medal. 

18. Siisiilo, Monument to Columbus for Havana, Cuba. Bronze bas-relief 

representing Columbus before the Catholic kings on his return froir. 
America. 

SOUTH COURT. 

IN FRONT OF ENTRANCE TO GALLERY 21, SPANISH SECTION. 

19. Montcro'y Navas, Jos6 (Madrid). The Allegory of Architecture. (Plas- 

ter.) 

GALLERY 2L 

ao. Estrada de Picabia, Francisco de Asis (Barcelona). Portrait bust. 

GALLERY 22. 

21. Querol, Augustin (Tortoso). Tradition. (Bronze.) Lent by the Museo 
Nacional de Pintura y Escultura, Madrid. 

GALLERY 23. 

23. Amntio, Federico (Madrid). A Love Story. (Bronze group.) 

23. Castellanas 7 Escola, Miguel (Barcelona). Bust of Monturiol. 

24. Querol, Augustin (Tortosa). Child and Duck. (Bronze.) Lent by the 

Museo Nacional de Pintura y Esculturai Madrid. 



IN THE SPANISH GOVERNMENT BUILDING. 

NEAR THE LAKE FRONT. 

2$, Serra, Francisco de Asis (Barcelona). A Nazarene. (Bust in baked 
clay.) 

26. Serra, Francisco de Asis (Barcelona). St. Gerome. 

27. Serra, Francisco de Asis (Barcelona). The Child Jesus. 

28. Alsina 7 Amils, Antonio (Madrid). Child*s Head. (Baked clay.) 

29. Amau 7 Masent, Eusebio (Barcelona). Hope. (Group in plaster.) 

30. Amau 7 Masent, Antonio (Madrid). Ave Maria. (Group in baked clay.) 

31. Campen7 7 Santamaria, ]os6 (Barcelona). Female Bull Fighter. 

32. Campen7 7 Santamaria, Jos^ (Barcelona). A Beauty. 

33. Campen7 7 Santamaria, Jos6 (Barcelona). A Fop. 

34. Campen7 7 Santamaria, ]os6 (Barcelona). Bust in baked clay.) 

35. Casananas Gonzales, Antonio (Madrid). Bust of the Countess de Pin- 

edo. 

36. Duqua 7 Duque, Eugenio (Madrid). The Genius of War. (Plaster.) 

37. Duque 7 Duque, Eugenio (Madrid). Bust of Christino Martos. (Plas- 

ter.) 

38. Estrada de Picabia, Francisco de Asis (Barcelona). Saint Cecilia. 

(Baked clay.) 

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436 world's COI-UMBIAN exposition— DEP'T K — FINE ARTS. 

59. Estrada de Picabia, Francisco de Asis (Barcelona). Meditation. (Baked 
clay.) 

40. Innrria Lainosa, Mateo (Cordoba). Santa Teresa de Jesus. (Artificial 

marble.) 

41. Monserrat y Portella, Jos^ (Barcelona). The First Attempt. (Plaster.) 

42. Folg^iiras, C. The First Pair of Earrings. Lent by the Museo Nacional 

de Pintura y Escultura, Madrid. 

43. Alcoberro. Mars. Lent by the Museo Nacional de Pintura y Escultura, 

Madrid. 

44. Vallmitjana Abarca, Agapito (Barcelona). The Lion Hunter. (Baked 

clay.) 



IN THE MANUFACTURES AND LIBERAL ARTS 

BUILDING. 

45. Rieca 7 Caaanovas, Juan (Barcelona). Imitation of Metal Decorative 

Plaque — The Barcelona Exposition of 1888. 

46. Riera 7 Casanovas, Juan (Barcelona). Bas-relief — Music. 

47. Cubero, Jos^ (Malaga). Exhibit of Sculptures in baked clay. Seven- 

teen subjects in a group. 



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Group 140- Oil Paintings. 

GALLERY 23— NUMBERS 48 TO 120, INCLUSIVE 

NORTH WALL. 

BEGINNING AT THE EAST SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE FROM THE NORTH 

COURT (ALCOVE 97). 

48. Agrasot y Juan, Joaquin (Valencia). To the Health of the Bride. 

49. Agrasot y Juan, Joaquin (Valencia). Sisters of Charity. 

50. Arroys Fernandez, Rafael (Madrid). Landscape. 

51. Larrocha Gonzalez, Jos6 de (Madrid). The Gold Hunter. 

52. Uria, Jos^ (Madrid). Papa's Sword. 

53. Jadraquey Sanchez Ocafla Mig^uel (Madrid). Great and Small Game. 

EAST WALL. 

54. Bilbao, Gonzalo (Sevilla). Return from Work. 

55. OHva Rodrigo, Eugenio (Madrid). Young Savoyards. 

56. Loubere, Juan (Malaga). Rest. 

57. Hcrrer, Cesar (Madrid), Santi Apostoli Canal, Venice, 

58. Ramirez y Ibanez, Manuel (Madrid). Head of a Child. 

59. Bilbao, Gonzalo (Sevilla). Orange Pickers in Andalusia. 

60. Bilbao, Gonzalo (Sevilla). Friday in a Cemetery in Morocco. 

61. Balbao, Gonzalo (Sevilla). San Trovato, Venice. 

62. Balbao, Gonzalo (Sevilla) Resting. 

63. Bilbao, Gonzalo (Sevilla). "Come Back Soon." 

64. Pelayo Fernandez, Eduardo (Madrid). The Guadarrama Mountains. 

65. Cortes y Cordero, Eduardo (Seville). Head of an Andalusian Woman. 

66. Martines Abades, Juan (Madrid). In the Bay. 

67. Cortes y Cordero, Eduardo (Seville). Head of an Andalusian Woman. 

68. Morera, Jaime (Madrid). Coast of Normandy. 

69. Moreno Carbonero, Jos^. Gil Bias. 

70. Moreno Carbonero, Jos6. "Go On." 

71. Moreno Carbonero, Jos^, Don Quixote and the Flock of Sheep. 

72. Roig y Soler (Barcelona). Port of Barcelona. 

73. Casachs y Cusachs, Jos6 (Barcelona). Cavalry Crossing a Ford. 

74. Casachs y Cusachs, Jos^ (Barcelona). Trumpeter of Chasseurs. 

75. Cusachs y Cusachs, Jos^ (Barcelona). Lancers on the March. 

76. Parlade y Heredia, Andres (Seville). Journey to Pavia. 

77. Garnelo, Jos6 (Madrid). Interior of St. Mark's, Venice. 

78. Garnelo, Jos^ (Madrid). An Englishman. 

79. Garnelo, Jos6 (Madrid). "I Could Have Been a Minister." 



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80. Ocon 7 Rivas, Emilio (Malaga). The Last Hurrah. 

81. Vegay Marrugal, Josd de la (Seville). Corral at Seville. 

82. Vega y Marrugal, ]os6 de la (Seville). Chaplain of Santa Clara, Seville. 

SOUTH WALL. 

83. Frances y Pascual, Placido (Madrid). Father's Advice. 

84. Manterola, Lucia (Madrid). The Lover's Torment. 

85. Murillo Carreras, Rafael (Malaga). The Tower of Homage. A Moorish 

Relic in Malaga. 

86. Martinez Abades, Juan (Madrid). Communion on Board the Ship. Lent 

by the Museo Nacional del Pintura y Escultura, Madrid. 

87. Triado y Mayol, Jos^ (Barcelona). In the Laboratory. 

88. Jimenez Aranda, Luis (Paris). The Lovers. 

89. Paternani, Enrique (Haro). Mother's Visit. 

90. Garcia y Rodriguez, Manuel (Seville). Summer in Seville. 

91. Cortes y Cordero, Eduardo (Sevilla). Head of an Andalusian Woman. 

WEST WALL. 

92. Lorenzale Regent, Ramiro (Barcelona). Contrast. 

93. Lafita y Blanco, Jos^ (Seville). An Inn, Seville. 

94. Kumetra y Rag^ll, Fernando (Barcelona). The Arts Saluting Immor- \ 

tality. ■ 

95* Alvarez Dumont, Cesar (Madrid). Episode of the War of Independence, 

1808. I 

96. Brugada y Panizo, Luis (Barcelona). Lost! 

97. Planella y Rodriguez, Juan (Barcelona). The Little Weaver. ' 

98. Esteban y Vivero, Enrique (Madrid). Flying Artillery. 

99. Villegas Brieva, Manuel (Madrid). Memories. 
100. Porro, Angel (Habana). Landscape in Calabazar. 

xox. Beruete, Aureliano de (Madrid). The Guadarrama Mountains, from 

Madrid. 
Z02. Firado, F. (Seville) An Audalusian Singer. 
X03. Tapiro, Jos6, A Moorish Wedding Dance. 
Z04. Munoz-Degrain, Antonio (Valencia). The Lovers of Teruel. Lent by 

the Museo de Pintura y Escultura, Madrid. 
105. Dapousa Bengoechea, Niceto (Madrid). Birds. 
Z06. Dapousa Bengoechea, Niceto (Madrid). Flowers. 

107. Ferrer, Antonio de (Barcelona). Leaving Church. . 

108. Reyna, Antonio. San Trovaso, Venice. I 

109. Rusifiol, Santiago (Barcelona). Garden in Winter. 

no. Hidalgo, Felix Resurreccion (Paris). Farewell to the Sun. 

111. Hidalgo, Felix Resurreccion (Paris). Twilight. 

112. Herrer, Cesar (Madrid). Study of Ships. 

113. Gamclo, Jos^ (Madrid). The First Homage Paid to Columbus in the 

New World. , 

NORTH WALL. j 

X14. Garnelo, Jos^ (Madrid). Suicide for Love. | 

X15. Tcxidor y Torres, Modesto. Unlucky, 



SPAIN — OIL PAINTINGS. 439 

xi6, Trias y Giro, !• ederico (Barcelona). Under Tutelage. 
1x7. Barbara 7 Balza, Joaquin (Madrid). The Last Farewell. 
Z18. Vega y Marrugal, ]os6 de la (Seville). Grapes. 
X19. Vega y Marrugal, Jos^ de la (Seville). Grapes. 

120. Maureta y Aracil, Gabriel (Madrid). Mary Stuart Just Before the 
Execution. 



GALLERY 22-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 121 TO 178, INCLUSIVE. 

WEST WALL, 

BEGINNING AT THE NORTH SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 23. 

121. Pena y Muiioz, Maximino (Madrid). A Dainty Mouthful. 

122. Casas, Ramon (Barcelona). Looking over Books. 

123. Jimenez Aranda, Luis (Paris). A Hospital Ward. Visit of the Chief 

Physician. 

124. Jimenez Aranda, Luis (Paris). The Cloth Market in the Temple, Paris. 

125. Peila y Munoz, Maximino (Madrid). Art in the Country. 

126. SoroUa, Joaquin (Madrid). Another Marguerite. 

127. Checa y Delicado, Felipe (Badajoz), Making Use of an Opportunity 

128. Frances y Arribas, Fernanda (Madrid). Field Flowers. 

129. Frances y Arribas, Fernanda (Madrid). Crabs. 

130. Cutanda, Vicente (Madrid). A Strike in Vizcaya. 

131. Alvarez, Luis (Barcelona). The Visit. ' 

132. Gonzalvo Perez, Pablo (Madrid). St. Maria's, Venice. 
Z33. Aranjo Ruano, Joaquin (Madrid). Mouth of the Vigo. 
Z34. Rusinol, Santiago (Barcelona). Pawnbroker's Shop. 

Z35. Galofre Oiler, Francisco (Barcelona). A Public Whipping, in Barcelona 
in the Middle of the Seventeenth Century. 

136. Rusinol, Santiago (Barcelona). Gardens at Montmartre. 

137. Araujo Ruano, Joaquin (Madrid). Fish Market on Vigo. 

138. Araujo Ruano Joaquin (Madrid). " Who is to Pay? " 

NORTH WALL. 

139* • Casas, Ramon (Barcelona). £rik-Satie. 

140. Madrazo y Garreta, Ricardo de. The Bathing Hour. 

Z4X. Martinez y Altes, Gabriel (Barcelona). Tavern, Sixteenth Century. 

Z42* Frances y Pascual, Placido (Madrid). In the Garden. 



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143. Arpa y Perea, Jos6 (Seville). A Peasant Girl. 

144. Rusifiol, Santiago (Barcelona). Cemetery of Montmartre. 

145. Sorolla, Joaquin (Madrid). The Watchman. 

146. Andrade, Angel (Cindad Real). An Anniversary. Lent by the Museo 

Nacional de Pintura y Escultura (Madrid.) 

147. Baixas Carreter, Juan (Barcelona). Contemplation. 

148. Abades-Martinez, Juan (Madrid). Breaking Waves. 

149. Maura y Montaner, Francisco (Madrid). Alcala Street, MadVid, after 

the Bull Fight. 

150. Lopez Cabrera, Ricardo (Seville). The Spinner. 
x5x. Ag^ado 7 Guerra, Jos^ (Madrid). A Stable. 

152. Campuzano, Tomas (Madrid). The Cantabrian Coast. 

153. Lopez Cabrera, Ricardo (Seville). Daphnis and Chloe. 

154. Diez Francis, Jos^ (Barcelona). Early Dawn. 

155. Arnedo, Jorge de (Seville). The Rest at the Spring. 

156. Lhardy, Augustin (Madrid). Landscape. 

EAST WALL. 

157. TexidQf y Torres (Modesto). The Little Sailors. 

158. Beniete, Aureliano de (Madrid). The Heights of Fuenfria. 

159. Beniete, Aureliano de( Madrid). Landscape at Torrelodones. 
x6o. Jimenez Aranda, Jos6 (Madrid). The Saint*s Sweets. 

161. Jimenez y Aranda, Jos€ (Madrid). Who is Being Fooled. 

162. Carboreno Moreno, Jos6. Conversion of the Duke of Candia. 

163. Lafita y Blanco, Jos6 (Seville). Banks of the Guadalete. 

164. Jimenez Aranda, Jos^ (Madrid). An Accident in the Bull Ring. 
Z65. Jimenez Aranda, Jos^ (Madrid). On the Terrace. 

x66. Sorollo, Joaquin (Madrid). In a Group. 

197. Sorollo, Joaquin (Madrid). Relics. 

z68. Sorollo, Joaquin (Madrid). Flower Girls. 

169. Gessa y Arias, Sebastian (Madrid). Autumn Fruits. 

170. Gessa y Arias, Sebastian (Madrid). Spring Flowers and Fruit. 

171. Jimenez Aranda, Luis (Paris). "For a Good Boy.V 

172. Simonet, Enrique, Malaga. Flevit Super lUam. 

173. Gonzalvo Perez, Pablo (Madrid). Chapel of St. Isidoro, St. Mark's, 

Venice. 

174. Bermudo Matios, Jos6 (Madrid). The Caf^ Thief. 
175- Urgell y Inglada, Modesto (Barcelona). "Be StilL" 

176. Vayreda y Vila, Mariano (Barcelona). Repose. 

177. Jaraba Jimenez, Manuel Enrique (Malaga). Study of a Figure. 

SOUTH WALL— NO. 160. 

178. Resales, Eduardo (Madrid). Isabella the Catholic Dictating Her WiU. 

Lent by the Museo Nacional de Pintura y Escultura, Madrid. 



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GALLERY 21 -OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 179 TO 219, INCLUSIVE. 

WEST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT NORTH SIDE OF ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 22. 

179. Pinos 7 Pala, Juan, Barcelona. Shepherd. 



180. Santa Maria Sedano, Marceliano (Burgos).' The Triumph of the Holy 
Cross. 

EAST WALL. 

z8z. Riquer 7 Inglada, Alejandro de (Barcelona). The Divine Shepherd. 

182. Rosales, Eduardo (Madrid). Study of an Italian Peasant. 

183. Tezidor 7 Torres (Modesto). Melancholy. 

184. Menocal, Armando (Habana). Embarcation of Columbus, by order of 

Boabdilla. 

Z85. Riquer 7 Inglada Alejandrode (Barcelona). The Duck Tender. 

186. Maurita 7 Arcie, Gabriel (Madrid). Twilight. 

187. Barran, Laureano (Barcelona). Peasant and Women. 

188. Ramirez Ibanez, Manuel (Madrid). Subyrbs of Madrid. 

189. Comba 7 Garcia, Juan (Madrid). Artillery Passing. 

190. Ramirez 7 Ibanez, Manuel (Madrid). In the Garden. 

19Z. Rosales, £. (Madrid) Study of Landscape. ^ 

192. Garnelo, Eloisa (Madrid). Mountain \4intagers. 
X93. Olaria, J. (Madrid) A Jolly Time. 

EAST WALL. 

194. Utrillo 7 Viadera, Antonio (Barcelona). Carmen, 

X95« Arro70 Fernandez, Rafael (Madrid). Andalusian Dancer. 

Z96, Loubere, Juan (Malaga). Study from the Nude. 

197. ViUalobos 7 Diaz, Manuel (Seville). Head of an Andalusian Woman. 

198. Madrazo 7 Garreta, Ricardo de (Paris, France). Consuelo. 

199. Turina, Joaquin (Seville). Seville. 

200. Alca7de 7 Mont070, Julia (Madrid). The Great Square. 

201. Doming^ez, M. (Madrid) Venetian Terrace. 

202. Triado 7 Ma70l, Jos^ (Barcelona). Coast of Ampurdan. 

203. Rusifiol, Santiago (Barcelona). An Old Woman. 

204. Moragas 7 Terras, Tomas (Barcelona). Morocco Caravan Resting. 
20S' Dominguez, M. (Madrid) A Royal Ball. 

206. Bermndo Mateos, Jos6 (Madrid). In Guinoi. 

207. •Camo7ans, G. Flowers. 

208. Diez Frances, Jos6 (Barcelona). Ruined Houses. 

SOUTH WA'LL. 

209. Clcmcntc 7 Peru, Salvador (Seville). The Summer Swallows Will 

Return. 



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210. Garcia Pricto, Andres (Santander). The Tarantella. 

21 z. Robles y Martinez, Jos6 (Oviedo). Florinda. 

212. Robles y Martinez, Jos^ (Oviedo). Sunday in a Village. 

213. Parlade y Heredia, Andres (Seville). The Treaty of Caspe. 

214. Crespo Villanueva, Manuel (Madrid). Entrance to the House in Which 

Columbus Died. 

2x5. Pefia y Mufioz, Maximino (Madrid). In Labor's Field. 

216. Laforet, Eduardo (Castellon de la Plana). Interior of the Cathedral of 

Toledo. 

217. Lafita y Bianco, ]os6 (Seville). Pier of the Port of Santa Maria. 
2x8. Garcia Prieto, Andres (Santander). One Angel More. 

2x9. Gonzalvo Perez, Pablo (Madrid). The Arabian New Tower, Saragossa. 



SOUTH COURT.. 

WEST WALL-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 220 TO 230, INCLUSIVE 

BEGINNING AT THE NORTH SIdE OF THE ENTRANCE TO THE RUSSIAN SECTIOM 

220. Roig 7 Soler, Juan (Barcelona). Beach at Sitges. 

22V. Tolosa-Aisina, Aurelio (Barcelona). A Moorish Story. 

222. Ferran, Luis (Madrid). May Day in Madrid. 

223. Arpa y Perca, Jos6 (Seville). Port of Seville. 

224. Arpa y Perea, Jos6 (Seville). Landscape. 

225. Santa Maria Sedano Marceliano (Burgos). Prq^aring the Mass. 

226. Garcia Pricto, Andres (Santander). Portico of Ducal Palace, Venice. 

227. Ferran, Luis (Madrid). The Palace Gate on Reception Day. 

228. Tolosa-Alsina, Aurelio (Barcelona). The Cock Fight. 

229. Vivo Tarin, Eugenio (Valencia). A Cosy Nest. 

230. Ortiz Gamimdi, Jos^ (Valencia). Landscape near Valencia. 



SPAIN — OIL PAINTINGS, WATER COLORS, DRAWINGS, ETC. 443 



GROUPS 140 TO 144. 

OIL PAINTINGS, WATER COLORS, 

PASTELS, DRAWINGS, ETCHINGS, 
ENGRAVINGS, ETC. 

WEST COURT. 

NUMBERS 231 TO 319, INCLUSIVE. • 

ALCOVE 96. 

231. Rios, Ricardo de los (Madrid). Prayer. (Etching after the painting by 

Charles Sprague Pearce.) 

232. Tapiro, Jos6 (Tangiers). Bandits of the Sus. (Water color.) 

233. Pando, Jos^ de (Seville) The Gardener. (Pastel.) 

234. Garcia Prieto, Andres (Santander). The Ginaleca Canals Venice. (Oil 

painting.) 

235a Gonzaieo Seyiliano, Antonio (Seville). The First Kiss. (Oil painting.) 

236. Flores, Eduardo (Madrid). Landscape (Water color.) 

237. Flores, Eduardo (Madrid). Landscape. (Water color.) 

238. Flores, Eduardo (Madrid). Landscape. (Water color.) 

239. Rios, Ricardo de los (Madrid). Portrait of Columbus. (Etching.) 

240. Rios, Ricardo de los (Madrid). Portrait of Garibaldi. (Etching.) 
24Z. Tapiro, Jose (Tangiers). Moorish Bride. (Water color.) 

242. Rios, Ricardo de los (Madrid). Prelude. (After C. S. Pearce.) (Etching.) 

243. Tapiro, Jos€ (Tangiers). A Moorish Caf€. (Water color.) 

244. Tapiro, Jos6 (Tangiers). A Moorish Bridegroom. (Water color.) 

245. Palliser, J. L. (Province of Barcelona) A Drawing for Illustration. 

(Black and white.) 

246. Rios, Ricardo de los (Madrid). Potatoes. (After Lerolle.) (Etching.) 

247. Comba y Garcia, Juan (Madrid). The Arenas Pier — Bilbao. (Pastel.) 

248. Aguirre y Rodriguez, Miguel (Madrid). Monaguillo. (Water color.) 

249. Florez, Eduardo (Madrid). Don Quixote and the Sheep. (Water color.) 

250. Gonzalez Sevillano, Antonio (Seville). Fair Time. (Oil painting.) 

251. Florez, Eduardo (Madrid). Landscape. (Water color.) 

252. Pando, Tos€ de (Seville). The Bath. (Pastel.) 

253. Araujo-Ruano, Joaquin (Madrid). Vandyke and the Marquis of Bristol 

(Etching after Vandyke.) 

254. Quinones, Arthuro (Habana). Crayon Portrait. 

255. Tapiro, J. (Tangiers) Moorish Saint. (Water color.) 

256. Rios, Ricardo de los (Madrid). Reaper. (Etching after Lerolle.) 

257. Checay Delicado, Felipe (Badajoz). Flowers. (Oil painting.) 



444 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP'T K — FINE ARTS. 

258. Sans 7 Corbella, Tomas (Barcelona). The Norman Coast (Oil paint- 

ing-) 

259. Araajo-Riiano, Joaquin (Madrid). Portrait of Prince Baltasar Carlos. 

(After Velasquez.) (Etching.) 

260. Rio8, Ricardo de los (Madrid). Water Bearer. (Etching after C S. 

Pearce.) 

261. Pando, Joseph de (Seville). Good to Another. (PasteL) 

262. Pellicer, J. L. (Gracia) Book Illustrations. (Pen and ink.) 

263. Rios, Ricardo de los (Madrid). Curiosity. (Etching after Pasiai.) 

264. Rios, Ricardo de los (Madrid). Fisher Girl. (Etching after C. S. Pearce.) 

265. Florez, £duardo( Madrid). Landscape. (Water color.) 

266. Sans 7 Corbella, Tomas (Barcelona). The Catalanian Coast (Oil paint- 

ing. 

267. Garcia Prieto, Andres (Santander). War News. (Oil painting.) 

268. Anaya y Leon, Francisco (Seville). Street in Granada. (Oil painting.) 

269. Garcia Prieto, Andres (Santander). Ducal Palace, Venice. (Oil paint- 

ing-) 

270. Tornia, Julio (Tangiers). Reading the Koran. (Oil painting.) ' 

271. Garcia Hispaleto, Manuel (Madrid). The Belle with the White Man- 

tilla. (Oil painting.) 

272. Bermudo Mateos, Jos^ (Madrid). Under the Awning. (Oil painting.) 

273. Fierros y Alvarez, Dionisio (Oviedo). A Roman Boy. (Oil painting.) 

274. Fierros y Alvarez, Dionisio (Oviedo). The Timid Girl. (Oil painting.) 

275. Gartner, Jose (Malaga). The Invincible. Wreck of the Spanish Ar- 

mada. (Oil painting.) 

276. Gari Torrent, Onofre (Madrid). Fishers Casting Nets. (Oil painting.) 

277. Fierros y Alvarez, Dionisio (Oviedo). Marine, near C^tabria. (Oil 

painting.) 

278. Gomez-Salvador, Constantino (Valencia). View of Pardo, Madrid. (Oil 

painting.) 

279. Garcia Hispaleto, Manuel (Madrid). A Moorish Woman. (Water 

color.) 

280. Alarcon, Julia (Madrid). Flowers. (Oil painting.) 

ALCOVE 97. 

281. Gasch y Blanch, Luis (Valencia). An Idyl. (Oil painting.) 

282. Maura y Montaner, Francisco (Madrid). View of Palma de Mallorca. 

(Oil painting.) 

283. Guillen, Pedemonte (Madrid). The Last Blessing. (Oil painting.) 

284. Turina, Joaquin (Seville). Return of Columbus to Palos. (Oil painting.) 

285. Grante Tejada, Luis (Malaga). Flowers. (Oil painting.) 

286. Porro, Angel (Havana, Cuba). A Ceiba Tree. (Oil painting.) 

287. Vila Pradcs, Julio (Valencia). Grave Diggers. (A Spanish Bull Fight 

(Oil painting.) 

288. Gomez Salvador, Constantino (Valencia). The Flower Girls. (Oil 

painting.) 

289. Castelucho, A. y C. (Barcelona) Rest. (Oil Painting. 

290. Lopez Cabrera, Ricardo (Seville). Grandpa's Story. (Oil painting.) 



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SPAIN — OIL PAINTINGS. WATER COLORS, DRAWINGS, ETC. 445 

991. Garcia Prieto, Andres (Santander). The Grand Canal, Venice. (Oil 
painting.) 

292, Alarcon, Julia (Madrid). A Peasant Girl from Valencia. (Oil paint- 
ing.) 

293* Martinez 7 Altes, Gabriel (Barcelona). Tavern, Sixteenth Century. 
(Oil painting.) 

294. Checa 7 Delicado, Felipe (Badajoz). Flowers and Fruit (Oil paint- 

ing.) 

295. Martinez 7 Altes, Gabriel (Barcelona). Monks Redeeming Prisoners 

in Tangiers, 1500. (Oil painting.) 

296. Piera, Francisco (Havana, Cuba). Crayon Portrait. 

297. Rios, Ricardo de los (Madrid). The Minister's Friends. (Etching 

after D. Ridgway Knight.) 

298. Piera, Francisco (Havana, Cuba). Crayon Portrait. 

299. Pellica, J. L. Book Illustrations. (Pen and ink.) 

300. Pellica, J. L. Book Illustrations. (Pen and ink.) 

30Z. Gonzalez-Sevillano, Antonio (Seville). The Hall of Ambassadors. (Oil 

painting.) 
302. Martinez 7 Altes, Gabriel (Barcelona). Gamblers, Sixteenth Century. 

(Oil painting.) 
301^ Piera, Francisco (Havana, Cuba). Crayon Portrait. 

304. Tolosa, Alsina Aurelio (Barcelona). Flowers. (Oil paintmg.) 

305. Porro, Angel (Havana, Cuba). Field of Labor. ■ (Oil painting.) 

306. Vilar Torres, Jos^ (Valencia). Autumn Twilight. (Oil painting.) 

307. Lopez-Cabrera, RicardoT[Seville). The Lazy Comer. (Oil painting.) 

308. Garcia, Camoyano Fernando (Seville). A Lullaby. (Oil painting.) 

309. Roig 7 Soler, Juan (Barcelona). Beach at Blanes. (Oil painting.) 

310. Barraie, Laureano (Barcelona). A Procession. (Oil painting.) 

31Z. B1UC0 7 Tresangels, Luis (Barcelona). Court of the Geese, Cathedral of 

Barcelona. (Oil painting.) 
312. Porro, Anad (Havana, Cuba). Noon on the Lake. (Oil painting.) 
3x3, Villar-Torres, Jos€ (Valencia). The Mill. (Oil painting.) 
3x4. Criado 7 Vaca, M. (Madrid) Landscape. (Oil painting.) 
3x5. Jaraba Jimenez, Manuel Enrique (Malaga). Marine. (Oil painting.) 
3x6. Araujo Ruano, Joaquin (Madrid). A Head. Etching after Rembrandt's 

"Syndics." (On pedestal.) 
317. Aurajo Ruano, Joaquin (Madrid). Philip IV's Fool. (Etching after 

Velasquez.) (On pedestal.) 
3x8. Xumetra 7 Rag^ll, Fernando (Barcelona). The Liberal Arts. (Screen 

with four panels. Painted in oil.) 
3x9. Ottero 7 Colomines (Havana, Cuba). Pen and Ink Portrait of Mrs. 

President Cleveland. 



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GROUPS 140, 141, 142, 143, 144 and 145, 

OIL PAINTINGS, WATER COLORS, 

DRAWINGS, PASTELS, ETCHINGS, 

ENGRAVINGS, ARCHITECTURE, 

ETC. 



IN THE SPANISH GOVERNMENT BUILDING. 

ON THE LAKE FRONT. 



NUMBERS 320 TO 411, INCLUSIVE. 

320. Aldana Monies, Francisco (Madrid). Landscape. 

321. Aigarra 7 Hurtado, Cosme (Madrid). San Francisco de Asis. 

322. Anaya 7 Leon, Francisco (Seville). The Drama of Montiel. 

323. Anaya 7 Leon, Francisco (Seville). Souvenir of Seville. 

324. Arpa 7 Perea, Jose (Seville). Pompey's Funeral. 

325. Brockmanny Llanos, Elisa (Madrid). A Procession in the Cloisters of 

San Juan de los Reyes, Toledo, 

326. Castelucho, A. y C. (Barcelona) A Portrait. 

327. Checa y Delicado, Felipe (Badajoz). "I Have Had Enough; it Stings." 

328. Clemente y Peru, Salvador (Seville). Under the Vine. 

329. Clemente y Peru, Salvador (Seville). Flowers. 

330. Fernandez Gil, Federico (Malaga). Bay of Malaga. 

331. . Ferrer, Antonio de (Barcelona). Interior of a Catalan Farmhouse. 

332. Ferrer, Antonio de (Barcelona). The Pilgrim. 

333. Ferrer, Antonio de (Barcelona). Catalan Girl a Hundred Years Ago. 

334. Ferrer Calatayud, Pedro (Madrid). Wrecks; a Stormy Day in the 

Levant. 

335. Galdacano y Avellaneda, Antonio de (Barcelona). "Here he Comes.*' 

(Scene in bull fight.) 

336. Galvez,^ Mariano Miguel (Zaragoza). Right Bank of the Ebro, in Sara- 

gossa. 

337. Garcia Prieto, Andres (Santander). Landscape, Picos de Europa. 

338. Garcia Prieto, Andres (Santander). Landscape. 

339. Garcia Prieto, Andres (Santander). The Campagna, Rome. 

340. Garcia Tome, Balbina (Seville). A Florist. 

341. Garcia Tome, Balbina (Seville). A Tradeswoman. 

342. Garcia Tome, Balbina (Seville). Preparing for a Festival, 



SPAIN— OIL Paintings, water colors, drawings etc. 447 

343* Garneo, Elosia (Madrid). Mountain Vintagers. 

544. Gartner, Jos^ (Malaga). Port of Malaga. 

345. Geneves Bernal, Eulogio (Malaga). Changing the Course. An inci- 

dent in the discovery of America. 

346. Gonzalez Sevillano, Antonio (Seville). Arab Festival. 

347. Gonzalez Sevillano, Antonio (Seville). Don Miguel de Mafiara, Founder 

of La Caridad (Charity) in Seville. 

348. Gonzalez Simancas, Manuel (Barcelona). A Flank Attack. 

349. Gonzalez Simancas, Manuel (Barcelona). After the Battle. 

350. Jaspe, Juan Nepomuceno (Corunna). Near Rome. 

351. Jaspe, Juan Nepomuceno (Corunna). The Road up to Panticosta. 

352. Jimenez Aranda, Jos^ (Madrid). A Game of Chess. 

353. Lopez Cantero, Manuel (Seville). Hall of Ambassadors, the Alcazar, 

Seville. 

354. Lopez Cantero, Manuel (Seville). Court of Figures, Alcazar, Seville. 

355. Loubere, Juan (Malaga). Andalusian Peasants. 

356. Maroon y Carcel, Julia (Valencia). Peasant Woman of Valencia. 

357. Marcon y Carcel, Julia (Valencia). Flowers. 

358. Miu'quez y Hernandez, Joaquin Maria (Madrid). The Seamstress' 

Room. 

359. Munoz, Lucena Tomas (Madrid). Palm Sunday. 

360. Munoz, Lucena Tomas (Madrid). Garden of the Escurial. 

361. Munoz, Lucena Tomas (Madrid). Coaching Station in Granada. 
3S2. Martinez-Abades, Juan (Madrid). Burial of the Pilot. 

363. Pacheco y Fuente, Ricardo (Santander). "Well?" 

364. Pacheco y Fuente, Ricardo (Santander). Study of a Head. 

365. Pirala, Maria (Madrid). Sea Fish. 

369. Pirala, Maria (Madrid). Autumn Flowers. 

367. Primelles, Angel (Habana). Port of Habana in a Storm. 

368. Primelles, Angel (Habana). Dawn on the Beach of San Lazaro. 
360. Ramirez e Ibanez, Manuel (Madrid). Suburbs of Madrid. 

370. Rodriguez de Rivera, Maria (Madrid). Grapes and Peaches. 

371. Rodriguez de Rivera, Maria (Madrid). Pansies and Pelargonios. 

372. Ruiz Luna, Justo (Cadiz). October 12, 1492. 

373. Sanchez Cuello, Alonzo (Madrid). Hernando Cortes. 

374. Sans y Castano, Francisco (Barcelona). A Clown. 

375. Triado y Mayol, Jose (Barcelona). Interior of a Catalan House. 

376. Villegas Brieva, Manuel (Madrid). The Washing Place at Montecellia 

377. Villegas Brieva, Manuel (Madrid). War. 

378. Castelucho, A. y C. (Barcelona) Office in a Palace. 

379. Castelucho, A. y C. (Barcelona) Bath-room, Moorish Style. 

380. Castelucho, A. y C. (Barcelona) Bed-room, Modern. 

381. Castelucho, A. y C. (Barcelona) Vestibule for a Court House. Renais- 

sance. 

382. Houghton, Carrie (Madrid). Columbus Before the Catholic Kings. 

(Water color on kid.) (Fragment of the painting by Jover.) 

383. Alzamora, Federico (Habana). "Minerva." (Enamel.) 

384. ReboUo, Emilia (Malaga). Decorative Painting by a Special Process, 



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385. Rieusset, Francisco (Barcelona). Samples of Etchings and Engravings 

on Steel and Copper. 

386. Rieusset, Francisco (Barcelona). Samples of Etchings and Engravings 

on Steel and Copper. 

387. Colomines y Calvet, Enrique (Habana). Pen and Ink Portrait of 

Artist. 

388. Pasco, Jose (Barcelona). Designs for a Phototype and Chromo Litho- 

graphic Calendar. 

389. QuinoneSi Arthuro (Habana). Crayon Portrait. 

390. Fernandez de Robles, Maximo (Madrid). The Holy Family. (Carved 

in ivory.) 

391. ZoidOi Antonio (Badajoz). Bridge over the Albarragena. (Picture 

carved in black marble.) 

392. Alonso, Arsenio (Leon). Designs for a Trimphal Arch. (Four draw- 

ings.) 

393. Amador de los Rios, Ramiro (Madrid). Temple of Florus in Egypt. 

(Three drawings.) 

394. Amador de los Rios, Ramiro (Madrid). Temple of Antoninus and 

Fausta, Rome. (Six drawings.) 

395. Dalet, Domingo (Barcelona). Designs for Decoration of Theatre of the 

. Lyceum, Barcelona. 

396. Dalet, Domingo (Barcelona). Printing House of N. Ramirez & Co., 

Barcelona. 
398. Dalet, Domingo (Barcelona). Hot Baths of La Garriga. 

398. Dalet, Domingo (Barcelona). Villa Planas in Sardonola. 

399. Dalet, Domingo (Barcelona). Vault of the Vilumara Family. 

400. Garcia y Cabrera, Vicente y Herraiz, Pascual (Madrid). Designs for a 

Provincial Legislative Building at Vizcaya. (Ten drawings.) 

401. Iturralde, Antonio de (Valladolid). Design for a Hospital. 

402. Iturralde, Antonio de (Valladolid). Design for a Provincial Legislative 

Building. 

403. Junta gestora del Mausoles, de los Bomberos (Habana). Plan of the 

Monument and Descriptive Pamphlet. (Zapata, Architect; Querol, 
Sculptor.) 
403. Pavia y Birmingham, Joaquin (Rome). Restoration of the Temple of 
Vesta, Roman Forum. (Nine drawings.) 

405. Repulles, Enrique Maria (Madrid). Designs for the Royal Basilica de 

Atocha, Madrid. (Fifteen drawings.) 

406. Salas, Ramon (Tarragona). Church of St. Peter, Tarragona. 

407. Salas, Ramon (Tarragona). Monument to Admiral Roger de Lauria. 

408. Salas, Ramon (Tarragona). Bull Ring. 

409. Torre, Felix de la (Madrid). Design for Manicomio de Valencia. 

(Twenty-three drawings.) 

4x0. Villar, Francisco del (Barcek)na). Design for a Great Circus. (Three 
drawings.) 

411. Zapata, Julio M. (Madrid) Design for a Provincial Legislative Build- 
ing. (Six drawings.) 



SWEDEN 



Royal Commissioner, 
ARTUR LEFFLER, 

Swedish Pavilion. Jackson Park. 



Special Commissioner of Fine Arts, 
ANDERS L, ZORN, 

Swedish Pavilion, Jackson Park. 



For information regarding exhibits for 
sale apply to MR. JOHN HAMMAR, 
in Gallery 69. 



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SWEDEN. 



THE NUMBERS TO WHICH THIS CATALOGUE REFERS 

ARE PRINTED IN RED. 

MANY OF THESE WORKS ARE FOR SALE. PRICES 
WILL BE GIVEN ON APPLICATION TO MR. JOHN 
HAMMAR, AT THE DESK IN GALLERY 69. 

Group 139-Sculpture. 

WEST COUp.T— CENTRAL PAVILION. 

NEAR WEST ENTRANCE. 

NUMBERS 1 TO 6. INCLUSIVE. 

1. Hasselberg, Per. (Stockholm) The Snowdrop. (Plaster statue.) 

2. Hasselberg, Per. (Stockholm) The Frog. (Plaster statue.) 

3. Eriksson, Christian (Paris). Carl von Linn^. (Plaster relief.) Bought 

by Mr. Peterson Rosehill and presented to the Chicago Art Institute. 

4. BOrjesson, John Prof. (Stockholm) The Brothers. 

5. NystrOm, Alf. (Stockholm) The Lion of Gothia. (Plaster.) 

6. Akerman, W. (Paris) Madonna. 

GALLERY 68— V^EST PAVILION. 

7. Eriksson, Christian (Paris). "1779." (Marble.) 

8. Hasselberg, Per. (Stockholm) Portrait of P. Furstenberg. (Bronze 

statuette.) Lent by Mrs. Furstenberg, Gothenburg. 

9. Eriksson, Christian (Paris). Blindman*s Buff. (Bronze vase.) 

GALLERY 69. 

10. V^allgren, Antoinette (Paris). Bretonne. (Plaster statuette.) 

11. Akerman, W. (Paris) "Sensitiva." (Plaster statue.) 

12. Matton, Ida (Paris). "Mama." (Marble statue.) 

GALLERY 70. 

13. Hasselberg, Per (Stockholm). Prince Eugen. (Bronze bust.) Lent by 

Her Majesty, the Queen of Sweden. 

14. Zorn, And. L. (Paris) Statuette of the Artist's Grandmother. (Wood.) 

15. Hasselberg, Per. (Stockholm) The Water Lily. (Plaster statue.) 



SWEDEN — SCULPTURE, 45 1 

z6. Hasselberg, Pen (Stockholm) Olof Wijk. (Bronze statuette.) Lent by 
Mr. Olaf Wijk, Gothenburg. 

SCULPTURE IN THE SWEDISH GOVERNMENT BUILDING. 

17. Lundberg, Prof. Th. (Stockholm) Relief for the Decoration of a Mantel 

Piece. 
z8. S<klerman, N. Aug. (Stockholm) John Ericsson. (Plaster statuette.) 
19. Hasselberg, Per. (Stockholm) Portrait of Louis de Geen (Plaster bust) 



Group 140-Oil Paintings. 

GALLERY 68— NUMBERS 20 TO 49, INCLUSIVE. 

EAST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT TH£ NORTH SIDE OP THE ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 67. 

20. ThOrne, Alf. (Stockholm) Oats Harvest. 

21. BjOrk, O. (Stockholm) Interior of a Cow-House. Lent by the National 

Gallery, Stockholm. 

22. Bergh, R. (Stockholm) Portrait of Miss E. B. 

23 Wallander, Alf. (Stockholm) Coffee Party Sixty Years Ago. 

24. Albert, G. (Paris) French Landscape. 

25. Andersson, J. A. G. (Stockholm) Winter Fishing. 

26. Lindman, Ax. (Stockholm) Surf at Bagno di Tiberio. 

27. Arborelius, O. (Stockholm) Hay Carting in Dalecarlia. 

28. Salza, C. F. von (St. Louis). Portrait. Lent by Mrs. von Saha. 

29. Arborelius, O. (Stockholm) Bridal Procession in Dalecarlia. 

30. Arborelius, O. (Stockholm) Sunday Morning in Dalecarlia. 

SOUTH WALL. 

31. EkstrOm, P. Segerstad (Oland). Moonrise SSrO. 

32. Larsson, Carl (Gothenburg). "Ulf • in Sunset. 

33. Larsson, Carl (Gothenburg). My Family. 

34. EkstrOm, P. Segerstad (Oland). Dawning. Normandy. 

35. Larsson, Carl (Gothenburg). A Swedish Fairy Tale. (The Boy who 

killed the Ogre, saved and married the Princess and secured half the 

Kingdom!) 

WEST WALL. 

36. Schultzberg, A. (Grangarde) Evening (Picardy). 

37. Schultzberg, A. (Grangarde) The Last Sunbeam. 

38. Kreuger, Nils (Warberg). Winter Idyll. 

39. Pauli, Hanna (Stockholm). The "Name*s-day." 

40. Panli, G. (Stockholm). Midsummer's Night 
4Z. Osterlind, Allan (Stockholm). The Orphans. 
42. Pauli, G. (Stockholm) Legend. 



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452 WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — ^DEP't K — FINE ARTS. 

43. Tradgardh, Carl (Paris). Going to Market 

44. LundstrOm, Ernst (Stockholm). Berzelii Park, Stockholm. 

45. LundstrOm, Ernst (Stockholm). The Norrstrom, Stockholm. 

NORTH WALL. 

46. Liljefors, Bruno (Upsala). Foxes. 

47. EkstrOm, P. (Segerstad, Oland). Autumn, Oland. 

48. Liljefors, Bruno (Upsala). Hawk's Nest. Lent by Mr. P. Furstenberg, 

Gothenburg. 

49. Liljefors, Bruno (Upsala). Wild Geese. 

GALLERY 69-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 50 TO 90 INCLUSIVE. 

EAST WALL. 

BEGINNING AT SOUTH SIDE OF ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 68. 

50. Thegerstrttm, R. (Stockholm) Calm. 

51. Hermeiin, O. Baron (Osterby, Torshalla). Autumn. 

52. Chadwick, E. (Stockholm) Carmencita. 

53. Zorn, And. L. (Paris) Summer. Property of Mr. Charles Dcermg» 

Chicago. 

54. Jungstedt, A. (Stockholm) Rjailroad Laborers. 

55. Bonnieri Eva (Stockholm). My Housekeeper. 

56. Bergh, R. (Stockholm) The Maiden and Death. Lent by Mr. G. 

Pauli, Stockholm. 

57. Bonnier, Eva (Stockholm). Music. Property of Mr. T.Williams, New York. 

58. Behm, Wilhelm (Gnesta). Winter Landscape. 

59. Nordstrom, Karl (Hoga, Bohuslan). The Yellow House. Lent by the 

Museum of Gothenburg. 

60. Waliander, Alf. (Stockholm) "Putte." 

61. Bonnier, Eva (Stockholm). Portrait of Mr. H. L. Lent by Mr. H. Limd- 

bohm, Stockholm. • 

SOUTH WALL. 

62. Sparre, Emma, Baroness (Stockholm). Interior of Gripsholm's Castle. 

63. Hagborg, Aug. (Paris) Evening. 

64. Wahlberg, Prof. Alf. (Paris) Night on the Swedish Coast. 

65. Wahlberg, Prof. Alf. (Paris) View from the West Coast of Sweden, 

66. Wahlberg, Prof. Alf. (Paris) River Landscape. (Eure.) 

67. Bergh, R. (Stockholm) Landscape. Lent by Miss E. Bonnier. 

68. Rosen, G. von Count, Prof. (Stockholm) Portrait of Prof. G. W. Palm, 

Lent by the Royal Academy, Stockholm. 

69. Wahlberg, A f., Prof. (Paris) Evening. Hallands VadcrO, 

70. Wahlberg, Alf.. Prof. (Paris) Misty Night. Oise. 

71. Wahlberg, Alf.. Prof. (Paris) Morning. Oise. 

72. Lindholm, B. (Gothenburg) Rocks, Scania, 



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SWEDEN — OIL PAINTINGS. 453 

73* Rosen, G. von. Prof. (Stockholm) Portrait— Count Lagerberg. Lent by 
the officers of the Royal Second Guard, Stockholm. 

WEST WALL. 

74. Schnltzberg, A. (Grangarde) The First Snowfall. 

75. Ericsson, Joh. (Gothenburg) Moonrise. 

76. Krenger, Nils. (Warberg) Summer Evening. 

77. Rosen, G. von Count Prof. (StocKholm) Portrait of Nordenskidld, the 

Swedish Arctic Explorer. Lent by the National Gallery, Stockholm. 

78. Noranan, H. (Tranas) Autumn. 

79. Krenger, Nils. (Warberg) Street View from W**rberg. 

80. EkstrOm, P. (Segerstad, Oland) Breaking up of the Ice, Oscarshamn. 

NORTH WALL. 



8z. Chadwick, £. (Stockholm) "My Boy." 

82. EkstrOm, P. (Segerstad, Oland) Landscape, Marstrand. 

83. Wahlberg, Alf., Prof. (Paris) Stockholm in Moonlight. 

84. Lindman, Ax. (Stockholm) Way at the Coast of Amalfi. Property of 

Mrs. Roland Lincoln, Boston, Mass. 

85. Pauli, G. (Stockholm) Winter Morning in Stockholm. 

86. BjOrck, O. (Stockholm) Portrait of Baron J. M. Nordenfalk. Lent by the 

Royal Academy of Liberal Arts, Stockholm. 

87. Lindman, Ax. (Stockholm) Terrace in Positano. 

88. EkstrOm, P. (Segerstad, Oland) December Midday Sun, Oland. 

89. Hagborg, Aug. (Paris) Low Tide. 

90. Hagborg, Aug. (Paris) Beggar. 

GALLERY 70-OIL PAINTINGS. 

NUMBERS 91 TO 122, INCLUSIVE- 

EAST WALL. ^ 

BEGINNING AT SOUTH SIDE OF ENTRANCE FROM GALLERY 69. 

91. Lindholm, B. (Gothenburg). The Cattegat off Halland*s VaderO. 
93. Jansson, £ng. (Stockholm) Twilight in May. 

93. Kreuger, Nils. (Warberg) Evening. 

94. Zom, And. L. (Paris) Omnibus. Property of Mrs. John Gardner, 

Boston, Mass. 

95. Albert, G. (Paris) French Landscape. 

96. Kreuger, Nils. (Warberg) Evening. 

97. Hagborg, Aug. (Paris) "Bijou and Honore." 

98. H. R. H. Prince Eugen of Sweden and Norway. A Summer Day. 

SOUTH WALL. 

99. H. R. H. Prince Eugen of Sweden and Norway. The Forest 
100* H. R. H. Prince Eugen of Sweden and Norway. The Temple. 



454 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP'T K — FINE ARTS. 

loi, H. R. H. Prince Eugen of Sweden and Norway. An Autumn Day. 

Z02. Lindman, Ax. (Stockholm) Naples, Riviera di Chiaia. 

Z03. Wallander, Alf. (Stockholm) Evening Sun. 

Z04. Tradgardh, Carl (Paris). Cow Herd. 

Z05. Zom, And. L. A Toast in *'Idun" (An Art Club in Stockholm). 

Z06. Nordstrom, Karl (Hoga, Bohusl^). Winter Landscape. 

Z07. Nordstrom, Karl (Hoga, BohuslSn)b Night 

WEST WALL. 

Z08. Westman, Edw. (Stockholm) Haymaking in Normandy. 

Z09. Liljefors, Bruno (Upsala). Night. Property of Mrs. Marianne Wright, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
no. Zom, And. L. (Paris) A Forest Study. Property of Mr. Charles T. 

Yerkes, Chicago. 
ziz. Zorn, And. L. (Paris) BalL 
113* Zorn, And. L. (Paris) Stmset Property of Mr. Charles T. Yerkes, 

Chicago. 
ZZ3. Westman, Edw. (Stockholm) Spring Evening. 
1x4. Liljefors, Bruno (Upsala). Grouse Shooting. Lent by Prince Carl, of 

Sweden. 

NORTH WALL. 

2x5. Schnlzenheim, Ida von (Stockholm). Greyhounds. 

X16. Zom, And. L. (Paris) "Margrit." Lent by M. Faure, Paris. 

XI7. Nordstrom, Karl (Hoga, Bohuslan). Twilight. Lent by Prince Carl of 

Sweden. 

xx8. Bredberg, Mina (Stockholm). Portrait of a Russian Artist. 

1x9. Zom, And. L. (Paris) Fair in Mora, Sweden. 

xao. Pauli, Hanna (Stockholm). Portrait — ^Vennie S. 

X3X. Nordstrom, Karl (Hoga, Bohuslan). In Winter Harbor. 

123. Pauli, Hanna (Stockholm). Portrait — K. Nordstrom, the Artist 



GROUPS 140, 141, 143 and 144. 

OIL PAINTINGS, WATER COLORS, 

PASTELS, ETCHINGS, ETC. 

UPPER GALLERY— WEST END OF WEST COURT. 

NUMBERS 123 TO 178, INCLUSIVE. 

ALCOVE 156— ON THE NORTH WALL (OR PARTITION). 

xa3. Chadwick, E. (Stockholm) Rainbow. (Oil painting.) 
124. WahlstrOm, Charlotte (Stockholm). Moonrise. (Oil painting.) 
195. Keyaer, Elisabeth (Stockholm). Peasant Woman from Normandy. (Oil 
painting.) 



SWEDEN— OIL PAINTINGS. 455 

ALCOVE 157. 

ta6. JoUn, Ellen (Stockholm). The Baptistery in Sienna. (Water color.) 

127. l^arsson, Carl (Gothenburg). Portrait — Mrs. F, (Water color.) Lent 

Mr. Furstenburg, Gottenburg, Sweden. 

128. Jasson, Eug. (Stockholm) Venus. (Pastel.) 

129. Haig, A. H. (Haslemere, Surrey, England) In Rhineland. (Etching.) 

130. Haig, A. H. (Haslemere, Surrey, England) The Cathedral of Burgos. 

(Etching.) 
Z3X. Haig, A. H. (Haslemere, Surrey, England) Arab Students, Cairo. 
(Etching.) 

132. Haig, A. H. (Haslemere, Surrey, England) Wisby Twilight. (Etching.) 

133. Haig, A. H. (Haslemere, Surrey, England) Stockholm. (Etching.) 

134. Haig, A. H. (Haslemere, Surrey, England) Towing in the Prize. 

(Etching.) 

135. Haig, A. H. (Haslemere, Surrey, England) Arab Quarters (Cairo). 

(Etching.) 

136. Rosen, G. von Count, Prof. (Stockholm) Six Etchings. 

137. Haglund, R. (Stockholm) The German Church in Stockholm. (Etching.) 
Z38. Boberg, F. (Stockholm) St. Catherine Church, Stockholm. (Etching.) 



i3g. Boberg 

240. Boberg 

241 • 'Boberg 

242. Boberg 

243. Boberg 

244. Boberg 

245. Boberg 

246. Boberg 



F. (Stockholm) Church Choir (Italy). (Etching.) 

F. (Stockholm) Terrace (Italy). (Etching.) 

F. (Stockholm) Birger Jarl. (Etching.) 

F. (Stockholm) The Choir of San Marco (Venice). (Etching.) 

F. (Stockholm) Italian Porchway. (Etching.) 

F. (Stockholm) Italian Courtyard. (Etching.) 

F. (Stockholm) Italian Church. (Etching.) 

F. (Stockholm) Landscape. (Etching.) 

247. Wallander, Alf. (Stockholm) Poulterers. (Pastel.) 

248. Schulzeheim, Ida von (Stockholm). "Too Hot." (Oil painting.) 

249. Ericsson, Anna (Gothenburg). Moonrise. (Water color. 

ALCOVE 158. 

250. Lindman, Ax. (Stockholm) Capri with Castiglione and Monte Salara 

(Oil painting.) 
252. BjOrk, O. (Stockholm) Portrait Study. (Pastel.) 

252. Ericsson, Anna (Gothenburg). View from Ronneby, Sweden. (Water 

color.) 

253. Liljefors, Bruno (Upsala). Suspicious. (Black and white.) Lent by 

Prince Eugen of Sweden. 

254. Liljefors, Bruno (Upsala). Booty. (Black and white.) Lent by Prince 

Eugen of Sweden. 

255. Haglund, R. (Stockholm) "Komhamn" Stockholm. (Etching.) 

256. Liljefors, Bruno (Upsala). Woodcocks. (Black and white.) Lent by 

Prince Eugen of Sweden. 

257. Liljefors, Bruno (Upsala). Division. (Black and white.) Lent by 

Prince Eugen of Sweden. 

258. Zom, Anders L. (Paris) Mme. S. (Etching.) 

15^ Zom, Anders L. (Paris) M. Faure at Home. (Etching.) 



456 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — t)EP'T IL — PINE ARTS. 

1590. Zorn, Anders L. (Paris). Mrs. Olga B. (Etching.) 

i6a Zorn, Anders L. (Paris) BaU. (Etching). 

x6x. Zorn, Anders L. (Paris) Omnibus. (Etching.) 

162, Liljefors, Bruno (Upsala). "Caught.** (Black and white.) 

Z63. Zom, Anders L. (Paris) A ^oast in "Idun" (an art club in Sweden). 

(Etching.) 

Z64. Zorn, Anders L. (Paris) Professor Renan. (Etching.) 

165. Zom, Anders L. (Paris) Mrs. and Mr. Z. (Etching.) 

z66. Zom, Anders L. (Paris) Pecheur. (Etching.) 

167. Zom, Anders L. (Paris) Orage. (Etching.) 

z68. Zom, Anders L. (Paris) Cigarette (Mll'e. X). (Etching.) 

169. Zorn, Anders L. (Paris) Gipsy. (Etching.) 

170. Haglond, R. (Stockholm) The Furstenberg Art Gallery in Gothenburg. 

(Etching.)^ 
zyz. Liljefors, Bruno (Upsala). Wild Ducks. (Black and white.) Lent by 

Prince Eugen of Sweden. 
Z72. Liljefors, Bruno (Upsala). Wild Geese. (Black and white.) Lent by 

Prince Eugen of Sweden. 
Z73. Liljefors, Bruno (Upsala). Elks. (Black and white.) Lent by Prince 

Eugen of Sweden. 
Z74. Liljefors, Bruno (Upsala). Woodcocks. (Black and white.) Lent by 

Prince Eugen of Sweden. 
Z75. Boberg, Anna (Stockholm). View from Menaggio. (Water color.) 
Z76. Larsson, Carl (Gothenburg). Interior of Dalecartian Cottage, Winter 

Time. (Water color.) Lent by Mr. Vulb von Steyem, Stockholm. 
Z77. Boberg, Anna (Stockholm). Venice. (Water color.) 
Z78. Boberg^, Anna (Stockholm). Gondolas. (Water color 



IN THE SWEDISH GOVERNMENT BUILDINa 



(NEAR THE FISHERIES BUILDINO.; 

NUMBERS 179 TO 214, INCLUSIVE. 

x79« Rosenberg, £dw. (Stockholm) View of NorrstrOm and the Royal 

Palace in Stockholm. 
z8o. Tir6n, J. (Stockholm) Lapps Catching Reindeer. 
x8z. Svensson, C. F. (Stockholm) Sailors in the Oresound. 

z82. Svensaon, C. F. (Stockholm) View of the Entrance to Stockholm by 
Sea. 

183. Gellerstedt, Prof. A. T. (Stockholm) Swedish Views. 

184. Tir^n, J. (Stockholm) Down the Falls. 

185. Tir6n, J. (Stockholm) Boating. 

z86. Thome, Alf. (Stockholm) Namdd in the Archipelago of Stockholm. 
Z87. Kindborg, J. (Stockholm) Landscape, Wermland, Sweden, 



SWEDEN— OIL PAINTINGS. 41; 7 

x88. Lindstrttnii A. M. (Stockholm) Landscape, Westmanland, Sweden. 

189. Behm, Wilhelm (Gnesta). Birch-grove, Sddermanland, Sweden. 

190. Behm, Wilhelm (Gnesta). River Valley of the Indals River. 
192. Genberg, A. (Stockholm) View from Are, Jemtland, Sweden. 
X92. Tir6n, J. (Stockholm) Landscape with Lapps. 

Z93. Liljefors, Bruno (Upsala). Fox Hunting. 

194. Liljefors, Bruno (Upsala). Bear Hunting. 

295. Tir6n, J. (Stockholm) Laplanders. 

196. Borg, A. (Stockholm) Scene from Fair in Orebro, Sweden. 

Z97. Liljefors, Bruno (Upsala). Bird Shooting. 

298. Borg, A. (Stockholm) Elkhunt. 

299. Tir6n, J. (Stockholm) Lapp on Snow Skates. 

aoo. Palm, Anna (Stockholm). The Stockholm Skating Club. 

ao2. Hermelin, T. Baron (Stockholm). Runic Monuments. 

202. Hermelin, T. Baron (Stockholm). The Barrows of Upsala. 

203. Genberg, A. (Stockholm) The Church of Are in Jemtland, Sweden. 

204. Andersson, }. A. G. (Stockholm) Skating With Sails. 

205. Genberg, A. (Stockholm) View of the Tottehummeln, Areskutan, 

Sweden. 

206. Sparre, Emma. Rowing to Church in Dalecarlia. 

207. Tir6n, J. (Stockholm) The Gullo Falls, Trollhattan. 

208. Kjellin, C. (Sala) Charcoal Burning in Westmanland, Sweden. 

209. Kjellin, C (Sala) Foundry in Bergslagen. 

220. Knlle, J. (Stockholm) Scanian Peasant's Cottage. 

222. Tborne, Alf. (Stockholm) Trolling. 

222. Andersson, J. A. G. (Stockholm) Saltwater Fishing in Winter. 

223. Jungstedt, A. (Stockholm) Portrait of H. R. M. King Oscar II of 

Sweden and Norway. 

224. Kronberg, Julius, Professor (Stockholm). Portrait of King Charles XII 



VENEZUELA 



General Commissioners, 
DR. MANUEL VICENTE TOLEDO, 

« 

113 East Elghteentb Street, New York. 

JACINTO LOPEZ, 

2244 Michigan Avenue, Chicago. 



Special Delegate, 
DR. A. ERNST, 

2959 Groveland Avenue. Chicago. 



459 



460 world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION — DEP'T K — FINE ARTS. 



VENEZUELA. 



Note. — Venezuela's application for space in the Art Palace was received long 
after the expiration of the period fixed for filing such application, and when 
all the space at the command of the department of Fine Arts had been 
assigned. The Art Exhibit of Venezuela was placed, therefore, in the 
Venezuela Government Building (North of the Fisheries Building.) It is 
considered, however, as belonging to the Department of Fine Arts, and, 
as such, was examined by the International Board of Judges. 



Groups 140 and 144-Oil Paint. 
iNGS, Drawings, Etc. 

EXHIBITED IN THE VENEZUELA GOVERNMENT BUILDINa 

(works are in oil except as OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.) 

z. Michelina, Arturo. Penthisilea. 

2. Michelina, Arturo. Portrait of General Simon Bolivar. 

3. Michelina, Arturc^ Charity. 

4. Michclina, Arturo. The Broken Pike (Bull Fight). 

5. Michelina, Arturo. The Hail Storm. 

6. Micfaelina, Arturo. Charlotte Corday Going to the Scaffold 

7. Michelina, Arturo. General Crespo and his Staff. 

8. Michelina, Arturo. Venezuela Doing Homage to Columbus. 

9. Michelina, Arturo. An Antiquarian in his Study. 
10. Rojas, Cristobal. Purgatory. 

XI, Rojas, Cristobal. A French Tavern. 

Z2. Rojas, Cristobal. The First and Last Communion. 

13. Rojas, Cristobal. A Girl Reading. 

14. Rojas, Cristobal. An Old Beggar. 

15. Rojas, Cristobal. An Eviction. 

16. Rojas, Cristobal. A Christening. 

17. Toro, Herrera. A Drop of Water. 

18. Toro, Herrera. Children in the Sun. 

19. Toro, Herrera. Charity. 

20. Toro, Herrera. Two Children. (Crayon.) 

21. Maurie, E. Marguerite Coming from Church. 

22. Maurie, E. Portrait of the Artist's Wife. 

23. Inciarte. Buffaloes in the Roman Pontines. 

24. Ravelo, M. M. Pen and Ink. 

25. Ravelo, M. M. Pen and Infc 



SUMMARY OF ART EXHIBITS. 



461 



SUMMARY OF ART EXHIBITS. 

In this summary, certain groups have been consolidated — ^as " Sculpture " 

with " Engraving m Medallions, Gems, Cameos, Etc.," aud " Paintmg on 

Ivory, on Enamel, on Porcelain, Etc," with Keramics ahd general decorative 

art work. 

Certain groapftand olaasee OTerlap to sach an extent that eeparation is ahnoet impossible. 
Under Arohitectore there is inolnded mnoh that belongs equally to Sonlptore and to Deooia- 
tion ; under GarYings, etc., mnoh that belongs to Scalptare. 



COUNTRY. 


Sculptures, 

Medals, 

Carvings, Etc. 


Oil 
Paintings. 


Water 
Colors. 


Pastels 

Drawing 

Etc. 


Etchings, 

Engravings, 

Etc. 


Decorative 

Art Work, 

Etc. 


1 


E 
E 

3 
CO 


United States 

U. S. Loan Collection 


160 

4 

16 

46 

12 


1,132 
122 
132 
210 
114 
132 
158 
473 


220 


548 


634 


32 


308 


3,034(a) 
126 


Austria 


13 

17 

9 

64 


1 
4 


4 
15 






166 


Beltrium 






292 


Brazil 






135 


Canada 










196 


Denmark 


18 
167 
116 
113 

60 










176 


France 


69 


44 


139 


147 


161 


l,200(b) 


France, Historic Sclpt 
Germany 


116 


420 

460 

-190 

199 


80 
205 
109 

26 


22 
72 


59 

182 

33 

28 




187 
146 


881 


Great Britain 

Holland 


1,105 
aH2 


Italy 


172 

111 

Not s 

13 

5 

8 

16 

47 
19 


6 




429 


Italy, Ancient Sclpt . . 
Japan 


111 


ubject 
81 
104 
126 
117 
122 
232 
108 
25 


to Art 


depar 


tment 


Classi 


ficat'n 


375 


J ••^'^•••» ••.. 

Mexico 


94 


New South Wales 


119 






2 




230 


Norway 


2 


1 


137 


Russia 






133 


Society Polish Artists. 
Spain 












122 


13 

8 


13 
11 


14 ( 
32 ( 


Uncla 
11 


ss*d 92 
" 36 


) 411(c) 


Sweden 


) 214(d) 
25 


Venezuela 






• 










1 




1,093 


4,647 


951 


717 


1,141 


186 


802 


10.040 



NOTES. 

{a) The total indicated by the last number in the U. S. section is 3,002. 
This is increased by Decorative Art Work (examples of Rookwood pottery) not 
bearing Art Department numbers, though exhibited in the Art Palace. 

{d) This total includes 5 extra numbers marked "a." 

(c) and {d) The "unclabsed" works ar^ works hung in the Gov^rnm^nt 
l^uildinijs of th^s? couptri^?. 



INDEX OF ARTISTS. 



463 



INDEX OF ARTISTS. 



THE NUMBERS GIVEN ARE THE NUMBERS OF THE WORKS 

CATALOGUED. 

To find the position of an artist's works, note, FIRST, the COUNTRY in 
which he exhibits, and find the number IN THE SECTION OF THAT 
COUNTRY. The numerous page headings and sub-headings readily will 
enable anyone to locate the GALLERY and PLACE of any particular work. 

The plans of the Art Building (pages 6 and 7) will be found of great ser- 
vice to visitors to the galleries. 



Abades-HartineB, Jnan, Spain. Oil paint- 
ins 148. 

Abbema, LoniM, Fiance. Oil painting 4M. 

Abbey, £. A., united Btatee. Oil painting 
SOS. Water color 1495. Pen drawings 199$ 
1998, 1994, 1999, 2000. 2001, 2002, 2010, 2011, 
2012. Black and ^te drawings 188a, 1896, 
1889,1840. 

Abeseer & ErOger, Germany. Architeotore 
719. 

Abrahams, Miss A., Holland. Oil painting 
71, 187. 

Abry, L6on, Belgiom. Oil painting 180. 

Aohen, G., Denmark. Oil painting 92. 

Aohenbach, Prof. Osw., Germany. Oil paint- 
ins 414. 

AchDle-Ceebron, France. Oil painting 2S4. 

Adam, Franx, Germany. Oil i)ainting 802. 

Adam, JnL, Germany. Oil painting 185. 

Adams, H., United States. Scnlptare76, 114, 
118. 

Adams, J. H. F., Canada. Oil painting 8. 

Adams. Manrice B., F. B. I. B. A., Great 
Britain. Arohiteotare 1049, 1076, 1077 

Adamson, Russia. Scnlptore 5.6. 

Adan, Lonis-Emile, France. Oil paindngs. 
141, 178. 

Adler. SolliTan A Ramsey, United States. 
Arcfdtectoral drawings 2785, 2760. 2761. 

Agaohe, Alfred-Pierre, France. Oil paintings 
167, 175, 177. 

Agersnap, Hans, Denmark. Oil painting lU. 

Agrasot y Jnan, Joaqoin, Spain. Oil paint- 
ings 48, 49. 

Agnado y Goerra, Joed, Spain. Oil painting 
151. 

Agnirre y Rodrigoet, Miguel, Spain. Water 
color 248. 

Ahrens, C, A. R. G. A., Canada. Oil paint- 
ing 6. 

Aikman, W. M., United States. Woodengrar. 
ings 2404, 2^, 2406, 2414, 2415, 2U7, 2418, 
24^,2480. 

Aitohison, Professor George, A. R. A.« Great 
Britain. Arohiteotare 972, 675, 990, 1062, 1058, 
1060, 1102. 

Aitken, P., United States. Wood engravings 
2BtS,2K»,2S82. 

AivaBOTsky. Ivan ConstantinoTitoh, Russia. 
OU paintings 22, 28, 24. 27, SO. 81, 84, 85, 89 49, 
59, 60, 79^ 67, 102, 107, 1», 124, 129. 

Akerman,w., Sweden. Sculpture 6, U. 



Alaroon, Julia, Spain. Oil paintings 280, 2B2. 
Alasoniftre, Henn, France. Etching 865. 
Albacini, A., Italy. Sculpture 4, 500, 501, 607, 

512,527. « 
Albert, G., Sweden. Oil painting 24, 95. 
Alberts, J., Germany. Oil paintings 888, 889, 

891. 
Albrecht, C, Germany. Oil painting 871. 
Albright, A. £., United States. Oil painting 

487. 
Alcayde y Montoyo, Julia, Spain. Oil paint- 

ing200. 
Alcerreca, Tgnacio, Mexico. Oil paintings 80, 

81. Water color 85. 
Alchimawica, K., Polish. Oil paintings 4, 20, 

26, 67, 72. 
AlcoTcrro y Amoros, Joed, Spain. Sculpture 

8,48. 
Aldana Montes, Francisco, Spain. Oil paint- 
ing 820. 
Aldnch, C. H., United States. Architectural 

drawings 2982, 2867. 
Alexander, C, Canada. Oil paintings 8, 81. 
Alexander, H., United States. Oil painting 

1281. 
Alexander, J. W., United States. Black and 

white drawing 1748. 
Alexeieff , Russia. Oil painting 82, 91. 
Algarra y Hurtado, Cosine, Spain. Oil paint- 
ing 821. 
Allan^ Robert W., R. W. S., Great Britain. 

Oil paintings 486, 458. Water colors 561, 597. 

Allan, W. R., United States. Pastels 1520, 

1525, 1559, 1560. 
Allbon. Chas. F., A. R. P. E., Great Britain. 

Etohii^ 765, 770, 778, 776. 
Alltere, Raymond, France. Oil paintings 150, 

Allen, Charles J., Great Britain. Sculpture 50. 

Allen, T., United States. Oil paintings 489, 

788, 8^ 1088. Water colors 1400, 1444, 1458. 

Allen, W. S., United States. Oil painting 



AUegretti, A., Italy. Sculpture 118. 
AlUngham. BIrs., R. W. S., Great Britain. 
Water color 617. 



Allonge, Auguste, France. Water color 756. 

Charcoal drawing 720. 
Allston, W. (deceased). United States. Oil 

paintings 284. 252. 260. 
Almansa, Cleofas, Mexico. Oil paintings 14, 

16, 17, 41, 46, 57, 6L 



464 



INDEX OP AKTISTS. 



Alma-Taikma, BUM Anna, QnatBrilaia. OU 

fuSiMogia. Water odIotSZB. 
AlmB-'IUema I.., Duitad atatea Loan ool- 

laoUon. OilT^UnRlOn. Great Britaia. 

OU ^Dtinsi am. US, no. Water oolor no. 
Alma-Tademj, Mn. L., Qreat Britain. Oil 

AbDBi^Jt., j'. F^e, BraiiL Oil palntllwg 

0.10.11. 
Altuuo, Arsanlo. Spain. Diawins aSR. 
Aliina rAmila, Aotoaio, Spain. Soolptnra 

121-lIS. 
4. US. 



1, J. A, O., Sweden. 

A^TChiDtatA, Japan. OU paintinoa ItS, 

PaoL Oeimanf. OU painlina tU. 
Anid. Spain. OU puntin^Ull. 
LO., Italr. Soolpnue Ut-Ub. 
~ DTunitedStatea. Amkileot. 

BnTJaMDM ft Raatool, Unitsd Statea. 
ArchiteMual drawinaa SSIS. SUti. 3aiD,»M. 
Aodieotti. P.. Ilalj. Oil painting 1 
'i. Beinrioh von. Aaatria. Ou j 



And«di_ 
Anoreooi,; 



Arcenbe, Stoiieiie 3', Fiance. OU palntfas 

Arsenti, G.. Italj. Sonlntore 31, ill. 
Armeniae. L., Ilalji. Oilpainliitc2BL 
Annltam, £., B. A., Qieat Britain. Oil paint. 

inea IW. ut. 
AnoBtnmc, IL. United Statsa. OU palntinK 

Aimaltona, T., Qnat Britain. OU painting 

84, UI. 
Arnaa t Uaaent. Antonio. Spain. Benlptaia 

W. 
Arnaa 7 Haaant, Eosebio, Spain. Bealptora 



Amoedo, Prof. Bodolpho, Braail. OU paint- 

ln0i 12, 17. 48. 92, n. 
AmSan.W. T.,Dmlsd Statea. OU palntdnc 

Amntio, Fedarioo, Spain. Sculptme 31 
Anaia j Leon. Franoiaoo, Spain. OU 

pSntiDga aaa. saa, sas. ^ 

Ancl», Anna, DcDinark. OU painting A, M. 
An<*er,llioba«l,I>ar— ■- -^^^-'--^ 

82,77. 
Anmnt Sonlptora. 

tram Pompui and 

to 411, inclonTs. 
AnderaeB-Imulb]', i 

paintJnsNS. 
- Anderaon, D. J.. United State*. OU paint 



, . _!., Danmark. Oil palntlns US. 

Arnold, Prutawor Henn, Oarmanj. Oil 

salnan<47t. 
Arnold, url. Oermanr. uooadHi EN, nO. 
Ami, AlbOTt. Sarmanr. OU palPtlngHBL 
Arp, Karl, Qatmmj. OU paintins 410, 
AniarPeTea,Joae, Spain. OU palntin«a Ul. 
Anojo Feraandai, Babel. Spain. OUpainU 

Ar^^ertlia, Belginm. Paatala m.tgo. 

•^ . ■--^— of tbaRliinalaniandWe*- 



•^I 



Anasli. Hej 

^ ^-/<», Alaxandre, Franoe. Scolpttire 4L 
Anoedonabe, Aifred^oeepli, Franoe. En- 

rraTinfl BSL 
AQUtnCDie'. Belgioni. OU painting US. 
Apol, touB HoODuul. Oil niintinga. L U. SO, 

117. Water oolora ISO, m 
ApoUonI, Italr. Boolplnial, 10, U, U. U. 14, 

U.U. 

ica. OU painting 802. 
t Britain. Mfaaotinta 

U palntJDg UB. 

Water oolorSl. 
in, Spain. Ktehinga 

OU painting in. 

I. Oilp>ioBn8B37,», 

U Oraat Britain. OU 



intingi 24, EL H. ITS. 



Aaae.ByakTfl. Japan. Paintiiut 117. 

ABabl. ajroban, Japan. iTorrn. 

Aaalii, Meido,jBpao. iTorjtn. 

Adi, Perej. Cmled Statea. Arobiteotaral 

dnwinsa WIS. 2898. 
ktbhn, Gmige C, a H. A., Oiaat Britain. 

Anbttaotam SOI. 1014. lUS. lOBt. 
Adil«L.J.B.. New Booth Walea. Water oidar 

lU. OU painting 0.81. 
AaknKT. Iiaae Lworitoh, Baaria. Oaialat- 

IubU, 07,00. 
AbOdO, Soaabro, Japan, ungiierad box 71. 
Asperger. Hai, Oermanr. OilpaintiuaM 
Aaaelh«its, Alpfaonae, Balxiimi. OU pdatlnai 

Aatanitria, Clenwat Coale d', Franoa. 

SealptanM.».81 lak W. in. 
Aaton-wirtib ft B. Ingnn Ball. Hewa, Gnat 

Britain. Ardiit«!tan lUB, 1000, MU, KMS. 
AMocTi. Eu. Italj. 8calpta»S0K,3I. _ 
Atkbw>n.lt.E.,Caaada. OU painting* ». 111. 
Attendn. Fmllnand. Fiaaoe. OU painting 

Altwood.F. 6.. United Stataa. Fandiawinn 

an. 1MB. i«n. um. aoot. aoo7. aocs, no, 
aoit,iDu. 

^ibA,Jea- " 
ibert, I 

Aablet,Alb(ct,F 



110. 



I. Otlpa 



AwnoDier. J,, B. L, Oraat Britain. Watv 

color tn. Oil painting 4IB. 
Aniali. G.. Italr. Water ooloiy 44). . 
Ailletta, Al^a, Franoa. OUpaintuw lO. 

Cook ft WUlard. United Statea. ArchI 
ual dravtnn WM, S17, SIS, ISM, Vm. 



Pbotographa iW. KM. tm, 
Baoba, Oito, Denmark. OU r~ 



D->»i^, O. d.. Dnited ---- - 
Wt. SOU. 2090. Waahdiniu 
and white drairino in oU Mt, 



INDEX OF ARTISTS. 



465 



, M.. United S 

rrfiimBt, Nor 



tritain. Oil pointilis 

But, W. J^CaltedBtalss. Oil paiotiii« (KKL 
BBerwsld, Hobert, GumAnr. Scnlpt^ire 1, 107. 
Bafaae^ Alti«d. France LitliDnaiih 82S. 
Bail, JsutAnbiine, Fnmee. Oil ptdntlns 

Bail, Jonph, Pnnos. Oil painting ZUl. 
Baillat, £n»*t, Fraooe. OU paintTDg 3SS. 
Balrd, W, &. Dnitwl StaUs. Oil paintina 

uni 

Baisoh. PnitBwor Hflnn., Germany. CHI 

PBlntiiue 14T, SIO. 
B*'"-, (^zretei, Juan, Spain. Oil painting 

Bak^, Ellen E., United BtatM. Oilpainl- 

Bakar, O. A., Uniled Blatea. Oil pslotiiig 

Baktf, B.. United Btatea. Wood eagniingc 

3010, a>i2jwai. 

Baket, J. Eldei, Unitsd States. Water color 

UU. 
Baker, Haly K., United Btatn, Oil painUng 

Baker. W. B. (deoeased). United States. OU 

mtntinir tfU 

_ a. J. Tan da Sande, Holland. 

71,8a. Water DolorlBl, 

da Sande, BoUand. OU 

bSlt", Pnitod'SSea. SoolpCnie SZ, e< 108, 

110. 111. 
Ball, Wilfrid. H. P. E.. Oreat Britain. Eleh- 

Ingi 181,821. 
Balle, Otto, Denmark. Oil n^Dtlng MB. 
Balla. Albeit, Flanoe. ArotutectnrelOM.lOBT, 

UMS, KM, iO«0, lOil, IMS, IMS, 1014, )04», 

lou, 1M7, 1018, IMS. lueo. lOSl. lCe2, lOSI, 

"""' ■"" "~£ HOB, Ilia nil. 



chiiTiaii, Hiaa 
lil paiDtuupi "i 
thimBnTTj. 



BapMftFi 



n.. Germanr, C 
e, PiBnoo.^f orl 



BbitIbs, Fslii.Joaepb, France. OilpoiotiDS* 

UU, 18«. 21!^ 511. 
Barriae, Lonu-Emeat, Franoe. Sculptore IS. 

Bl. 
Barthel, P„ Oennanr. Water oolois 988. 682, 

Baitholdi. Fredario-Angnate, France. Sculpt- 



relL 



h Albert. Frei 



. OU 



Ml. Scnlplnre 10. 1B7. 
Bartlett, Cbartes W., Qieat BriCsio. Oil 

paiDliiisllH. 
BartleU, P. W., United Stataa. Scnlptnre 77, 

11*. lai, 112. 

Bartlett.W.H.,Qreat Britain. OilpsiDtinss 

290,2S3.»I3. 
Beracci.P., ItalT. Oil painting I3B. 
Baacbet, Maioel, Franoe. Oil painttnge SU, 

BaBkett.CharlegE.,QreatBri[aln. EtchlBga 

J»,RM.tBl,8«. 
BasterLN. Holland. Oil painting* 80, 40, I3L, 

150. Water color* 5SH, SXl. 
Baatet. Vicloriaa Antoine. Fmnce. Scnlp- 

tofe 131, 
BaBtiani, Italy. Scnlptnre SB. 2!i7. 
Bestien-Lepatie. J. (dBceaBedi. Uajini Stetee 

Loan collection. Oil paiutingB 8028, SJTL 
BatM, p»?id. Groat Britain; Oil^iBtuw 211. 



Battietini. L.. Iteiy. OU paiDtiDg 292, 
B<ad6^:bBrlea, Franoe. Wood eugi«i 

id engrartng 

. on palnt- 

dpton»,B9. 



Ij. Oil painting! ISS, Ifil, IBS. 

J. 8(itaptnrel2.13,U.U,18, 

8. 

o, Qreat Britain. Oil paint- 

! Ireat Britain. Oil paintinga 

Bardi.'X, Italy. Bcnlptare 120. I2S. ISB. 129, 

rae, ME. Eia, 5%, ssi. 522, ssi, su. 

Bare. H. B.. United Btaleh Architectural 

drawing 2197. 
Baientanger. Max. Germany. Wood earring 

«87. Etching etH. 
Barias, Armand, France. MBdalliona 913, 020. 
BarQIot, L>6on, Fiance. OQ paintings 114.212. 
Barnard & H., Doited Btatea. 011 paintings 

291,1104. 
Bamee. Bol..., . 

Oil painting ia 
Bamiley, James H.. Canada. Oil paintings 

U. lis, IW, 197. 
Baron, Ilieodore, Belgium. Oil paintiDge eia. 



, Oilpalnl- 

QielOI. 

Oil paintings 

rea^^Briiain. 
1 271. we. 
tracing 849. 

B 131. 117. 

)il paintinga 

Beaaileiwe,01iTeir^ Brazil. Oil painlingll9. 
BeauTaifl, AtmsQd, Franoe. Oil Painting 1M7. 
BeaoTerie, Charlesjoaoph, Franoe. CHI 

paintings 932,241. , 

BeaTis.KiGhard,A. K. W. S.. Oreat Britain. 

OU painting )& 
BLck, Carol H.. United States. Oil paintings 

MS. 841. 
Becker, A. H., United Blatee. Decorative 

deeigne 2707, 2721. 
Becker II. Carl, Geraiany. Oil paintingZl^ 
Becker-QnDdahl.Qermsny. Oil paiDtinKfi2S. 
Becker, H., Great Britain. Wiiter color 5M. 
Becker, Professor C. Germany. Oil painting 

111. 
Beckwith. C, United States. Oil paintiDg* 

4B1. W 



Beinie, Profeaaor Beinh, Qennany. Scolptoiea 



466 



INDEX OF ARTISTS. 



ea72,SS. 
m. WlUielui 



18B,Ilia 
Bflhmer. Hens., GflmuuiT. Oil paintiiisABL 

Wdtw oolot !>t7. Fem^ diawinx BK). 
fiehmid, Fri«dr., Oarman;. Uu piuntlng 

Beklsmiaobelt, Tladimli AbundroTitah, 

Rnnis. 8ci]Jp|tiin 12. 
Baloher, John, Unat Biitain. AnbiteotaTM 

9TD.I0U. 
BaLiraTB, Pmj, OreaC Britain. Oil paint- 

ing 18T. 
Belimbau, ItalT. Oil palutins 2ZI. 
Belin, Joae;Ji, Fmnoe. Bcnlplore M. 



waoDChWiln. ( 



., B. C. A., ( 



(ellaD«9,Ct 
DmRnsTB 



. Anffllw 



Bertrand, i'anlin ^ ___. 

Benieto, AareUauo de,Siiain. Oil pundn^ 

lU. lia, ise. 
Bemud, Panl-Albart, FMnoe. Oil paiutjnc 

Bethaue, Chutoo, Fnuioe. Water eolon SIS, 

wg. Ml, M7. 6^ nss, sss. 

BeTUi.E.,NeirBu<iCliWatM. Water color UD. 
Bar Je. Pierre-Harie, Fnnoe. Oill>aintinBl£S. 
BiokuelL F. A., Cnited Stataa. <XI paiuSns* 

fllU.12Si. 
Bids, Alexandra, Frsnoe. En^raTins 7SL 



C. A., CuMda. OU 
8,127,182,171,178.188. 

I, Cwmill»f slii, Fnnce. Partel BOB. 

W., United Blatea. Pen draw. 

B^^Hnbert. Belsiom. OU paintJngB IflO, 

Bellows, A. F„ Cnitad Btstes. Water color 

Balmlro, de Almeida. Brasil. OilpaiatiDeSB. 
Belmont. Andres, Heiioo. Peo drawing 61 
Banedlot, EnelU, Suited States. Oil paint- 

Beoner, Zmmapnel, Fianoe. Oil tninting 

137, 
Benner, Jean, Frano*. OU paintiags lU, 2». 
Beniamin'Constant, Jmn-Joseph. Frsnoe. 

OQ^intlD* M7. 
Banoit, Clement, Belgiimi. EtahlDss2S7,27S. 
Betand. Jean, Fnuioe. Oil painting Ifll. 
■> . ™ ™f- ti_i.-j a*-*_^ Q£2 paintings 



Bigland. Percy, Great Britain. OU pi 



den-Tan- Boeae, Mrs. U 



HoUand. Water 



BiDiOQ, Brightwen, Great Britain. Aichi- 

leotois lOM. 
Bioiidi,^., Italr. Bcolptiirea Sa, 80, Bl, Bl, SI, 

84, SS, S7, 6». 72. 7S, lli, 115, 
Biot,OiutaTe,Belgtnm. EDgranngs 178, 280. 
Birch, T., (deoeaaed). United Btatss. (Ml 



d States. Water eoloi 



Setmanr. India 

«Rnado Uatooa, Joes, Bpain. OU paintings 
174, 2M, 272. „ . 

«mardelll,aenriqne, Bniiil. Oil iwintings 
BO, Bl. Bl 87, B8, 8?, 70, 72, 74, 75, 78, 78, 87. 

emnrdem. Prol. Bodolpho.iSrssil. Bcnlpt- 



Bernnrdi 
Bematnk, Wllbeli 



Anstiia. Oil painting 



Bemswita. C, QermaiiT. Bcalpnueefifi, 87. 
Beraier namllle. Fiance. Oil paictiiiii 443. 
Bemier lioais. Fmnoe. Arduteetnte llIS. 
Bemoth. E. »on. Qflrmany. OilpainUag 847. 



Bm^uln-Teragoi, Frsnoe. Agate »aws 9BS, 

BesnanLP. A., United States Loan oolloo- 

tlon. Water ool(« WIS. 
BertWDX, Hippolf te, Franoe. OU painting 



BiBpAam. H. , (deceased), I 

OUpainting 259. 
"-~-™, R., Denmark. OUpaii 
sn, v., Denmark. Bculplq 
ill, Q, E„ United States. I 
Mer. J. J.. United States. 
drawingH SSS2. 2903. 
BissoD. Fdooard-Lonla, Fisnoe. Oil p^nt- 

B^tolfi, L., Ital;. Sonlptares 10.31, na, as, 

Biva, Henri, Fiance. Water color 712. OU 

Bj^ki O.. Sweden. OU paintisss 21, 88. 

Tutel mi, 
B [ass, Eageu. Austria. Oil painting 15L 
"aohe, Ubr.,De "- '"' " — ' "' " 



.,.^..^.^^.. Jc. Oil paintings M, in 

BlaDchP, JScqnee-EmUe. Francs. Oil paint. 

ing 140. Paetel 820. _ „ 

Slsnchard, Jules, France. SenlDtanan, 128. 
BlackbDRi. J. B„ <deoeiued). United States. 

Oil painUngZM. „, , . 

Slookman. WT, Cnited States. OU palntug 



INDEX OF ARTISTS. 



467 



filakelock, R. A., United States. Oil paint- 

in«8 gs.*}, 948. 
Blaney, Dwiirht, United States. Water color 

1852. Arohiteotnral drawings 2790, 2908. 
Blashfield, E. H., United States. Oil paint- 

ings 599, 625, 1180. Water color 1471. Pen 



drawing 2047. Black and white drawing 

ie». Blacl - 

1871. 



;k and white drawings in oil 1868, 



Blan, Tina, Germany. Oil paintings 869, 460. 

Anstria oil painting 46. 
Blenner, C. J., United States. Oil paintings 

881.1244. 
Block, Jos., Germany. Oil painting 187. 
Blom, Gerhard, Denmark. Oil painting 116. 
Blomneld, Reginald, M. A., Great Britain. 

Architectures 967, 1025, 1030. 
Blommprs, B. J., Holland. Oil i>aintings 

24,48,80.177. Water colors 246, 2B7. 
Bloodgood, R. F., United States. Etchings 

2150,2158.2878. 
Blnmberga Sohreibei, Germany. Architects 

nre870. 
Blnm, R., United States. Pen drawings 1977, 

1979, 19B0, 19a^, 1966, 2022, 2027. Wash draw- 

ings 1643, 1648, 16.'i0, 1652, 1658, 1656, 1657, 

16.%, 1679, 1688, 1694, 1709, 1718, 1716, 1719. 

Black and white drawings 1700, 1718, 2026. 
BInme, Ed., Germany. Oil jpainting 140. 
Blnhm, Oskar, Germany. Oil painting 820. 
BoaVentoia, Caron H., BrazlL Oil painting 

88. 
Boberg, Anna, Sweden. Water colors 175, 177, 

178. 
Boberg, F., Sweden. Etchings 188, 189,140, 141, 

142, lis, 144, 145. 146. 
Bobroff, Victor Alezeievitoh, Rossia. Oil 

painting 128. 
Bock, ThSophile de, Holland. Oil painting 

110. 
Bockelmann, Ch. Lndw., Germany. Oil 

painting 128. 
Bodarevsky, Nicolay KomiloYiich, Rosaia. 

Oilj;>ainting 56. 
Boddien, G. Ton, Germany. Oil paintings 

124, 218. 
Boegebjer^ R., Denmark. Sonlptore 4. 
Boeaen, Johan, Denmark. Oil paintings 

27,54. 
Bogert, G. H., United States. Oil paintings 

741, 1206. 
Boggs, E. T., United States. Architectural 

drawing 2980. 
Boggs, F. M., United States. Oil paintings 

468, 863. 
Bohme, Karl, Germany. Oil painting 487. 
Bohrdt, Hans, Germany. Oil painting 446. 
Boilrinu Emile, France. Etchings 808, 809,833. 
Boks, E. J., Holland. Oil painting 162. 
Boldini, A., Italy. OU painting 151. 
Boldini, G.. Italy. Oil paintings 812, 813, 8U. 
Bombach, F., Germany. Oil painting 435. 
Bombaoh, Wm., Germany. Oil painting 141. 

Water color 620. 
Bompaid, Maorice, France. Oil painting 

251. 
Bompiani, A., Italy. Oil paintings 150, 167, 

215. 
Bonhenr, Isidore, France. Bcnlptaresl32,134, 

186. 
Bonheor, Rosa, France. Oil paintings 426. 
SOL United States Loan collection. Oil 
paintings 8067, 3101. 
Bonington. R. P., (deceased). United States 

Loan collection. Oil painting 8083. 
BonnaL Leon.Joseph-Florentin, France. Oil 

paintings 263, 295. 
Bonnefoy, Adrien-Adolphe, France. Oil 

paintings 318. 223. Water color 686. 
Bonnier, Era, Sweden. Oil paintings 55, 57,61. 
80 



Borchardt, F., Germany. Oil painting 180. 
Bonles, Ernest, France. Oil painting 3b9. 
Bordignon, N., Italy. Oil paintings 157,276, 

283. 
Borg, A., Sweden. Oil paintings 196, 198. 
Borgen, Fr., Norway. On paintings 57, 62, 80, 

Borghnm, J. G., United States. Bcnlptnre 

147. 
Boring, Tilton & Mellen, United States. Ar- 

chitectnral drawings 2865, 2958. 
BoTJesson, John, Prof., Sweden. Sculpture 4. 
Borrel, Alfred, France. Medals 709, 734. 
Borselen, J. W. van 'deceased, 1892),Hoiland« 

Water color 225. 
Bosboom, J. (deceased, 1891); Holland. OU 

paintings 74, 79. Water colors 260, 271. 
Boston, J. H., United States. Oil painting 

1088. 
BOttcher, F. , Germany. Etching 670. 
Bott6e, Louis Alex&ndre, France. Medals 

745 746. 
Bottero, G., Italy. Oil oaintings 129, 140, 291. 
Bottinelli, A., Italy. Sculptures 2, 6, 7, 188, 

189.190, 191, 192, 193. 
Boucner, Alfred, France. Sculpture 36. 
Boucher, Alfred-JeaUi France. Oil painting 

236. 
BoGchor, Joseph-Felix, France. Oil paint- 
ing 857. 
Bouary, Alois,_Belgium. Oil paintings 90, ffiS. 
Boughton, G. U., United States. OU paint- 

ing 486. Great Britain. Oil paintings 150, 

410, 439. 
Bouguerean, WiUiam-Adolphe, France. OU 

piuntings 287^ 243. 430. 
Bonlard, Emile-Alexandre, France. OU 

painting 211. 
Bouroe, Henri, Belgium. OU painting 188. 
Bourdillon, Frank W., Great Britain. OU 

paintings 115, 164. 
Bourgain, Gustaye, France. Oil painting 400. 
Bourgeois, Eugene-Yictor, France. OU paint- 
ing 252. 
Bourgeois, MazimUien, France. Medal 782. 
Bourgogne, Pierre , France. Oil nainting 195. 
Bourgonnier, Claude, France. OU painting 

406. 
Bourotte, Auguste, Belgium. OU paintings 

74, 280. 
Boutalie, Louis, France. Steel engravings 

856,901. 
Boutet-de-MonTsl, Maurice, France. Water 

colors 643, 652, 658, 655, 659. 
Boutigny, EinUe, France. OU paintings 178, 

216. 
Boutwood, G. E., United States. OU paint- 

ing 60S. 
Bouvier, A., Belgium. Oil painting 128. 
Boyden, D. F., United States. OU painting 

701. 
Boyle, J. J., United States. Sculpture 21. 
Bracht, Professor E., Germany. OU paintings 

317, 479. 
Bracony, L., Italy. Sculpture 539. 
Bracquemond, F61ix, France. Etchings 829, 

860.879. 
Bradbury, M. B., United States. Water color 

1475. 
Bradley, Amy Aldis, United States. Sculpt- 

ures 8, 100. 
Bradley, H.. United States. Water color 

1410. Black and white drawinar 1655. 
Bradley, Susan H., United States. Water 

color 1489. 
Braecke, Pierre, Belgium. Sculpture SO. 
BraendekUde, H. J., Denmark. OU painting 

110, IW. 
Braith, Professor Anton, Germany. Oil paint- 
ings 200, 266. 



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INDEX OF ARTISTS. 



Bnmloy, Frank, Great firitain. Oil paint- 
ings 172, 250. 

Bramtot, Alfred-Henri, France. Oil paintings 
201,482. 




paindng 428. 

Brangwyn, Frank, Qreat Britain. Oil paint- 
ings 281, 884. 

Brauen, Hans, Denmark. Oil painting 20. 

BrateacL Jnles-Panl, France. Medal 719. 
Work in pewter 986 and 988 to 994, inclnsiTe. 

Bratland, Jac, Norway. Oil paintings 82, 110. 

Bransewetter, Professor O., Germany. Oil 
painting 278. 

Breasson, Jean, France. Arohiteotares 1101, 
1102, 1108, 1109. 

Bredberg, Mina, Sweden. Oil painting 118. 

Bredin, Christine 8., United StatesTwater 
color 1407. 

Bredsdorff, Johan TJlrik,Denmark. Oil paint- 
ing 83. 

Bredt, Ferd. Max, Germany. Oil paintings 
125, 106. 

Bregler. C, United States. Oil painting 1279. 

Breidwiser, Theodor, Austria. Oil painting 

Breitbaoh, Carl, Qermanj, Water colors 613, 

615, 619. 
Breitner, G. H., Holland. Oil puntings 10 

118. 
Bremont, Jean-Lonis, France. Oil painting 

200. 
Brenda A Simonetti, Italy. Oil paintings 110, 

111, 112. 
Brendel, Professor Alb., Germany. Oil paint- 
ing isa 
Breneck, Anton. Anstria. Scalptare 15. 
Brest, Fabias, France. Oil painting 510. 
Breton, Joles-Adolphe. France. Oil paint- 

logs 202,203,214. United States Loan col. 

lection. Oil paintings 8047, 8056. 
Brett, John, A. R. A., Great Britain. Oil 

paintings 142, 288, 84a 
Breaer, Peter, Germany. Scalptare 84. 
Breul, H., United States. Water color 1428. 
Btewtnall, Edward F., B. W. S., Great Brit- 

ain. Water colors 508, 676. 
Bribieeca, Alberto, Mexico. Oil paintings 19, 

66. 
Bricher, A. T., United States. Water color 

1867. 
Bridges, Fidelia, United States. Water color 

Bridgman, F. A.. United States. Oil paint- 
ings 428, ^80, 482, 483, 937, 955, 1049. 

Brierly, Sir Oswald, R. W. 8., Great Britain. 
Water colors 526, 591. 

Bringharst, R. P., United States. Scalptare 
2,115. 

Bnspot, Henri, France. Oil painting 220. 

Bristol, J. B., United States. Oil painting 
442. 

Brooard A Son, France. Glass cap 961. 

Brochacki, W., Polish. Oil painting 90. 

Brockmann y lilanos, Elisa, Spain. Oil 
painting 825. 

Brocos, Prof. M., BraziL Oil paintings 80, 81, 
84, 8.5, 86, 87, 40, 41, 42. 48, 44, 45,46, 47, 50, 51, 
52,58,54. ^., . . 

Broereman, Eagene, Belgium. Oil paintings 
161, 162. 

Bronnikoff, Feodor Andreieritch, Rossia. 
Oil painting 46. 

BrouftOBDrodoctions, Pompeii and Herca- 
*y, 831 to 441, inclasiTe. 

United States. Oil painting 
olor 1466. 



Brooks, Caroline S., Unitsd States. SoolpU 

ore S3, 84, 88, 89. 
Brooks, Carrie L., United Ststee. Scalptnrs 

71. 
Brooks, James, Y. P. R. I. B. A., Great Brit- 

ain. Arofaiteotore 961, 986, 1006, 1000, 1087, 

1C68. 
Broesmann, Professor Gost^ Germanj. 

Scalptare 25, 66. 
Broaghton, C, United States. Pen diswing 

20677 
Brooillet, Andre, France. Oil painting 160. 
Broawer, T. A., Jr., United States. ^Tpalnt. 

ing425. 
Brown. A. Page, United States. Architeot- 

oral drawixig 2862. 
Brown. Miss B. A. M., Great Britain. Bonlpt- 

are88. 
Brown, Ford Madox, Great Britain. OU 

paintings 141, 272. 
Brown. Frederick, Great Britain. OU paint- 

ing66. 
Brown, J. A., United States. OU painting 

834. Pastels 1518, 1519, 1557, 1568. 
Brown, J. G., United States. Oil paintings 

586, 557, 601, 871, 878, 806, 944. Water color 

1421. 
Brown, MatUda, United States. OU paint- 

ing856. 
Brown, M. L., United States. Wood engnr- 

ing2627. 
Brown, W. F., United States. OU painting 

882. 
Browne, C. F., United States. OU paintinoi 

621,888,028,967. 
Brownell, F., Canada. OU painting 96. 
Brorik,TaosIaT, Anstria. Oil paintings 28, 78; 

Braeiin, L., Italy. Oil paintings 211, 282, 806. 
Bragada y Panizo, Lais, Spain. OU painting 

96. 
BrugoSi Paglieci, Italy. OU paintings 106, 100. 
Bran, Charles, France. OU painting 210l 
Braneaa, Eagene, France. Arohitectars 114S, 

1146, 1147, 1148, 1186, 1188, 1189, 1190, 1101, 1192, 

1198, 1194, 1195. 
Bninet-Debaines, Louis, France. Etchings 

cSJo, tXjD, OiRf. _ 

Bronet, Jean, France. OU painting 172. 

Brani, Nicolay Alexandrovitoh, Rossia. OU 
painting 29. 

Branin, L^on, Belgiom. OU paintings 140, 
168. 

Branner A Tryon, United States. Architect* 
aral drawings 2087, 2944, 2958, 2065. 

Brash, G. deF., United States. OU paint- 
ings 586, 664, 706, 745. 

Brfitt, Ad., Germany. Scalptaze44,6S,02.101. 

BrOtt, Ferdinand, Germany. OU painting 
297. 

Bryant, W.^nited States. Oil painting lUL 

Brymner, William, R. C. A., Canada. OU 
paintings 14, 15, 72, 98, 180. 

Backman, Edwin, A. R. W. S., Great Britain. 
Water color 576. 

Bahot, F61iz, France. Etching 822. 

Balandj Eag^ne-Jean Charley, France. OQ 
paintings!^, 895. 

Balleid,G.Lawrence, A.R.W.S,, Great Britain. 
Water colors 618^01, 706. 

Bandgaard, A. J., Denmark. Soolptnre 5, 8b 

Banke, Frans, Germany. OU paintings 881, 
420. 

Banker, Caroline, United States. OU paint- 
ings 1012. 1068, 1285. 

Borgkao, MUe. Berttie, France. OU paint- 
ing 511. 

Barger, Johann, Germany. Engraring 600. 

Baigess, J. B. R. A., Great Britm. OU 
paintings 206, 271,850. 






INDEX OP ARTISTS. 



469 



BnrgMi, Wsiteir W*, R. P* E.« OreAt BritBln* 

EtohingB 780, 819. 888, 8S9, 843, 867. 
BnniMid, BugeDe, Anstna. Oil palntiiifir 187. 
Boms, 0. H., United States. Design for ohoir 

screen 3724. 
Barns, M. Jm United States, Black and white 

dzswingB 1611, 101s. Black and white draw- 

ings in oil 164% 1670. 
B™«^Fr«i9ois.Eugtoe, France. Etchings 

BozT, Victor, France. Architectore 1112. 
BoablBrown, H. K., United States. Scolptore 

60. 
Bosb-Brown, Mrs. H. li.. United States. De- 

signs for maral decoration 271R, 2716. 
Basse, (Germany. Arohiteotare 69S, 687. 
Boseon, Charles, France. Oil paintings 288, 

284. 
Batler,Q. B., United States. Oil painting 

640. 
Bntler, H., United States. Oil painting 597. 
BnUer, H. R., United States. Oil pamtings 

400, 411, 1O08. 
Bntler, Lady, Great Britain. Oiljpainting 267. 
BattersacJc, Bemh., Germany. Oil painting 

874. 
Bnxo 7 Tresangels, Lonis, Spain. Oil paint- 
ing 811. 
Batuee, Mary, United States. Oil paintings 

858, 1089. 
Baxsanx L., Italy. Oil painting 811. 
Byrne, J. A., United States. Scnlptore 68. 
CabotlE. C, United States. Water color 1488. 
Cady, H. N., United States. Oil painting 418. 
Cagnard, Emile, France. Oil painting 148. 
Ganiart, Emile, France. Pastels 608, 748, 751. 
Cam, Angnste, France. Scnlptare 40, 44, 55. 
Cain, Georges^ales-Aognste, France. Oil 

painting 454. 
Cain, Henri. France. Oil painting 200. 
Cain, NcTille, United States. Ou painting 

Calahan, J. J., United States. Etching 2881. 
CalandreUi, Professor A., Germany. Bcolptore 

70. 
Calcografia, Regia. Rome, Italy. Engrayings 

467 to 404, incTosiTe. 
Caldeoott, Randolph (the late). Great Britain. 

Water color 657. 
Calder, A. 8., United States. Scnlptare 4, 70. 
Calderon, P. H., R. A., Great Bntain. Oil 

painting 865. 
Calderon, W.Frank, Great Britain. Oil paint- 

ing 120. 
Calinand, Mathnrin-Eogtae. France. Archi- 

tectore 1166, 1167, 1168, 1169. 
Caliga, I. H., United States. Oil painting651. 
Calissendorf, A., Holland. OU paintings 87, 

188. 
CaUdn, Lance, Great Britain. Oil painting 

245. 
Callow, William, R. W. S.. F. R. G. S., Great 

Britun. Water color 546. 
Calthrop, Clande, Great Britain. Oil paint- 

ing 101. 
CnlT 
Calzo: 

Camboe, tiean-jaies, irrance. Bcnip 
Cameron, £• 8., United States. Oil painting 

1161. 
Cameron, D. T., Great Britain. Frame of 

etchings 707, 870. 
Cameron, Hagh, R. & A., Great Britain. Oil 

paintings 85, 258. 
Camoyana, G., Spain. Oil painting 207. 
Campa, Lois, Mexico. Etchioi^ 78, 70. 
Campbell, Dooglas & Momson, ^Meesrs., 

Great Britain. Architecture 1070. 
Campeny y Santamaria, Joed, Spain. Scolpt- 

aie81,8i88,84. 



Canby, Lonise P., United States. Etchings 

2142, 2148, 215L 
Candidas, H. W. T.. United States. Ofl 

painting 550. 
Campozano, Tomas, Spain. Oil paintin^t 

152. 
Canneeea^taly. Scolptore 406, 509. 
Cannon«H. L.. United Statee. Scnlptare 187. 
Canon, Bians, Anstria. Oil painting 76. 
Canto, Italy. Scnlptare 19, 70. 
Cansiani, Madame Louisa Stair, Great Bri^ 

ain. Oil painting 240. 
Cap, Constant, Belgium. Oil painting 135. 
CwD^ne. G., Italy. Oil paintings 162, 160, 225, 

Caprani(»,GrmoG.,Italy. Pastels 450,*451^45a 

Carabain, Jacques, Belgium. Oil ra«ntan|p>. 
106,110. 

Carand, Joeeph, France. Oil painting 481. 

Carboreno Moreno, Joee, Spain. Oil paint- 
ing 162. 

Carcano, F., Italy. Oil paintings 89, 90, 91, 92, 
98. 94, 96, 96, 97,98,99, 100, 101, 1(^ 150, 172, 185, 
200, 218, 224, 298, 294.295,200, 804. 

Carl, Kate A., United States. Oil painting 
6U. 

Carles, Antonin-Jean, France. Scnlptare 15. 

OarUKielaen. Anna M., Denmark. Scnlptare 
15, 16. 

Caroius-Daran, Emile-Augnste, France. Oil 
paintings 808. 810, 816. United Statee Loan 
collection. Oil paintings 8005, 8120. 

CarOe, W. D.. Great Britain. Architectore 
070, 1028, 10%. 

Carpentier, ETariste, Belgium. Oil paintLogs 
70,220. 

Carrasoo, Gonsalo, Mexico. Oil paintings 82, 
83. 

Carrdre A Hastings, United States. Archi- 
tectural drawings 2831, 2aBL 2885, 2886, 2887, 
2888, 2880, 2840, 2841, 2B42rFhotograph 2828. 

Carrier-Belleuse, Louis-Robert, France. Oil 
paintings 230, 565, 566. 

Carries, France. Earthenware Tase 052. 

Caretensen, A. Riia, Denmark. Oil painting 
125. 

Carter, F. A., United States. Water color 
1397. 

Carter, William, Great Britain. Oil paintings 
285,291. 

Cary, G., United States. Architectoral draw- 
ing 2850. 

Cary A Trowbridge, United States. Archi- 
tectural drawing 2764. 

Casananas Gonaales, Antonio, SjMdn. Sculpt- 
are 85. 

Casas, Ramon^pain. Oil pointings 122, 189. 

Castagneto, J. Baptista, Brazil. OU paintings 
18, 42. 

Castaigne, A., United Statee. Drawings 1628, 
1677, 1878, 1881, 1882, 1888, 1884, 1885, 1886, 
1887, 1888, 1889. 1890, 1891, 1894, 1896, 2692. 

Castellanas y Eaoola, Spain. Sculpture 28. 

Castello, E., United States. Water color 
1419. 



ing lui. 141V. 

ftlyL P., Italy. Sculpture 27, 86, 88, 89, 516. Castelncho, A. y C, Spain. Water colon 826, 

&lzolari,0., Italy. Sculpture 268. 878,879,380,881. Oil painting 289. 

unboe, Jean-Jules, France. Sculpture 9. Cate, S. J. ten, Holland. Oil paintings 112, 120, 



Cate, S. J. ten, Holland. Oil paintings 112, 120, 

188 j^ 

Catlin, G., United States. Oil painting 189. 
Cauldwell. L., United States. Oil paintings 

694, 695, 1185. Pastels 1521, 1575. 
CsT^, Jules-Cyrille, France. Oil painting 

632. 
Cazin, J. C, United States. Loan colleotion. 

Oil paintincfs 8007, 8034, 3064. 8118. 
Cazin, Mme. Marie, France. Pastele 607, 627. 
Cazin, Michel, France. Medals 786. 
Central Society of Architects, of France. 

Case of medals 780. 



470 



INDEX OI' ARTISTS. 



Centurion, Jo«6 Maria, Mexico. Scnlpture 

5,6. 
Chadwick, E., Sweden. Oil paintings 52, 81, 

128. 
Chaiffneaa, Ferdinand. France. Etching 791. 
Chaignean, Jean-Ferainand, France. Oil 

paintings 811, 369. 
Cballener, F. S., A. R. C. A., Canada. Oil 



dntings 84, 35, 86, 08, 107. 
Ion, Lonia, Fi 
mpnej, J. W. 
1514, 1555, 1572. 



jpaintii 
Coalon, Lonia, France. Oil painting 228. 
Champnej, J. W., United Htatea. Paatela 



Champneys, Basil, Great Britain. Architect- 

nre 1011, 1019, 1009, 1100. 
Chaperon, Engene, France. Oil painting 506. 
Chaplain, Jnlea Ol6ment, France. Medals 

Chaplet, Emeet, France. Porcelains 914, 019, 
9& 964, 979, 981, 982, 1000, 10(M, 1008, 1011, 
1012, 1018. 

Chapman, C. T., United States. Oil paint- 
ings 523, 1066. Water color 1489. Wnsh draw- 
ing 1765. Black and white drawings 1677, 
1774. 

Chapman, C. T., United States. Etchings 
2078, 2074, 2C75, 2076, 2077, 2078, 2079. 2080, 
2061, 2082. 2068, 2084, 2085, 2086, 2087, 2088. 

Chapon, Lfon-Lonis, Franca. Wood engray- 
ing871. 

Chapn, Henri-Michel, France. Sonlptare 61. 

Charlemont, Ednard, Austria. Oil pidntings 
21, 55, 109, 184, 186, ll2. 

Charlemont, Theodor, Anstria. Scolptnre 12. 

Charles, James, Ghreat Britain. OU paintings 
117, 153, 482, 487. 

Charlier, Gnillanme, Belgiom. Scnlptore 29, 
82,89. 

Charlton, Edward W., A. R. P. E., Great 
Britain. Etchings 852, 854, 871, 872, 878, 
885. 

Charlton, John, Great Britain. Drawings 
894, 895, 918. 924, 925. 926,929,980,931,986, 
9iM), 951. 958, 959, Oil paintings 87, 276. 

CharpenUer, Gaston, France. Oil ' "' 



2S2. 



painting 



Cliartran, Theobald, France. Oil painting 

518. 
Chase, H. (deceased). United States. Oil 

paintings 852^. 
Chase, W. M., United States. Oil paintings 

657, 684, 725, 764, 769. Pastel 1539. PencU 

drawing 1500. 
Chatronsse, Emile, France. Scnlptare 54. 
Chattel, Fred J. da, Holland. Oil paintings 

22. 158 182. 
Chattock, R*. S., P. R. P. E., Great Britain. 

Etchings 708, 790, 814, 816, 855. 
Chanseemiche, Benjamin, France. Architect- 
are 1121, 1126. 
Chaavel, Thtophile, France. Etchings 888, 

872. 
Checa y Delicado, Felipe, Spain. Oil paint- 



ings 127, 257, 204, 827. 
hedai 



Chedanne, Georgee-Panl, France. Architect- 
are 1130. 1131, 1132^ 1183. 

Chelmonski, J., Polish. Oil painting 10. 

rh6rot, Joseph, France. Bronzes 009, 010, 1030. 

Cheret, Jales, France. Pastel 717 

(■^hevrfe, Paal, France. Scnlptare 88. 

Chevreax, A. F., New Soath Wales. Scalpt- 
are2. 

Chigot, Ehigene, France. Oil paintings 418, 
450. 

Childers. Miss Milley, Great Britain. Oil 
painting 808. 

Choppin, Paal-Francois, France. Scnlptore 
6. 

Christiansen, Paal S., Denmark. Oil paint- 
ing 167. 



ChristiaiiBein, B., Deiunaik. Oilpaintingaflft, 
129. 

Chri8tofleACia.,FEBnoe. Work in silTer 98B, 
929,939. 

Chomant, Th., Germany. Water colors 572, 
578, 576, 677. 

Charch, F. S^United States. Oil paintings 
47L 740. Water color 1858. Black and 
white drawings 1771, 178S. 

Churchill, W/W., United States. OQ paint- 
ing 1185. 

Cia2inaki,J. Polish. OU paintings 00, 106, 

m, 

Ciani, Y. A., United States. Scalptnre 160. 
Ciardi, G.. Italy. Oil paintings 230, 281, 2S. 

288, 234, 235. 
Cichocki, F.. Polish. Oil pointings 51, lia 
Clpriano, Folgneras, Spain. Scnlptare IL 
Cisneros, Lais, Mexico. Bronae 70. 
CiTiletti, Italy. 8calptare57. 
Clairin. Gorges, France. Water colors 068, 

690. C>il palndng 151. 
Claraso, Enrique, ^Nun. Sculpture?. 
Clark, James, Great Britain. Oil paintings 

86,127. 
Claik, Joseph, Great Britain. Oil paintings 

278, 800, 404. 
Clark, Rose. United States. Oil painting 

1252. 
Clark, Wm United States. Oil painting 850. 
Clarke. T. Chatfield & Son, Great &itain. 

Architectaree 1009, 1048, 1065. 
Clarke, T. S., United States. Scnlptnie 48. 

OU paintings 475, 732. 1079, 1212, 1248. 
Clary, Eugene, France. Oil painting 577. 
Claude, Georges, France. Water colors 688, 

602. 
Claude, J. Max, France. OU painting 580. 

Water color 686. 
Claude], MUe.Camille, France, Sculpture 111. 
Clans. EmUcB^nm. Water colors 258, 279. 

Oil painting 124. 
Clausen, Gheorge R. I., Great Britain. OU 

£aintingB 203, 263, 405, 441, 470. 
WBon, J. W., United States. Oil painting 
842 

Cleaves, W. P.. United States. Wood engrar- 
ings 2006. 2607. 2615, 2618, 2628, 2630. 

Clements, GabneUe D., United States. OU 
painting 1140. 

Clemente y Peru, Salvador, Spain. OU paint- 
ings 209, 328, 320. 

CHnedinst, B.W., United States. OU paint- 
ings 548, 885. 

CUnton,C.W.. United States. Architectural 
drawings 2772i277S. 

Closson, W. B.,United States. Wood engrav- 
ings 2403, 2406, 2400, 2411, 2412, 2420121, 
24Z2, 2424, 2425, 2432, 2435, 2486, 2S29, 2688. 
Other engravings 2379, 2380, 2884, 2886, 2621. 
Mezzotint 2679. 

Cloaston, Robert S.* Grpat Britain. Mesio* 
tint 789. Engraving 862. 

Clonsmann, W., United States. Water oolor 
1394. 

Cobb, A. M., United States. OU painting 810. 

Cochrane, J. G., Unit^ States. OU painting 
1046. 

Codman, S.. United States. Architectural 
drawings 2896, 2807, 2898. 

Coen, S., ttnly. Oil painting 278. 

Coenraets, Charles, Belgium. OU paintii 
227, 235. 

Coenraets, Ferdinand, Belgium. Water colors 
260, 274. 

Coifin. Elizabeth R., United States. Oil paint- 
ing 1088. 

Coifin, Esther L., United States. OU paint- 
ing 1149. Water colors 1498, 1605. 



paintingB 



INDEX OF ARTISTS. 



471 



Go£Bn. W. Am United States. Oil paintings 

682, 687, 687. 748, 070, 1189. 
Cogen, Felix, Bel^inm. Oil painting 221. 
Cohen, Miss Ellen G., Great Britain. Oil 

painting 492. 
Cohen, G. W^ United States. OU painting 

862. 
Cohen, Katherine A., United States. Scnlpt- 

nre 107. • 
Coke, Alfred Scusheverel, Great Britain. Oil 

painting 889. 
Cole^ J. F., (deceased), • United States. Oil 

painting 220. 
Cole, Timothy, United States. Woodengrav- 

ingB 2182, 2434, 2438, 2441, 2448, 24U, 2446, 

2417, 2451, 2452, 24.53, 2454, 2456, 2457. 2458, 

2459, 2462, 2409, 2478, 2475, 2476, 2477. 2478, 

2481,2488. 
Cole, Thomas, (deceased). United States. Oil 

paintings 248, 262. 
Cole. Yicat R. A. (the late). Great Britain. 

Oil paintings 882, 462. 
Coleman, F.. Italy. Oil piunting 147. 
Collart, Mme. Mc^, Belgium. Oil paintings 

144, m 
Colle, Charles-Alphonse, France. Scolptares 

69, 118, 118a. 
Collett, Predrik, Norway. Oil paintings 68, 

118,119.131. 
Collier, the Hon. John, Great Britain. Oil 

p^tings 97, 119. 
Collier^ Thomas R. I. (deceased). Great 

Britain. Water color 528. 
Collin, Raphael, France. Oil paintings 205, 

249, 412. 
CoUinridge, Arthur, New Soath Wales. Oil 

paintings 27, 46, 47. 
Collins, A. Q., United States. Oil painting 

877 
Collins, R. C. United States. Wood engrav- 

ings 2609, 2611, 2616, 2625. 
Colman. S., United States. Oil paintings 880, 

551, 660. Water colors 1402, 1436, 1478. 

Etchings 2891^2892, 2895, 2896, 2897, 2898, 2400. 
Colomines y (DalTet, Euriqne, Spain. Pen 

and ink 387. 
Coman, Mrs. 0. B., United States. Oil paint- 
ings 722, 919. 
Comba y Garcia, Joan, Spain. Oil painting 

189. Pastel 247. 
Combes, Edward, C. M. G., M. At, C, New 

Sooth Wales. Oil oainting 48. ^ 
Commons, Donald, New Soath Wales. Watw 

color 118. 
Comatock, Mrs. Anna B., United States. 

Wood engraTings 2443, 2448, 2449, 2450, 2460, 

2461. 
Comat, Emile, France. Architecture 1134, 

1185, 1186. 
Conant, Lucy S., United States. Oil paint- 

ingll77. Water color 18.56. 
Conconi, L.. Italy. Oil painting 76. 
Condor, C, New South Wales. Oil painting 

62. 
Connah, D. J., United States. Oil painting 

682. 
Constable, J., (deceased), United States Loan 

collection. Oil paintings 3050, 3100, 3118. 
Cental, MUe. Jeanne. France. Miniatnre 748. 
Ck>ntreras, Jesus, Mexico. Sculptures 1, 4, 9, 12. 
Cooke, J. H., United States. Architectural 

drawing 8001. 
Coopor, C. C, United States. Oil paintings 

1289, 1290. 
Cooper, Edith, United States. WoodengraT- 

ings 2437, 2439. 2440, 2455. 
Coosemans, Joseph-Theodore, Belgium. Oil 

painting 182. 
Cope, W., United States. Architectural 

olnicb»99, 



Cope & Stewardson, United States. Archi- 
tectural drawings 2848, 2849, 2850, 28^1, 2918, 
2970, 8002. 

Copley, J. S., (deceased). United States. Oil 
paintings 208, 249. 

Copp, Ellen Rankin, United States. Sculpt- 
ure 97. 

0>rbet, Mrs. M. Ridley, Great Britain. Oil 
paintings 148, 148, 290. 

Cordonnier, Louis-Marie, France. Archi- 
tectures 1002,1064,1065.1066,1070,1071.1072,1078. 

Corelli, A.. Italy. Water colors 442, 448, 466. 
Oil paiotings 125,282. 

C<mer, T. C, United States. Oil paintings 
1060,1278. 

Corot, -T. B. C.(deceaHed), United States Loan 
collection. Oil paintings 8040, 8048, 3059, 
8074, 3075, 8082^090. 3ia5, 3107, 8110, 3114, 8119. 

Corpus Christi Priory Church, Great Britain. 
Architecture 1093. 

Corrodi, H., Italy. Oil paintings 219,290,292, 
302. 

Corteggiani, M., Italy. Oil painting 810. 

Cortes y Cordero, Eduardo, Spain. Oil paint- 
ings 65, 67. 91. 

Corwin, C. A., United States. Oil painting 
672. 

Costa, A., Italy. Oil paintini|[ 215. 

Costeau, Geortfee, France. Oil painting 221. 

Coto, Luis, Mexico. Oil paintings 26, 86, 78. 

Courant, Manrice-Franci^-August, France. 
Oil paintings 420, 476. Water colors 644, 677, 
684. 

Courbet, G., (deceased). United States Loan 
collection. Oil painting 8115. 

Courtens, Franz, Belgium. Oil paintings 208, 
204. 

O>urtois, Ghistave, France. Oil paintings 189, 
146. 

Cooso, E. J., United States. Oil paintings 
614, 1018. 

Coateriur, L6on, France. Oil painting 415. 

Coutts, Hm Great Britain. Water color 696. 

Couture, T., (deceased), United States Loan 



collection. Oil painting 8048. 

Cox, ('. B., United States. Sculnture 55. 

Ck>x, Kenyon, United States. Oil paintings 
893, 466, 514. 664, 706, 810, 811, 8297^ &56, 
866, 1041, 1159. Pen drawings 1651, 1706, 2051. 
Bhiok and white drawings 1784, 1831. 

Cox, Mrs. Kenyon, United States. Oil paint- 
ings 901^025. 

Crabeels, Flor. ( Antwerp) , Belgium . The Re- 
turn to the F^irm. Oil pMintings 100, 211. 

Craig, T. B., United States. Oil painting 
1058. 

Cram, Wentworth & Goodhue, United States. 
Architectural drawings 2769, 2770. 2771. 

Cramer, H61dne, Germany. 0^1 painting 206. 

Cramer, Molly, (^rmany. Oil painting 193. 

Cranch, Mrs. C. A., United States. OU paint- 
ings 485, 550. 

Crane, B., United States. Oil painting 571. 

Crane, Walter, Great Britain. Water colors 
625, 625a, 626, 627. Oil painting 147. Wood 
cut 922. 

Creed, Miss, New South Wales. Oil paintings 
25,26. 

Crespo Yillanueva, Manuel, Spain. Oil paint- 




ings 322. Water colors 309, 820, 827, 829. 
Croiey^ristide, France. Sculpture 67. 
Crola, Professor Hugo, Germany. Oil paint. 

ing 181. 
Cruikshank, W., A. R. C. A., Canada, Oil 

painting 77f 



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INDEX OF ARTISTS. 



Cram, Clark, United States. Water oolor 

1385. 
Cnbero, Jofl6, Spain. Scnlptnra 47. 
Cnllen, M. G., Canada. Oil paintings 120, 1S2. 
Conninefaam, J. W., United States. Oil 

paintings 697, 831. 
Carran, C. C, United States. Oil paintings 

857, 649, 656, 980, 951, 961, 974, 1022, 1128, 1146, 

1191. Water colors 1478, 1508. 
Cnsachs y Cusachs, Jos6, Spain. Oil paint- 
ings 78 J4^5. 
Cnsack. W.H.. United Statee. Architectoral 

drawings 2870, 2873. 
Cashing, K., United States. Scolptnre 102. 
Cnshman, G. H., United States. Miniatores 

175, 179. 
Cntanda, Vicente, Spain. Oil painting 180. 
CutterTrhomas W., F. R. I. B. A., Great Brit- 
ain. Architectures 969, 974, 997, 998, 1006, 

1020, 1016, 1047, 1068, U96. 
Da Costa, J. Baptista, Brazil. Oil paintings 

13, 14, 29, 88, 48, 58. 
Da Cbeta, Prof. Zefferino J., BraziL OQ 

paintings 88, 89. 
Dadd, Frank, R. I., Great Britain. Water 

Colors 562. 
Dael, Aognste, Belgiom. Oil paintings 75, 

152. 
Daelen, Ed., Germany. Oil painting 510. 
Dagnan-BoQTeret, P. A. J., United Statee 

Loan collection. Oil naintings 8054, 8068. 
Dahl, Hans, Germany. Oil painting 215. 
Daillion. Horace,Frence. Scolptnre 89. 
Daingerneld, £., united States. Water oolor 

1888. 
Dake, Prof. C. L., Holland. Water oolor 

806. Etching 824. 
Dale. Mrs. G., Great Britian. Mezzotint 862. 
Dalet, Domingo, Spain. Drawings 395, 896, 

897, 896, 899. 
DalgJeieh, T. Imng, R. P. E., Great Britain. 

Etchings 758, 827, 842, 874. 
Dall, Hans., Denmark. Oil paintings 52, 166. 
Dall, Oca Bianca, A., Italy. Oil painting 288. 
Dallm, C. E., United States. Scnlptores 1, 

64. 
Dalpayrat, Adrien, France. Earthenware 

917, 974, 1005^ 1009, 1026. 
Dameron, Emile-Charles, France. Oil paint- 
ings 401. 
Damman, Benjamin-Aogaste-Louis, France. 

Etching 817. 
Dammeier, Rnd, Germany. Water oolor 590. 
Dammonse, Albert, France. Porcelain 715. 

Decorated porcelains 924, 955, 957, 1015. 
Da Molin, O., Italy. Oil paintings 130, 242. 

Pastel 458. 
Da Motta, Agoetinho, BraziL Oil paintings 

78, 79. 
Damoye, Pierfe-Emmannel, France. Oil 

paintings 219, 238. 
Dana, C. E., Unit«Ml States. Water colors 

1298, 1373, 1408, 1494. 
Dana, W. J., United States, Wood engray. 

ings 2471, 2608. 2631, 2634. 
D'Andrea, F., Italy. Oil painting 156, 208. 
D'Anethan, Alix, Belgium. Oil painting 288. 
Dangain,Jpan-BaptiBte, Frances. Engravings 

782, 888, 882. Wood engraving 882. 
Daniszewska, M., Polish. Oil paintings 49, 

53. 
Dan, Johanne, Denmark. Scnlptnre91. 
Dannat, W. T., United States. Oil painting 

800. 
Dantan, Edoaard, France. Oil paintings 206, 

800. 
Dapoasa Bengoechea, Niceto, Spain. Oil 

paintings 105, 106. 
Dardoize, Emile, France. Oil paintings 817, 

890t 



D^Argenoe, Engdne, Fnmoa. Pastel 728. 
Dargent, Jan, France. Oilpainting 210. 
Darrah, Mrs. S. T., United EKatesTOil paint 

ing258. 
Dastngne, Maxima, Fiance. Oilpainting 180. 
Danbigny, 0. F., (deceased). UnitedStates 

Loan colleotion. Oilpainongs 8060. 9090, 

8106. 
Danphin, Eag6ne^ France. Oil painting 4SS. 
Dans, "EL L., United States. ArcMtectond 

drawing 2866. 
Dansch, Rome. Ni^t8,9. 
Danvergne, Louis -Ren6- Alphonse-Alfred, 

France. Arehiteotnre 1182, 1188, 1184, 1185. 

1187. 
David, Mile. Marie, France. Deoorsted poroer 

lain 945. 
David de Saozea, Jean, France. Oil painting 

145. 
Davld-Nillet, Germain, Franca. Oil paintr 

in^. 
Davidson, H., United States. Wood eiigiaT- 

in^ 2465^2466, 2480, 2482, 2484, 2488, 25^ 
Davis, C. H., UBited States. Oil paintings 

867, 408, 418, 721, 780, 941. 
Davis, H. W. B., R. A., Great Britain. Oil 

paintings 81^ 875, 451. 
Davis, J. P., United States. Wood engniT- 

ings 2468, 2464, 2467, 2472, 2474,2486. JSoT 
Davis, S. P., United States. Wood engraT- 

ings 2614, 2624, 2632. 
Dawant, Albert-Pierre, France. Oil paint- 
ings 266, 270. 
Dawson, A., United States. Water Mora 

1460, 1490. 
Dawson, Nelson, Great Britain. Oil paint- 
ing 186. 
Day, FoTshaw, B. C, Canada. Oil paintings. 

29, 51, 189, 191, 198. 
Day, F. M., United States. Architeotnial 

drawings 2868, 2867. 
Day, F.. United States. Oil painting 872. 

Washdrawinff 1835. 
DeAlmeidi, Belmiro, Brazil. Oil painting 84. 
Dealy, Miss Jane M., R. I., Great Britain. 

Water colors 502. 685. 
Dean & Son, Sir Thomas N., Great Britain. 

Architecture 1050. 
Dean, W. L., United States. Oil paintings 

822 339 847 
Dearth, ^.i., United States. Oil paintings 

766, 1158. ^ 
Debat-Ponsan, Edonard-Bemaid, France. Oil 

painting 199. 
De Bats, Augusta Marie, Belgium. Oil paint- 

inff 107. 
De Beui, Franz, Belgium. Oil paintings 208, 

242. 
De Bi^vre, Marie, Belgium. Oil painting 289. 
De Blois. Charles Th6odore, Franoe. Etch. 

ing and burin 802. 
De Bock, Theo., Holland. Water colors 252, 

295. Oil paintings 8, 87. 
Da Bourtzoff, Nathalie, Belgium. Oil paint- 



ings 112, 116. 
teBrc ~ 



De Bruya, Frans, Belgium. Oil painting 151. 
Debufe, G. fila, France. Oil paintings 498, 

524. 
De (^amp, J., United States. Oil painting 

1296. 
Decamps, A. G,. (deceased). United States 

Loan collection. Oil painting 8128. 
Decisy, Eugene, France. Litliograph 812. 

Deck, France. 949,053. 

De Crano, F. F., United States. Oil paint- 
ing 920. 

De Figuerdo, Anrelio, Brazil. Oil painting 

83 * 

De Forest, H. J«> Cana4a. Oil paiotini^ 1^2, 



INDEX OF ARTISTS. 



473 



Be Forest, Lockwood, United Statee. Oil 

painting 646. 
Defiegger, Professor Frans Ton, Genn&ny. 

Oil paintings 2S8, 2B1, 134. Anstria. Oil 

paintings 29, 91. 
Degas, United Statee Loan ooUeotion. Oil 

paintings a006, S015. 
De Haas^ J. H. L., Holland. Oil paintingB 

De baas, M. F. H., United Statee. Oil paint- 

ix^&SS. 
DeHem, Looiae, Belgiom. Oil paintings 126, 

184 
DeHenyel, Theodore-Bernard, Belgium. Oil 

pointing 247. 
Belters, fi., Germany. Oil painting 509. Wa- 
ter colors 594^600. 
Be Kegbel, Desire, Belgium, Oil paintings 

78,1W. 
Be Keyser, Jean Baptists, Belgiom. Scnlpt- 

nre 14. 
Be Keyser, Nicaise, Belgium. Oil painting 

1»7. 
Belachaux, L., United States. Oil paintings 

1061, 12B7. 
Delacroix, Henry Engine, Franoe. Oil paint- 
ings 890, 522, 573. 
Delacroix, F. V. E., (deceased) ^United States, 

Loan collection. Oil paintings 8062,8076, 

9065. 
Delaherohe, Aoguste, France. Faiences OOS to 

906, inclusiTe; 915, 921, 022, 923, 947, 958, 1016, 

1017, 1025, lOM, 1029. 
Del^Mar, D., Holland. Oil paintings 148, 

Delance-Fenrgard, France. Oil painting 217. 

Delance, Panl-Louis, France. Oil painting 
285. 

Delaplanche, Engtoe, (deceased), France. 
Sculpture 64. 

Delanncy, Alfred^^exandre, France. Etch- 
ings 810, 898. 

Delavalle, Henri, France. Aquatints 894, 895. 

De Leya, G., Italy. Sculpture 51. 

Deir Acqua, Geeare, Belgium. Oil painting 
241 

Dellenbaugh, F. a. United States. Oil paint- 
ing 1096. 

Delobbe, Francois^fred, France. Oil paint- 
ing 258. 

Der Orme, E. H., United States. Wood en- 
gravings 2168, 2470, 2479, 2483, 2622, 2B39, 
»46. 

DeLort^C^arlee; France. Oil minting 407. 

Delpy, Camille. Prance. Oil painting 549. 

De Luce, P., United States. Water color 
l.'i04. 

Being, A., Ctermany. Oil painting 471. 

Be Martin^ G., Italy. Oil painting 148. 

Be Mathdm. Maurice, Belgium. Sculpture 7. 

Be Matteis, A , Italy. Oil paintings 210, 2^7. 

Beming, li*. W., United States. Oil paint- 
ing 609. 

Bemont, Adrien Loois, France. Oil paintings 
207,213.215. 

Bemont-Breton, Hme. Yirginie, France. Oil 
paintings 191, 192^208. 

Bempwolf, R., United States. Architectural 
drawing 2744. 

Be Naeyer, Charles, Belgium. Oil paintings 
157,246. 

Ben Buyts, Gostave, Belgium. Oil painting 
147. 

Benman H., United States. Oil painting 80S. 
Black and white drawings 1596, 1624. 

Benza, Tiro, Italy. Oil paintings 121, 258, 297. 
Be Paoli. L., Italy. Sculpture 822. 

Bepartment of Public Works, Germany. 
Arcbiteotores 771, 866, 



Beperthes, Pierre^Joseph-Edonard, France. 

Architecture 1085. 
Berbier, Emile-Louis, France. Wood engray- 

ixiff875. 
Be Rickx, Louis, Belgium. Oil paintings 114, 

248. 
Be Schampheleer, Edmond, Belgium. Oil 

paintings 189, 196. 
Bes 0>ndres, Adolf, (Hrmany. Oil p^inring 

840. 
Bes Enfans, Albert, Belgium. Sculptures 17, 

22,25. 
Be Smeth, Henri, Bekcium. Oil painting 106. 
Besmonlins, Femand, France. Etching 889. 
Beesar.L. P., United States. Oil paintings 

796, 799, 1020. 
Betaille. Edonard, France. Water color 68a 

United States Loan collection. Oil paint- 
ing 8045. 
Betmold, H. E^ Great Britain. Oil painting 

872. 
Be Tombay, Alphonse, Belgium. Sculptures 

4, 26, 85. 
Be Tommasi, P., Italy. Oil painting 287. 

Water colors 460, 46L 
Bettmann, L., Germany. Oil painting 855. 

Water colors 610. 611, 612, 616, ^7, 618. 
Beully, Eug^ne-Auguste-Franfois, France. 

Oil paintinss 276, 588. 
Beutsch, Ludwig,. Austria. Oil paintings 48, 

180. 
Beverin, Henri, France. Aquarelle <^ft»<gn» 

1008,1022. 
Beville, Maurice, France. Etchini[[ 788. 
Be Yigne, Emma, Belgium. Oil painting 191. 
Be Yigne, Paul, Belgium. Sculptures U, 12, 

20,24,24,38. 
Be Yriendt, Albrecht, Belgium. Oil painting 

145. 
Be Yriendt, Juliaan, Belgium. Oil painting 

64. 
.Dewey, G. M., United Statee. * Oil paintings 

541, 562, 1100, 1167. 
Dewing, T. \V., United Statee. Oil paintings 

554, M8, 712, 718^ 714, 720, 997. 
Deyrolle, Theophile-Louis, Franoe. Oil paint- 
ing 196. 
De Zwart, W., Holland. Oil paintings 60, 189. 

Water color 806, Etchings 300. 810, 818. 
Diaz dela Pefia, N. Y. (deceased). United 

States Loan collection. Oil paintings 

8103, 8112, 8117. 
Dicksee, Frank, A. R. A., Great Britain. Oil 

paintings 259, 841. 
Dicksee, Herbert, R. P. E., Great Britain. 

Etchings 778, 787, 794, 858. 
Didier, Adrian, France. EngiaTings 771, 784, 

834, 878. 
Didier, Ida Joy, United Statee. Oil painting 

1259. 
Diefifenbacher, Aug., Germany. Oil painting 

451. 
Die! man, F., United States. Oil painting 

726. Etching 2138. 
Dielman, Marguerite, Belgium. Oil painting 

118. 
Dierickx, Omer, Belgium. Oil r*'"*^"g* 104, 

146, 185. 
Dieterle, Georges-Pierre, France. Oil paint- 
ing 404. 
Diez Frances, Joe6, Spain. Oil paintings 154, 

206. 
Dignam, Mary E., Canada. Oil paintings 40, 

123. 
Dillens, Albrecht, Belgium. Oil r*»"*^^'"g 

236. 
DiUon, Frank, B. I., Great Britain. Water 

color 682. 
Dillon, Henri-Patrioe-Fiance, litho^rapl) 

7Wt 



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474 



INDEX OF ARTISTS. 






Dillon, Jolia, United Statee. Oil painting 

1210. 
Dillon. Maria Liaovna Bliss, Russia. Scolpt- 

UTee2 11. 
Diriks, Edvard, Norway. Oi^ paintings 71, 85. 
Ditsctiainer, Adolph, Austria. Oil painting 

34. 
Dixey, Ellen S., United States. Water color 

1818. 
DmitrieCf-Orenburgsky, Nicolay Dmitrie- 

vitch« Russia. Oil paintings 86.47, 180. 
Doat, Taxile, France. Porcelain 759. En- 

ainel760. 
Dobbertin, O., Germany. Sculpture 52. 
Dobson, W. 0. T., R. A., R. W. S., Great 

Britain. Water colors 583,596. Oil paint- 

ing 411. 
Dodson, Sarah P. B., United States. Oil 

paintings 416, 1094, 1280. 
Doepler, Professor, Germany. Water color 

693. 
Dohlmann, Augusta, Denmark. Oil paintings 

47, 60. 
Dohn, Pauline A., United States. Oil paint- 
ing 8815. 
Dollingcr, Professor C, Germany. Architect- 
ure 768. 
Dominguez, M., Spain. Oil paintings 201, 205. 
Dommershnizen, Chr., Holland. Oil paint- 
ing 49. 
Donoghue, J., United States. Sculptures 129, 

130, 181. 
Donoho, G. R., United States. Oil paintings 

724, 849. 
Doring, Willy, Germany. Pastel 565. 
Dorn. Carl. Germany. Scuiptnn?« 81, 9S, 99. 
Dorph, A., Denmark. Oil painting 148. 
Dorph, N. v., Denmark. Oil paintings 68, 

121. 
Doncet, Lucien, France. Oil paintings 152, ' 

225 297 
D<iuglity, T. (deceased). United States. Oil 

painting 190. 
Donzetto, L., Germany Oil paintings 174, 

175. 
Dovera, A., Italy. Oil paintings /7, 78, 79, 80, 

81, 82, 83, 84. 
Doviaielli, C, Italy. Oil paintings «i, 107. 
Dow, A. W., United States. Oil painting 

1031. 
Doyle, Hiss J. M., New South Wales. Oil 

painting 49. 
Dmke, w^ 11., United States. Water colors 

1S34, 1338. 
Dresslor, Conrad, Great Britain. Sculptures 

12. 29, 85. 
Drinkwatpr, Charles, New South Wales. Oil 

painting 50. 
Drnrv, Alfred, Great Britain. Sculpture 27. 
Dube, Mrs. M., United States. Oil painting 

12:)3. 
Du iioip. Henri, France. Medala end medal- 

lioHB 726, 742. 
Du()oiH, Paul, France. Sculptures 104, 106, 108, 

110. 
Diibouchet. Henry-Joseph, France, Engrav- 

ingH 775, H77. 
Dnbufe, Gnillanme file, France. Pastels 610, 

614. Wat*»rcolor8 644. 645. 646, 647. 
Dubnssion, Albert, France Oil painting 229. 
DnChnttel, Fred J.. Holland. Water colors 

264,289. 
Decker. Professor Eugen, Germany. Oil 

painting 181. 
Ducker, Evgeny Ednardovitch, Russia. Oil 

painting 94. 
Duez, Ernest Ange, France. Oil paintings 

829, 3'.^. 333. 
Dnffatid, Jean-Baptiste, France. Oil paint- 
ing 193, 



Duffield, Mrs. William, R. I., Great Britain. 

Water color 702. 
Dufour, (^amille, France. Oil paintings 819. 
Dukszynska, E., Poliah. Oil paintings 11, 

68,87. 
Dulac, (>harlee, France. Oil painting 574. 
Dull, J., United States. Arcnitectunil dxaw> 

ing 2H30. 
Dumaresq,Char1es-£donard-Armand, France. 

Oil painting 807. 
Du Maurier, George, Great Britain. Water 



Dn Mond, F. V.. United States. Oil paint- 

ings 291, 1086, 1098. Drawings 1854, 1859, 1860, 

1862, 1868. 
Du Mond, F. M., United States. Oil painting 

1184. 
Du Mond, L. A.. United States. Pastel 1580. 
D^moulin, Louis, France. Oil painting 245. 
Dnnsmore, J. W^ United States. Oil paint- 

ing 1021. 
Dupain, Edmond-Louis, France. Oil paint- 
ing 515. 
Dupius, Daniel, France. Medal 716. 
Dupr6, Julien, France. Oil paintixig 147. 
Dupre, J. (deceased). United States lioan ool- 

lection. Oil paintings 8089, 8052, 8092. 
Duque y Duquo, Engenio, Spain. Scnlptores 

86, 87. ' 

Duraud, A. B. (deceased), United States. Oa 

painting 255. 
Durand, Ludovic, France. Sculpture 71. 
Dunn, Dr. Joeepn, Germany. Arohitectnres 

728,726,727. « 

Durst, Augusts, France. Oil paintings 21IS, 

411. 
Dutocq, Victor-Antoine^Ferdinand, France. 

Archilocture 1150,1151, 1152, 1153, 1154, 1156, 

1157, 1158, 1159. 1160, 1161, 1162, 1168. 1164. 
DuyhU, Fannie E., United States. Oil paint- 
ings 768, 1082. 
Duveneck, F., United States. Oil painting 

891. 
Duverger, Theophile-Emmannel, France. Oil 

painting 581. 
Dvorak, F., United States. Oil r*^<nfifig 

917. 
Dyonnet, £., A. B. C. A., Canada^ Oil paint- 
ing 26. 
Eakins. T., United States. Oil paintings 697, 

747, 748, 867, 1088, 1044, 1052, 1061, lOBS, 1132, 

1211. 
Eakins, Mrs. T., United States. Oil p^^n^iTig 

748. 
Eames A Young, United States. Archi* 

tectural drawing 2768. 
Earle, Charles, The late. Great Britain. Water 

colors 601, 641. 
East, Alfred, R. I.. Great Britain. Oil paint- 

ings 162, 212. Water colors 504. 673. 
Eastman, S., United States. Oil painting 

188. 
Eaton, C. H., United States. Oil paintings 

663, a^l. Water colors 1319, 1451, 14.%. 
Eaton, C. W., United States. Oil paintings 

299. 389, 642, 817. Water colors 1481,^1347, 

1449. Pastels 1516, 1581. 1546, 1570. 
Eaton, Wyatt, United States. Pen drawing 

2U60. 



Eberle, Ad., Germany. Oil painting 128. 
Eberlein, Professor G., Germany. Seal] 
50. 



ptare 



Eckenaes, Jahn, Germany. Oil paintings 149, 
258. 

Eckenbrecher, Th. V., Germany. Oil paint- 
ing 406. Water colors 578, 579. 

Ede, F. C. v., Canada. Oil paintings 87, 44, 
53, 64, 66, 105. 

Edis. U. W., F. S. A., F. B. I. B. A., Great 
Britain. Architectures 1071, 1072, 1085. 



INDEX OF ARTISTS. 



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Edwards, O. W., United Statee. Water oolore 

1837, 1861. Black and white drawings 1662, 

1744. 
Eerelman, O., Holland. Oil paintings 5, 80, 

178. 
Egun, J. H., Canada. Oil painting 4. 
fihrentraDtj* Profeaeor J., Germany. Oil 

painting 286. 
Eichfeld, HArm., Germany. Oil painting 872. 
Eichholts, J. (deoeaaed), United SUtee. Oil 

Sainting 285. 
ere. Professor G., Germany. China-prints 

696,6^ Etching 691. 
Eitner, Ernst, Germany. Gonaohe 614. 
Ekstrom, P. Seger8tad,Sweden. Oil paintings 

81, 44, 47; 80, 82. 88. 
Elaas, Julins Ton, Aostria. Oil painting 18. 
Elgpod, George S., B. I., Great Britain. 

Water colors 518. 524. 
Eliot, Maurice, France. Pastel 680. Oil 

paintings 840, 530. 
Elliott C. L. (deceased). United Statee. Oil 

painting 202. 
Ellia, Edwin, Great Britain. Oil painting 89. 
Ellis, Tristram, A. R. P. E., Great Britain. 

Water color 547. Etchings 784, 750, 788, 788a, 

790. 
Sister, G., Germany. Soolptaree 17, 22. 
Elwell, D. J.. United Statee. Oil paintings 

806.61^643,1222. 
Elwell, F. E., United States. Scolptares 26, 

112. 
Emmet, Lydia Field, United States. Oil 

paintings 1074, 12b^. Pastel 1577. 
Emslie, A. E., Great Britain. Oil paintings 

100,880. 
Ende & Bockmann, Germany. Architecture 

702, 708, 706, 707, 708. 
Endognroff, Ivan iTanoTitoh, RoBsia. Oil 

paintingA 40, 57, 114. 
Endognrofif, Serge Ivanoyitcb, Bossia. Water 

colors 21, 25, 82. 
Engelhart, Josef, Austria. Oil painting 104. 
Engelsted, M., Denmark. Oil painting; 84. 
Enneking, J. J., United States. Oil paintings 

815, 806, 450, 451, 452. 
Epler, Heinr., Germany. Sculpture 60. 
Erdmann, Mor., Germany. Etchings 688, 681, 

000. 

Erelman, Otto, Holland. Water color 248. 

Ericsson, Anna, Sweden. Water colors 149, 
152. 

Ericsson, Job., Sweden. Oil painting 75. 

Eriksson, Christian, Sweden. Sculptures S, 
7, 9. 

Ernest, George and Peto, Great Britain. Ar- 
chitecture 1010, 1018, 1078, 1087, 1101. 

Ernst, Rudolph, Austria. Oil painting 118. 

Ertz, E., United States. Oil painting 49a 
Water color 1485.^ Etching 2169. 

Escalier, Nicolas, France. Water colors 668, 
756. 

Eaohke, Professor H., Germany. Oil paint- 
ing 257. 

Eechwege, Elmar Y., G^ermany. Oil painting 
190. 

Espouy, Hector-James-Baptiste, France. Ar- 
chitecture 1060. 

Essai, Masami, Japan. Card receiyer 40. 

Essen, Janvan, Holland. Oil paintings 170, 
184. 

F.8ser, Theodor, Germany. Oil painting 866. 

Esteban y Yivero, Enrique, Spain. Oil paint> 
ing98. 

Estrada de Picabia, Francisco de Asis, Spain. 
Sculptures 20. 88, 89. 

Etchers* Association of Weimar, Germany. 
Etchings 641, 660. 

IStfaerington, Miss L., Great Britain. Oil 
painting 279. 



Eubnfe, G., fils, France. Oil painting 560. 

H. R. H. Prince Eugen of Sweden and Nor- 
way, Sweden. Ou paintings 18, 19, ^99, 
100, 101. 

Evans, A. F., United States. Architectural 
drawing 2860. 

Evans, £., United States. Oil painting 297. ^ 

Evans, Joe, United States. Oil paintings 
460,084. 

Evans, J. W., United States. Wood engrav- 
ings 2688, 2tUs, 2644, 2647. 

Evans, Mrs. M. £., United States. Oil painU 
ing279. 

Everett, H. E., United States. Decorative 
design 2720. 

Evershed, Arthur, A. R. P. E., Great Britain. 
Etchings 706, 728. 751. Wbter colors 508, 
601. 



2856, 206.% 2071. 2078. 2003. 



urai arawings zkw, zms, 'onu zvfiH, '^ws. 
Faber, K F^TUnited States, Etchings 2178, 



Eyre, Wilson, Jr., United States. Architect- 
ural drav"*"^ QOKA oaa« ocni oona *xion 

aber, K J 

2800,2401. 
Faber, H., United States. Etchings 2185, 

2180,2881. 
Faochinetti, Nicolau, Brazil. Oil paintings 

Fabey, Edward H., R. I., Great Britain. OU 
paintings 820, 336, 425. 

Fahrback, C. L., Germany. Oil painting 
448 

Fairchild, Lucia, United States. Oil paint- 
ing 1260. 

Falat, J., Germany. Oil painting 504. 

Falize, Lncien, France, (irold, silver and 
enamel work 067, 068, 075, 076.^ 

Falsen^ Mimi, Norway. Oil painting 23. 

Fambri, R^ Italy. Sculpture 66. 

Fanniftre, Freres, France. Silver work 087. 

Fantin-Latonr, H., United States Loan (yol- 
lection. Oil painting 8064. 

FarsRyn, Edgard, Belgium. Oil paintings 
206, 215. 

Famy, H. F., United States. Water colors 
1815, 1821, 1822. 

Farquharson, David, A. R. S. A., Great Brit- 
ain. Oil painting 857. 

Farquharson, J., Great Britain. OU paints 
ings 437, 442. 

Fath, Ren6-9laurice, France. Oil painting 
312 

Faxon. W. B., United States. Oil paintings 
688, 1142. 

Fedders, July Ivanovitch, Russia. Oil paint- 
ing 51. 

Fednghini, P., Italy. Oil paintings 86, 104. 

Fehr, Conrad, Germany. Pastel 575. 

Fehr, H. C, Great Britain. Sculpture 48. 

Feldmann, Iiouis, Germany. Oil painting 
808. 

Feldmann, W., Germany. Drawing 6S8. 
Etchings 672, 678. 

Fonn, H., United States. Pen drawing 2052. 
Wash drawings 1708, 1711. Black and white 
drawings 1680, 1640. 1650, 1663, 1600, 1712. 

Penning, Arthur R. G., Great Britain. Arohi- 

' tecture8 064, 065, 1030, KM, 1082. 

Fernandez de Robles, Maximo, Spain. Carv- 
ing 300. 

Fernandez Gil, Federioo, Spain. Oil paint- 
ing 830. 

Ferran, Luis, Spain. Oil paintings 222, 227. 

Ferrara, O., Italy. Oil painting 120. 

Ferrari, Ettore, Italy. Sculptures 108a, 504. 

Ferrer, Antonio de, Spain. Oil paintings 107, 
381, 882, 383. 

Ferrer Calatayud, Pedro, Spain. Oil paint- 
ing 834. 

Ferrier, Gabriel, France. Oil paintings 282, 
828,548. 



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INDEX OF ARTISTS. 



paint- 



Ferris, 8. Jm United States, Crayon 1858. 
Etching 2a0S. 

Feyen, Engine, France. Oil painting 475. 

Fiaschi, Italy. Bcolptore 22. 

Fichefet, Georges- FiBncois-Paol, Belgium. 
Oil painting 106. 

Field, B., United States. Miniatures 173, 178. 

Fierros y Alyares, Diomslo, Spain. Oil paint- 
ings 273, 274, 277. 

Fillebrown, F. E., United States. Wood 
engraying 2052. 

Fink, Professor Aug., Germany. Oil paint- 
ings 288, 417. 

Finnie, John, A. B. P. E., Great Britain. 
Etchings 781, 811. 

Firado, F., Spain. Oil painting 102. 

Fischer, A. JT, New Soath Wales. Oil paii 
ins 29. 

Fiscner, Ladwig H., Anstria. Water colors 
115,162,166. Oil paintuiff 116. 

Fischer, Ponl, Denmark. Oil painting 91, 

Fischer-Corlin, Germany. Oil painting 512. 

Fischer, Horace, Great Britain. Oil pftJTiHngR 
191, 891. ^^ 

Fisher, M., United States. Oil paintings 296, 
868, 871, 457, 492, 510, 516, 521, fiS4, 891, 1027. 

Fisher, S, Melton, Great Britain. Oil paint- 
ing 78. 

Fitz. B. B., (deceased), United States. OU 
paintinirs 925, 985. 

Fioza, Guimaraes, Jose, Brazil. Oil paintings 
7.8.9,21,22,28,24,27. 

Fjelde, J., United States. Sculptures 189, 
156. 

Flad, G., Germany. Oil painting 887. 

Flagg, C. N., United States. Oil painting 
570. 

Flagg, £., United States. Architectural draw- 
ing2890. 

Flameng, Francois, France. Oil paintings 
484, 441, 521. 

Flameng, Ldopold, France. Etchings 790, 

lyfi^ iWi. 

Flameng. Marie^uguste, France. Oil paint- 
ings 540, .'i70. 

Flamm, Albert, Germany. Oil painting 115. 

Fleischer, Fritz, Germany. Oil paintings 
279,828. 

Flemming, Mrs. M. P., New South Wales. 
Oil paintings 51, 52. 

Fletcher, Blandford, Great Britain. Oil 
paintinff 868. 

Fletcher, Morley, Great Britain. Oil paint;. 
ingl82. 

Fleury, Mme. Fanny, France. Oil painting 
257. 

Flickel, Paul, Germany . Oil painting 407. 

Flier, H. F. Tan der. Holland. Oil painting 62. 

Flores, Ednardo, Spain. Water colors 286, 
287,288,249,251,265. 

Focillon, Yictor-Louis, France. Wood en- 
gravings 7M, 891. 

Floguras, C^, Spain. Sculpture 42. 

FonvieUe, Ulric de, France. Oil painting 892. 

Forbes, J. C, B. C. A., Canada. Oil paint- 
ings 56, 78, 75, 79. 

Forbes, stanhope A., A. B. A., Great Britain. 
Oil paintings 66, 80. 

Forbes^ Mrs. Stanhope, Great Britain. Oil 
painting 427. 

Ford, E. Onslow, A. B. !A., Great Britain. 
Sculptures 3, 16, 49. 

Forster, J. W. L., A. R. C. A., Canada. Oil 
paintings 2, 59. 

Forsyth,^^., United States. Oil paintings 
829,527,1186. 

Fortuny^M., (deceased). United States Loan 
collection. Oil painting 8008. 

Fosdiok, J. W., United States. Burnt wood 
drawiiig 2696. 



Foes, Harriet C, United States. Oil paint- 
ing 897. 
Fosse. Athanase-Theodore-Frederic Fxanoe. 

Sculpture 79. 
Foster, Ben, United States. OU paintings 

878,668,688,1246. Water colors 1827, 1X74, 

1448. 
Foster, Birket, B. W. S., Great Britain. 

Water color 575. 
Fonacoj Guillaume Romain, Franosu Oil 

painting4a6. 
Foubert, Emile, Fiance. Oil r^inHng 224. 
Fouquea, Henri-Amedee, France. Bcnlptoie 

18. 



Fourie, Albert,Franoe. Oilj^aintingB^SSS. 
Foumier, AnatoL 
on copper 1023. 



ilpun 
, Fran< 



oe. Enamel 



Foumier, Hippolyte, Fiance. Oil r""^"g 
290. 

Foumier, Lonis-Edooaid, France. Oil paint* 
ing586. 

Fowler, Daniel, R. C. A., Canada. Water 
colore 91, 133, 150, 1^2, 158. !£«, 150, 160, 167, 
177, 179. 180, 184, 189. 

Fowler, F., United States. Oil paintings 420, 
464, .^25, 540, 926. DecoratiTe designs 2910, 
2784, 278», 2787, 2788, 2789, 2740, ^46, 2747, 
2748, 2749. 

Fowler^ Mrs. M. B. O., United States. Oil 
painting 556. 

Fowler, Robert, R. I., Great Britain. Water 
colore 505, 551. 

Fraenkel A Schmidt. United States. Arehi- 
tectural drawing 2918. 

Fragiaoomo, P., Italy. Oil paintings 153, 156, 
158. 

Frampton, George, Great Britain. Sculptures 
5, 20, t9. 

Fran9ois, F. L.. United States Loan collec- 
tion. OU painting 8094. 

Frances y Arribas, Fernanda, Spain. Oil 
paintings 128, 129. 

Frances y Pascual, Placido, Spain. Oil 
paintings 88, 142% 

Franchere, J.C.,Canada. Oil paintings 24. 6L 

Frank. Lucien, Belsdom. Oil painting 120. 

Frankfort. Ed., Holland. Oil painting 102. 

Franzen, A., United States. Water colore 
1401,1454. 

Franzini, D^Issonoourt, Charles-Henry- 
Michel, France. Oil painting 801. 

Frappa, Jo66, France. Oil painting 551. 

Fraser, J. A., R. C. A., Canada.^Oil paint- 
ing 1. 

Eraser, J. A., United States. Oil paintings 
847. Water dblore 1889. 1840, 1848, 1853, im 
Wash drawing 1707. Black and white drew- 
ings 1609, 1610, 1688. Canada. Water 
colore 84, 86, 147, 148, 158, 161, 168, 170, 172, 
185, 187, 195. 

Fraser, M., United States. Wash diawing 
1855. 

Freeman, G., United States. Miniature 17a 

Freer, F. W., United States. Oil paintingB 

_58,5,798,929. 

Fr^miet, Emmanuel, France. Sculptures 18, 

„66, 84. 

French, D. C, Cnlted States. Sculptures 74. 

French, F., United States. Wood engrevings 

2487, 24^, 2490, 2491, 2492, 2498, 2496, 2499. 

2500, 2502, 2505, 2506, 2S07, 2510, 2511, 2518, 

2314, 251!), 2526, 2527, 2528. 
Frenes, Hirt du, Germany. Oil paintings 

127, 269. 
Frentz, Rudolf, Feodoroyitch, Russia. Oil 

painting 111. 

FrenzeLOekar, Germany. Oil painting 182. 

Fr^re, Carlee-Edonard, France. Oil paint- 
ing 688. 



INDEX OF ARTISTS. 



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Fr^re, Jean. FtBnoe. Bcolptare 4. 

Frey, Wilhelxn, Germany. Oil paintin^f S48. 

I'r^rtag-Lorinffhoyen, M. von, Germany. 

Oil pointing 364. 
Friant, Emile, Franoe. Oil paintings 164, 818. 



Frioke, A.. Germany. Oil painting 156. 
Friedlaemler, Camilla, Aoatria. Oil p 



ing 100. 
'riedric 



paints 



Friedrich. Otto, Germany. Oil painting 256. 
Frieae, Richard, Germany. Oil painting 264. 
Fripp, Chaa. £., A. R. W. S., Great Britain. 

Water colors 618, 674, 688. 
Frith, W. P., R. A., Great Britain. Oil paint- 

ings 90, 91, 92, 93, 94. 
Froelioh, Edma, Denmark. Oil i^nting 98. 
Froelich, L., Denmark. Oil paintings 128, 

124. 
Froment, Engine, Franoe. Wood engraylnga 

709, 881. 
Fromentin, £.^decea8ed), United States Loan 

collection. Oil paintings 8093, 8097. 
Frost, A. B., United States. Wash drawings 

1661, 1761. Black and white drawings 17<M), 

1766,1767, 1768, 1879, 1880. Pen drawings 1978, 

1984,1987, 1988.1969. 
Fry, J. H^ United States. Oil painting 448. 
Fiye, G , United States. Oil pamting 678. 



paintizigs 229, 283. 
Folton, R., (deoeased). United States, Oil 

painting 287. 
Fallwoo^ A. H., New Soath Wales. Oil 

paintings 18. 84, 85, 86. Water colors 115, 

^67227. 
Folleylove, John. R. I., Great Britain. Oil 

painting 440. Water colors 619, 672. 
Fanakoshi, Shummin, Japan. Metal work 41. 
Fnrse, Charles W., Great Britain. Oil paint- 
ings 129. 185. 
Gabl, Professor Alois, Germany. Oil paint- 
ings 418. 424. 
Gabriel, P. J. C, Holland. Oil paintings 

20, 118, 145, 158. Water colors 199, 285. 
Gabrini. P.. Italy. Oil jpalnting 179. 
Gagen, Robert F., A.R. C. A., Canada. Water 

colors 85, 143. 157. 
Gagliardini, Julian Gnstay, France. Oil 

paintings 884, 519. 
GaiUiazd, Fran9oi8, Belgiom. Oil painting 

68. 
Galdaoano j Avellaneda, Antonio de, Spain. 

Oil painting 885. 
Galeme, Prosper, Franoe. Oil painting 888. 
Galimberti, G., Italy, Bcolptare 585. 
Galimsky, Vladiskdff MihaUoyitch, Russia. 

Oil painting 109. 
Gall6, France. Decorated glasses 927, 931, 938. 
Galli, R., Italy. Sculptures 117, 258, 259, 511, 

514.618. 
Galof re Oiler, Francisco, Spain. OU paint- 

ins 185- ^.. . 

Galrez, Mariano Miguel, Spain. Oil paint- 
ing 886. 

Gandarias y Plangan, Justo de, Spain. 
Bculptures 1, 5, 8. 

Gant, J., New South Wales. Oil painting 80. 

Garaud, Gostave-Cesaire, Franoe. Oil paint- 
ing 579. 

Garcia, Camoyano Fernando, Spain. Oil 
painting 806. 

Garcia llispaleto, Manuel, Spain. Oil paint, 
ing 271. Water color 279. 

Garcia Pri6to, Andres, Spain. Oil paintings 
2'0, 218, 22s, 234. 267, 269, 291, 837 838, 389. 

Garcia Tome. Balbina, Spain. Oil paintings 
840^ 841, 842. 

Garcia y Cabrera, Vicente y Henaiz Pascual, 
Spain. Architectural dmwings. 



Garcia y Rodrigues, Manuel, Spain, Oil 

painting90. 
Gardner, Elizabeth, United States. Oil paint- 

inKs617,885. 
Gardner, W. Biscombe, R. P. E., Great 

Britain. Wood engraying 869. Drawings 

891, 908, 927. 
Garella, A., Italy. Sculptures 510, 528. 
Gariboldi, £., Italy. Sculptures 18, 28, 29, 80, 

81, 82, 88, 84, 85, 87, 40, 41, 52, 54, 56, 58, 71, 

118, 119, 274, 506, 586. 
Gari Torrent, Onofre, Spain. Oil painting 

276. 
Gamelo, Eloisa, Spain. Oil painting 192. 
Gamelo, J086, Spain. Oil paintings 77, 78, 

79, lis, 114. 
Gartner. Jofi6, Spain. Oil paintings 275, 844. 
Gnryez, M., Polish. Oil naintings 45, 114( 118. 
Gasch y Blanch, Luis, Spain. Oil painting 

281. 
Gascoyne, George, R. P. £., Great Britain. 

Etchings 888, 884. 
Gasperini,L., Italy. Oil paintings 205. 284. ' 
Gates, 7. H.. tJnited States. Black and white 

drawing 1806. 
Gaudet, Julien, Franoe. Architecture 1065, 

1061. 
Gandez, Adrien, France. Sculpture 78. 
Gaudin, F., France. Architecture 1129. 
Gaogengigl, I. M., United States. Oil paint- 
ings 777, 778, 779, 960. 
Gaulean. Engine, Franoe. Engraying 811. 
Gaul, Gilber^ United States. Oil painting 

899, 12(K. Black and white drawings in oil 

1720, 1721, 1722, 1729, 1780, 1781, 1782, 1788, 

1735, 1786, 1787, 1788. 
Gautier, Amand, France. Oil painting 864. 

Lithographs 847, 818. 
Gay, £., United States. #Oil painting 1208. 
Gay, W., United States. OUpaintingc 488, 

495, 742, 1186. 
Geertz, Jul., Germany. Oil paintings 196, 

199. 
Geiger, Fanny Edle y., Germany. Oil paint- 
ing 4.H1. 
Geiger, Mrs. H., Germany. Sculpture 88. 
Geiger, N.. Germany. Sculpture 32. 
"elert, J., United States. Be 

149, 152. 



Gelert, J., United States. Sculptures 28, 96, 



Gelibert, Jules-Bertrand, France. Oil paint- 
ing 595. 

Gellerstedt, Prof. A. T., Sweden. Water color 
188. 

Gemito, Italy. Sculptures 17, 17a. 

Genb^rg, A., Sweden. Oil paintings 191, 208, 
206. 

Geoeli, M., Polish. Oil paintings 82, 88, 89, 
117. 

Genoyes Bemal, Eulogio, Spain. Oil paint- 
ing 845. 

Genzmer, B.. Germany. Oilpainting 179. 

Geoffroy, Adolphe-Louis-Victor, France. 
Sculpture 42. 

Gtorard, Th6odore, Belgium. Oil paintinc 
115. 

G6ricault, J., L. A. T., United States Loan 
collection. Oil painting 8028. 

G6rdme, J. L., United States Loan collec- 
tion. Oil paintings 3104, 8106. Sculpture 
8125. 

Gersan, W., Polish. Oil paintings 1, 17, 76, 
77, 78, 82, 85. 

Genres, Henri, France. Oil paintings 260, 
280,281. 

Geryez. Henri (and A. Steyens), Franoe. Oil 
paintings 702, 718, 741, 757. 

(}es8a y Arias, Sebastian, Spain. Oil paint- 
ings 169, 170. 




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INDEX OF ARTISTS. 



Geyers, Helen, Belgiam. Oil i>aintijigB 68, 
04. 

Gibeon, G. D., United States. Pen drawinge 
1928, 1929, 1930, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1934, 1935, 
1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1958, 1954, 
1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1969, 1960, 1961, 1962, 
1903, 1964, 1965, 1966. 1967, 1970, 1971, 1972, 
1973, 1974, 1982, 1991. Wash drawings 1645, 
1672. 1678. 

Gibeon, B. W., United States. Architectoral 
drawing.2917. 

Gibson, W. Hamilton, United States. Water 
colors 1307, 1420, 1433, 1441, 1457, 1467, 1474, 
1484, 1510. Pastel 1515. Charcoal drawing 
1691. Pen drawing 1810. Black and white 
drawings 1692, 18U8, 1809, 1811. 1812, 1813, 
1814, 1815, 1816, 1817, 1819. Smoke drawing 
1818. 

GifFord, R. Swain, United States. Oil raint- 
ings 487, 526, 644, 662, 685, 767, 727, 757, 819, 
986, 1U80. Water colors 1S04, 1355, 1442, 1502. 
Etchings 2164, 2165, 2170, 2171, 2172, 2177. 

Gifford, Sandford R. (deceased), United 
States. Oil painting 219. 

Gignoax, R. (deceased), United States. Oil 
painting 266. 

Gigoox, Jean, France. Oil paintings 488, 474, 
478. 

Gilbert, AchiUe, France. Engravings 815; 
820. 

Gilbert, Sir John R. A., P. R. W. S., Great 
Britain. Water colors 525, 644. 

Gilbert, Ren6, France. Oil painting 391. 

Gilbert, Victor-Gabriel, France. Oil paint- 
ings 253, 402. 

Gilbert & Taylor, United States. Architect- 
nral dravrings 2937, 2988. Photographs 
2925, 2988, 2968, 2977, 29S.'). 2997. 

Gill, Mariqnita, UHited States. Oil paintings 
7W, 1288. 

Gill, Rosalie L., United States. Oil paintings 
868,1202. 

Gilman, B. F., United States. Oil paintings 
659. 

Gines y Ortiz, Adela, Spain. Scolptare 13. 

Girara, A., France. Oil painting 198. 

Girard, Firmin, France. Oil painting 850. 

Giraidet, Prof. A., Brazil. Medallions 129, 188. 
Cameos 180, 181, 182, 134. 

Girardot, Loais-Augaste, France. Oil paint- 
ings 445, 547. 

Girsoh, F., United States. Steel engravings 
2650,2689. 

Gisela, Josef, Austria. Oil painttngs 57, 69,77, 
106. 

Gioedsen, Aage, Denmark. Oil painting 164. 

Glaize, Angnste-Barthelemy, France. Oil 
jpaintinps 287, 611. 

Gfaiae, Pierre-Paul, Li6on, France. Oil paint- 
ing 309, 517. 

Glanflogel, Otto, Germany. Scnlotnres 29, 87. 

Qlazebrook, Hugh de T., Great Britain. Oil 
paintinss 211, 351. . 

Gleichen-Rosswnrm, Freiherr Ladwig Ton, 
Germany. Oil paintings 811, 598, 599. 

Gloersen, Jacob. Norway. Oil painting 91. 

Gloss, Lndwig, Austria. Oil painting 86. 

Goddard, Paget A Goddard, Messrs., Great 
Britain. Architectures 1U04, 1061. 

Godding, Emile, Belgium. Oil painting 240. 

Godin, Fran9oi8e - Aogostine • Marguerite, 
France. Oil paintinz 432. 

Goemans, Gustave-Hubert, Belgium Oil 
paintings 129, 214. 

Goeneutte, Norbert, France. Etching 806. 
Dry point 788. Oil painting 509. 

Goldman, M., United States. Oil painting 
618. 

Goltz, Alexander D., Aostria. Oil paintings 

iiTm 



Golumsky, Yssily AndreieYitch, Rossla. Oil 

painting 55. 
Gomez-Sslvador, Constantino, Spain. Oil 

paintings 278, 28& 
Gonella, £., Italy. Sculpture 581. 
Gonsales-Sevillano, Antonio, Spain. Oil 

paintings 235, 2S0, 901, 846. 847. 
Gonzales Siinancas, ManueL Spain. Oil 

paintings 348, 340. 
GoDzalvo Peres, Pablo, Spain. Oil iwiintinga 

182. 178 219 
Goodall, kdward, A. R. W. &, Great Britain. 

Water colors 643, 697. 
Goodall, Frederick R. A., Great Britain. Oil 

paintings 208, 370. 
Goodall, T. F., Great Britain. Oil painting 

53,106. 
Gorguet, Auguste-Franoois, Fnmoe. Oil 

painting 480. 
Goscimsla, W., Polish. Oil paintings 90, 

112. 
Gosoombe, John W., Great Britain. Sonlpt- 

ures 6, 10. 
Gosselin, The late Charles, France. Oil paint- 

ing 533. 
Gotch, T. C, Great Britain. Water oolor 906. 

Oil painting 450. 
Gottwald, F. C.. United States. Oil paintings 

529, 1050. 
GOtz, I., Germany. Sculptures 45, 46, 101 
Goubio, Jean-Richard, France. Oil painting 

527. 
Goulard, Emile F61iz, France. Cameo 606. 

Bas-relief, etc., 738. 
Gow, A. C, R. A., Great Britain. Oil paint- 

ing 392. 
Gow. Andrew C, R. A. R. 1., Great Britain. 

Water color 529. 
Gow, Miss Mary L., Great Britain. Water, 

colors 634, 655. 
Grace, A. F., Great Britain. Oil paintings 

81,106. Water colors 616, 635. 
Grace, James K^ Great Britain. Oil paint- 
ings 854, 468. 
Grafiy, C, United States. Sculptures 70, 12S. 
Graliam, J. L., Canada. Oil paintini^ 21, 82. 
Graham, Peter, R A., Great Britain. Oil 

paintinss 369, 894. 
Graham, T., Great Britain. Oil painting 131. 
Gramatyka, A., Polish. Oil paintings 38, SO, 

62. 
Grandhomme, France. Enamel 961. 
Grandkovsky, Russia. Oil painting 71. 
Grant Tejada, Luis, Spain. Oil painting 28Sw 
Gravesande, C N. Storm vanV Holland. 

Etchings 801, 802, 304, 811, 315, 818. 
Graves, Abbot, United States. Oil painting 

1145. 
GraviUon, Arthur de, France. Sculpture 63. 
Gray, H. P. (deceased). United States. Oil 

painting238. 
Grayson, C. P., United States, Oil paintings 

616, 814, 888. 
Greatorex, Kathleen H., United States. Wa- 
ter colors 1868, 1511. 
Green, C, R. 1.. Great Britain. Water color 

Green, C. A., United States. Oil painting 

1127. 
Green, F. R., United States. OU painting 

953. 
Green, Towneley, R. I. , Great Britain. Water 

color 677. 

Green A Wicks, United SUtes. Architectonl 
drawings 2753, 2922, 2023, 2923, 2947. 

Greenaway, Miss Kate, Great Britain. Draw 
ings 940, 941, 942, 943, 944, 045. 

Green, WiUiam, United States. OU paint- 
ing 1240. 



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INDEX OF ARTISTS. 



479 



Greenwood, J. H., United Statee. Oil paint- 
ing 278. 
GregfT, D. A., United States. Architectnrel 

drawings 2^5, 2915. 
OnKorj, Chas., B. W. &, Great Britain. 

^ter oolors 590, 554, 567, 681. 
Grenet, E., United States. Oil paintings 

1047, 1207. 1277, 1289. 
Grethe, Professor Carlos, Germany. Oil 

paintings 164, 494, 496. 499. 
Grense, Loaie, Belgium. Engraving 265. 

Pencil drawing 286. 
Greaze, J.B., (deceased). United States Loan 

collection. (>il painting 8111. 
Grey,, Alfred, R. H. A., Great Britain. Oil 

painting 808. 
Gribble, Herbert A., A. R. I. B. A., Great 

Britain. Archltectares 968, 992. 
Grice, B«ijamin J., New Soath Wales. Water 

color 229. 
Grier, £. W., A. B. C. A., Canada. Oil paint- 

infm96,128. 
Griffith, J. M., United States. Scnlptnres 6, 

9,81.140,148. 
Griffiths, James, R. C. A., Canada. Water 

oolors 175, 176.181. 
Griffin & Randall, United States. Architect;. 

nral drawings 2755, 2756. 2757, 2758. 
Grimelond, Jobs., Norway. Oil painting 104. 
Grobe, German, Germany. Oil painting 294. 
Grolleron^ Panl, France. Oil painting 893. 
Groa, Lnoien, France. Water oolors 654, 672, 

679. 
Grosch, O., United States. Wood engraving 

2651. 
Gross, P. A., United States. Oil paintings 

861, 605, 620. 
GrossheimjJLayser and Ton, Germany. Arohi- 

tectore 767. 
GroTcr, O. D^ United States. Oil painting 

446. 
Griltzner, Professor Ednard, Germany. Oil 

paintings 410, 477. 
Gryglewski. A., Polish. OH painting 91. 
Onardabassi , F. M., Iti^. Oil j^ainting 178. 
Gnardabassi, G., Italy. Oil paintings 171, 177. 

Water oolors 466, 462. 
Gnay, Gabriel, France. Oil painting 804. 
Gnde, Nils, Norway. Oil paintings 15, 89. 
Gnde-Hans, Professor, Germany. Oil paint- 
ing 489. 
Gudmandaen.Holmgren,I>enmark. Oil paint- 
ing 49, 145. 
Gneldry, Joeeph-Ferdinand,France. Oil paint- 
ing 419. 
Gnerar, Henri, France. Bnrnt wood 1034. 
Gneraid, Henri, France. Etchings 850, 851, 

852. 
Gnerin, J., United States. Water color 1851. 
Onerra, A., ItiOy. Oil paintings 121, 127, 148. 

160,218,287. 
Gnsrra, Gabriel, Mexico. Sonlptores 2, 8, 7, 8, 

10, U, IS. 
Goerrieri. A., Italy. Oil painting 142. 
G QMton a Cie., France. Silver work 960. 
Goffens, Godefroid, Belginm. Oil paintings 

244^245. 



Gnillen, Pedemonte, SiMdn. Oil painting 288. 
Goillon, Adolph Irenee, France. Oil paint- 
ing 735. 
OQiUon, Alfred, France. Oil painting 409. 
Gnillon, Eogene-Antoine, France. Oil pal 



Gogliandolo, Y., Italy. Scalptnre 327. 
Goglielmo, Lange, France. Bcnlptare 80. 
Gn^haid. MUe. Loaise, France. Etching 867. 



Gniette, Jnles, Belginm. Etchings 268, 275. 
OU painUng 164. 

Gnignard, Gaston, France. Oil painting 241. 

Ghiignery, Gnstave-Alfred, France. Oil paint- 
ing 821. 

Onillaame, Edmond J. B.. France. Archie 
tectores 10^, 1095, 1099, llOO. 

Gnillemet, Antoine J. B., France. Oil paint- 
ings 278, 865. 



ing848. 



paint- 



Oaminaki, W., Polish. Oil painting 98. 

OQnther, Erwin, Germany. Oil painting 845. 

Gftnther-Nanmborg, Germany. Oil painting 
2U. 

Gnnzbnrg, Ilia Jakovleritch, Russia. Scnlpt- 
nres 1, 8,4, 7, 8, 9. 10, 18, 14, 15, 16. 

Gnsman, Pierre, France. Wood engraving 
828. 

Gutherz, C, United States. Oil paintings819, 
888,927. 

Gutierrez, Rodrigo, Mexico. Oil paintini^ 56. 

Gysis, Professor Nicol, Germany. Oil paint- 
ing 807. 

Haag, Carl, R. W. S., Great Britain. Water 
colors 501, 542, 669, 593. 

Haas, J. H. L. de, Holland. Oil paintings 
88 95 

Haas, M. F. H. de. United States. Oil Paint- 
ing5S8. 

Haaxman, P., Holland. Oil paintings 59, 164. 

Haber, Rudolph v., Germany. Water color 
625. 

Hacker, Arthur, Great Britain. Oil paintings 
804, 871, 429. 

Hada, Geehin, Japan. Painting 120. 

Haden, Francis Seymour, P. R. P. E., Great 
Britain. Charcoals 808, 804, 806, 806, 807, 808, 
809, 810. 

Hagborg, Aug., Sweden. Oil paintings 68, 89, 
90,97. 

Hagemans, Maurice, Belgium. Oil painting 
158. Water color 267. 

Hagen, Professor Theod., Germany. Oil 
paintingl51. 

Hngland, R., Sweden. Etchings 137, 155, 170. 

Hagn, Richard v., Germany. Oil painting 
888. 

Hague, Anderson, B. I., Great Britain. Water 
color 560. Oil painting 72. 

Haig. A. H., Sweden. Etchings 129, 180, 181« 
132, 188, 184, 135. 

Haig, Axel H., R. P. E., Great Britain. Etch- 
ings 718, 850. 

Hale, Ellen Day, United States. Oil paint- 
ings 289, 1190. 

Hale, P., United Statee. Oil painting 1226. 

Hall, Fred, Grer *- Britain. Ou paintings 287, 
289. 

Hall, Oliver, R. P. E^ Great Britain. Etch- 
ings 708, 825, 829. Water colon 651, 646. 

Hall, Wm., R. S. A., Great Britain. Engrav- 
ing 882. 

Halle, Oscar, Belgium. Oil paintings 85, 175, 
175. 

Hallett, H. A , United States. Water color 
1878. 

Haller, M., Germany. Architecture 801, 868. 

Halligan, Mrs. GmNow South Wales. Oil 
paintiiim 31, 82. 

Halloweli; Maria, United States. Oil paint- 
ings 379, 1208. 

Halswelle, Keeley (The late). Great Britain. 
Oil painting 180. 

Hamacher, Willy, Germany, Oil painting 441. 

Hambresin, Albert, Belgium. Scnlptnres 6, 
10, 19, 21. 

Hamel, W., Holland. Oil painting 171. 

Hamilton, E. W. D., United Statee. Oil 
paintings 814, 1192, 

Hamilton, J., (deceased). United States. Oil 
painting 198. 

HamUton. J, McL^ United Statee. Oil paint- 
ingsl0^1154. Pastel 1551. 



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INDEX or ARTISTS. 



Hamlin, A. D., United States. Architectoial 

drawing 2894. 
Hammer, Erich ^Germany, Oil painting 185. 
Hammer, J. J., United Statos. Oil painting 

1187. Water color 1462. Charcoal drawing 

1582. 
Hammond, J., A. R. G, A., Canada. Oil 

paintings 42, 63. 119, 
Hammond. Jane Nye, United States. Sculpt- 

ares 66, 99. 
Hamza, Johann, Austria. Oil painting 94. 
Harbnrger, Edm., Germany. Oil painting 212. 
Hannanz, Emmanael, France. Scnlptores 

76,90. 
Hansen, Adolph H., Denmark. Oil painting 

81. 
Hanson, Albert J., New Sonth Wales. Water 

color 117. 
Hansen, Hans Nioolai, Denmark. Oil i>aint^ 

ings 107, 130, 181. 
Hansen, Joeeph,Th., Denmark. Oil paintings 

86,87. 
Hansen, Peter, Denmark. Oil ^inting 82. 
Hansteen, Nils, Norway. Oil paintings 12, 40, 

50, 68, 92. 
Hara, Ryntaro^apan. Fainting 101. 
Hardenbergh^. J., W. C. Hunting, and J. C. 

Jacobsen, United States. Arcnitectnral 

drawing 2871. 
Hardenbergh, H. J., United States. Archi- 

tectaral drawing lfi)55. 
Hardie, R. O., United States. Oil painting 

914. 
Harding. C. United States. Oil painting 248. 
Hardwick, M. H., United States. Water 

color 1452. 
Hare, St. George, Great Britain. Oil paint- 
ings 218. 220. Water color 645. 
Hareax, Ernest Victor, France. Oil paint- 
ing 165. 
Hargitt, Edward, R. I., Great Britain. Oil 

painting 248. Water colors 636, 640. 
Harison, Mary A., United States. Water 

color 1501. 
Har^r, W. St. John, United States. Oil 

painting 1217. 
Harrach, Count y., Germany. Oil painting 

225. 
Harris, C. X., United States. Oil painting 

558. 
Harris, Robert, Pros. R. C. A., Canada. Oil 

paintings 10, 58, 67, 74, 102, 109. 
Harrison, A., United States. Oil paintings 

817^ 635, 802. 806, 807, 1105. 
Harrison, B., United States Oil paintings 

506.818. Pastel 1573. 
Hnrtiey, Alfred, Great Britain. Oil painting 

70. 
Hartley, J. S., United States. Scnlptares 122, 

150.158. 
Hartmann, Karl, Germany. Oil paintings 

399,485. 
Hartson, W. C, United States. Water colors 

1293, 1865, 1404. ^ 

Hartwich, H., United States. Oil painting 

795. 
Harwood, J. T., United States. Oil painting 

866. 
Hasbronck, D. F., United States. Oil paint>- 

ing 870. 
Hasch, Carl, Austria. Oil painting 113. 
Huae, Professor C. W., Germany. Architect- 
ures 776. 863. 
Hasegawa, Gyokjun, Japan. Painting 46. 

Hasemann, Wilheim, Germany. Oil paintings 
517, 525, 275. 

Hashimoto, Chikanob, Japan. Painting 47. 
Hashimoto, Gaho, Japan. Painting 12. 

Haslund, Otto, Denmark. Oil painting 58. 



Haskell, Ida Cm United States. Oil paintinff 

404. 
Hassam, Childe, United States. Oil paintingB 

825, 837, 666, 889, 931. Water colors 1297, im, 

1427, 1470, 1508. 
Hasselberg, Per., Sweden. Soalptares 1, 2, 8, 

18, 15, 16, 19. 



Hasselries, L., Denmark. Sculptore 1. 
Hatfield, J. H^ United States. CHl 
1065, 1219. 



painting 



Hatherell, W. B. I., Great Britain. Water 

colors 687, 684. 
Hanberisser, Profeeser G., Germany. Archi- 
tectures 710, 717, 788. 
Haviland & Cie. and Chaplet, France. Earth- 
enwares 934, 948. 
Hayashi, Tadamasa, Japan. Decorated Kyoto 

earthenwares 214 to 253, inctuslTe. 
Hayden, ('. H., United States. Oil paintings 

275, 808, 848. 
Hayden, £. P., United States. Oil painting 

895. 
Hayes, Claude, Great Britain. Oil pcdntinga 

283,334. 
Hayes, Edwin, R. H. A.^. I., Great Britain. 

Oil paintings 80, 225. Water color 5SS. 
Haynes, C. C, United States. Oil paintiugs 

549,652,1055. 
Haynes-Williams, J., Great Britain. Oil 

painting 255. 
Hays, F. A., United States. Architectural 

drawings 2880, 2887, 2888, 2919, 2965. 
Healy, G. P. A., United States. Oil painting 

1144. 
Heberer, C, United States. Oil painting 906. 
Hecker, Caroline T., United States. Pastels 

1517, 1537. 
Heger, Louise, Belgium. Oil painting 148. 
Hehl, Christoph, Germany. Azchitectares769, 

777, 778, 780, 786. 
Heichert, Otto, Germany. Oil pairiting 287. 
Heidepriem, T., Germany. Sculptures 58, 112, 

118. 
Heilmann, Gerhard, Denmark. Oil paintings 

70,95. 
Heilmann, Max, Crermany. Oil painting 887. 
Heim, Ij., Germany. Architectures 899, 875. 
Heim, Heinz, Germany. Drawings 588, 597, 

634. 
Heimes, Heinr., Germany. Oil painting 383. 
Hein, Frans, Germany. Water colors, 561, 586. 
Heinemann, E., United States. Wood en- 
graving 2556. 
Heinevetter, Hans, Germany. Architectve 

792. 
Heins, Belgium. Etching 252, 283. 
Helcke, Arnold, Great Britain. Oil i>ainting 

860. 
Helleu, United States Loan collection. Oil 

8019. 
Hellwag, Rudolf, Germany. Oil paintings 

139,50). 
Helmiok, H., United States. Water color 1286. 

Black and white drawings 1627, 1629, 1638. 
Helmold, Adele von. United States. Oil 

painting 964. 
Helsted, Axel, Denmark. Oil painting 67. 
Henkes, Gerke, Holland. Oil paintings 21, 

47, 61, 96, 169. Water colors 211, 212, 231. 
Henner, Jean-Jacques, France. Oil paint- 

ings 271, 272, 273. 
Henri, R., United Strtes. Studies for mural 

decorations 2727, 2728. 
Henry, E. L., United States. Oil paintings 

441, 498 Water color 1295. 
Henseler, Professor £., Germany. Oil paint- 
ings 521. 273. 
HenshaU, J. Henry, R. W.^S., Qresi Britain, 

Water colors 509^ 544. 
Herain, Jean, Be^inni. ScnlptoroB 9, 28* 



INDEX OF ARTISTS. 



4SI 



Berbo, Leon, Beldam. Oil painting 154. 
Herfora, O., United States, Pen drawing 

2059. 
Herkomer, Professor H. R. A., Great Britain. 

Oil painting 382, 463, 465. 
Herkomer, Herman G., Groat Britain. Oil 

paintings 817, 831. 
Hermanns, Heinr., Germany. Oil painting 

262. 
Herrmann, Hans, Germany. Oil painting 

882. Water colors 602, 604, 629. 
Hermann, L6on CJiarles. Fnnce. OU paint;- 

ing 599. 
Hermelin, O. Baron, Sweden. Oil painting 51. 
Hermelin, T. Baron, Sweden. Water colors 

201,202. 
Hermes, J., Germany. Oil painting 267. 
Hermnth-Kallmorgen, Margarethe, Germany. 

OU painting 160. 
Hem, C. £., Kew Sootb Walee. Water color 

114. 
Heron, W., New South Walee. Water color 

123. 
Herrer, Ceear^ Spain. Oil paintings 57, 112. 
HerrenL Mexico. OU painting 82. 
Hertel, Professor Alb, Germany. Oil paint- 
ing 178. Water colors 566, 601, 606, 606, 609, 

628. 
Herter, A., United States. OU painting 860. 

Water color 1886. 
Herter, Professor £., Germany. Scnlptures 8, 

75,88. 
Herterich, Professor L., Germany. OU paint;- 

ing 127. 
Herts, H. B., United States. Architectural 

drawing 2765. 
Herwegen, Y. M., Germany. Water colors 

586,585. 
Herzog, Lonis, Germany. Oil painting 812. 

Water color 583. 
Heseltine, J. P., B. P. £., Great Britain. 

£tchinK712. 
Hess, Lyaia Pnrdy, United States. OU paint- 
ing 1270. 
Het^ G., United States. OU paintings 478, 

1200. 
Hewlett, J. M., United States. Architectural 

drawimr 2743. 
Heyerdahi, Hans, Norway. OU paintings 21, 

64.72,106,107, 127. 
Hey), PhUip H. G., Germany. Oil painting 

814. 
Heyser, F., Germany. Oil painting 207. 
Hickman, L., United States. Architectaral 

drawing82787, 2812. 
Hidalgo, relix, Reenrreocion, Spain. Oil 



uUzane, Japan. Porcelain 67. 



paintings 110, 111. 
Higchl, Ualzane, Japai 
Hildebrand, Bernard, France. Cameo 710. 
Hildebrand, Profeeaor £., Germany. OU 

paintings 251, 469. 
Hilgers, Professor C, Ctormany. Scalptaree 

51, 54, 74. 
HiU, B. S., United States. OU painting 1082. 
Hine, Harry, Great Britain. Water colors 

648 700. 
Hine, Henry, Y. P. K. I., Great Britain. Water 

color 578. 
Hinrichsen, Lorens Y., Denmark. OU paint- 
ing 94. 
Hippie. Mrs. S. Ley is, United States. OU 

paintit'gs 623^2. 
HiroQ, £rnest, France. Sculpture 65. 
Hirsch. Augnate-Alexandre, France. OU 

painting 468. 
Hirbchl, Adolf, Austria. OU paintings 87, 47. 
Hirschler-Kunwald, Ernestine, Germany. Oil 

painting 528. 
Hirt. Professor Joh., Germany. Sculpture 20. 
Hiscnen, Ernst, Germany. Sculpture 15. 



Historic Sculptures, France, 1196 to 1811, in- 
clusive. 

Hii'cbcock, G., United States. OU_paintings 
292, 532. Wash drawing 1887. Black and 
white drawings 1832. 1834. 

Hitchcock, L., United States. Oil painting 
843. 

Hitchens, A., Great Britain. OU painting 
149. 

Hjersing, Ame, Norway. Oil oainting 74. 

Hjerlow, Ragnvald, Norww^. Oil painting 78. 

Hochhaus, C., Germany. Oil painting 216. 

Hodgkins, Belle D., United Stiitee. Oil painU 
ing 1103. 

HodiBon, Samuel J., R. W. S., Great Britain. 
Water colors 574, 567^608. 

Hoecker, Professor Paul, Qennany. OU 
paintings 895, 260, 142. 

Hoelzel, Ad., Germany. Oil painting 145. 

Hoermann, Theo. y., Austria. OU painting 
19. 

Hoeterickz, EmUe, Belgium. Oil painting 
IH. 

Hofer. Gottf r. , Germany. Oil painting 420. 

Ho£f, ksrl, Germany. Oil painting 464. 

Hofifmann, Josef, Austria. .OU paintings 59, 
li9. 

Hoffmann yonFallorsIebeu,F., (Germany. OU 
painting 274. 

Hofmonn, K., Germany. Architectures 712, 
718. 

HogRodorps-Jacob, Mrs. I., Holland. Water 
color 194. 

Holabird & Roche, United States. Arohiteot- 
urnl finiwings 2876, 2877, 2878. 

Holbe, Hud., Germany. Sculpture 85, 

Uolden, R. Henry, New South Wales. OU 
painting •'^3. 

Holden, Sarah B., Canada. OU pain tines 28, 
47 99 

Hole, WiUiam, R. S. A., Great Britain. Etch- 
ings .8!,7«<6,818,857. 

Holiriay, Harry, (ireat Britain. Sculpture 81. 

Holiday, Henry, Great Britain. OU painting 
824. Water colors 668, 069. 

HoU. Frank, B. A. (deceased). Great Britain. 
Oil paintings 61, 170, 235, 814, 828. 

Holloway, C.l:., Great Britain. Water color 
515. 

Hol'loway/T., United States. £nffTaying 199. 

Holman, F., United States. Oil paintings 
1141, ll-'iS. WatAr colors 1488, 14W. 

Holmberg, Professor Aug., Germany. OU 
paintingR 489, 344. 

Holmboe, Thorolf , Norway. Oil r&intings 18, 
27, 31, 58, 86. 

Holme, Lucy D., United States. OU paint- 
ing 386. 

Holmes, CecU, New South Wales. OU paint- 
ing 54. 

Holten, Sofiie, Denmark. OU paintings 78 
85,118. 

Homer, Winslow, United States. Oil paints 
ing8 423, 459, 698, 789, 860, 1070, 1061, 1106, 
1108, 1112, 1116, 1118. 1119, 1124, 1187. 

Honevman, John A Keppie, Great Britain. 
ArchitectDreB996, 1018. 

Hook, J. C.,R. A., Great Britain. Oil paint- 
ings 307, 818. 

Hoorickx, H. G. £mest, Belgium. OU paint- 
ing 212. 

Hooworth. G., New South Wales. Sculpture 8. 

Hope, William, Canada. Oil painting 121. 

Hopkins, Arthur, A. B. W. S., Great Britain. 
Oil painting 177. Water colors 531, 592. 

Horenbant, Joseph, Belgium. OU painting 
62. 

Horafall, Bruce, United States. OU painting 
1201. 



4S2 

Honley, 3obn CkUooH, B. A., Great Britain. 

Oi]|i^nUti^Sie,479. 
Hor«]eT, GeroLd C, Gnat Britalo. Arch](«it- 

arm 971, WM. 1013. 
Horsier, Waiter C., Great Britain. Oil paiut- 

iDBB 803, ^1. 
HorM. Chr. and Weloiea, V. von. German;. 

ArehitectomTin, 7B8. 



Harle, Hai, Germany. Etohlng 689. 
Hon, Aial .DeDmark. Oil punung 142. 
HonbroD. FrMfirie, France. Water oolor SBS. 



INDEX OF ARTISTS. 



lkedit,Bhiiu 
Ikeda.TBiBt 
lIstBd.Petei 
Imaa. Keioe 

7»JT35, 7a 
7M, 715, 74 
7M,7W.75: 



Houghton, Uaroaret, Canada. Oil paiutiiun 

siTw. 
HoaBaar, Ulle. Joaiphine, Fiauoe. Pastd 

HoowId, Edooard-Cbarlea, France. Bcolpt- 

nre U, m, 103. 
" ~i, Fnaa mn, Oermanj. Arobitectore 



Insree, J. A. D. (daoeased), Dnitad Statea 
Loan collection. OilpaintinsllOB. 

- ■■ " iDiUd SlalM. GO 



714,722. 
HoTCDdmi, ' 



e, £. Ul, u'liitoil Slatea. OU paintliur 

Howlaud. A. C, United Stotea. Oil [«lntln« 

10S2. 
Hndeckf, Tacslai. Aiutria. Oil reintiiia 21. 
Enber, Fiana, Germani. Architectaie «10. 
Hnber, Rodolph, Autim. Oil paintinga W. 

Hobracht, Hrs. Donders-Grandmont. Hol- 



paiDtins 230. 
Inneai. a., Ooited BUtea. OU paintinoB Mi, 

a«o, eea, tslms, Ko,9se,«n, m^^l^m.v6. 
m.m.m. 
Innnia, lAinoaa, Halso, Spain. Soolptnca 

ipsen, E., United Statee. Oil painUna ISm. 
IrmlnBur, T.. Denmark. OU finHnaj « 

8B. 44, 170. 
Irring, J. B. (dsceaaed), United BKitea. OQ 

p^nilDR m. 
Irvin. B., United aiatea. Oil paintinB 8SI, 

982. ^^ 

kalie;, _E.. United filatw Loan ooIlectJoo. 



Hogenholts, 



"&.' 



'stdnidohi. Japuk. Embroideriea 7, 83, 



L<hika«a,UitMiAki. Japan. Wood £7] 



lanMla. Joaeph. Holland. Waterlpolor 
OilpBintingB84,a2,l(a,l(>4,174. ILS.L 
colkwtion. Oil son. 



Hnnt, Alfred W., H. W. 8., Greet Britain. Oil 
painting S28. Water oolora Gl», &.U, «a2. S23. 

Hunt, C. HotbniT, Haw BonOi Walei. Oii 
paintingBll.SI. S». Water coIoib IIS. 120. 

Hmit, R. U., UiiitHl Statee. Aicbiteotnral 
model 2r- 



Eont, W. H. (deraaaed), United Btatea. Oil 
_palntinn 248, 251, 2S7. 
EOnte^ProfesMirEiiiil.GetmBDT. Oiipalot- 

Hanlar, Colin. A. B. A., Great Britain. OU 

paintuoB -as. aeo. 

Hauter, 5. Sharwood, Great Britain. OU 
paintings 181. 201. 

HunCinicton, D.. United Statae. Oil paint- 
ings SH<. 837, 947. 1C67 

HoHon, Thomas. H. I.. R. P.E., Greet Britain. 
Oil painting 79. Metintjut BU. 

Bnss, G. H., United Btatee. Architectoial 
drsvings 2789. Z791. 

HafBmans.JeanBaptute,B8lgitim. OUpalnt- 

Hyalt. Harriet Randall. UniledStstes. Sculpts 
Eyde.w'. H.. United Btatea. Pen drawinK 



Igaiaahi, Tajiro, Japan. Laoqner worka 8S, 

Ilile'feli, H., United Btatea, Water oolor 1828. 
Ibnen. B. B.. United Statea. Arcbiteotonl 
diawing 3011. 



Ivill. Uarie-Joaeph, Fi 

880. Water color 7'«- 
Iztenoel,U., Polish. 



Jaokaoa. T. !)., . _.._._ . 
lectures 962. fdS. 982, 1010, 1 
ckson, W. E^ United St 



Pastel 782. 
„.I painting M. 
.., Great Britain. ArU. 



, FnuM. Wood cm. 



nral drawini 

Bcob-Bazin, 

■ia>iDs789. 
Jooub, Btepben, France. Oil pnlinJna 
' ""i- ■» •' ■ " -ada. Oa 



Jooub, BteNen, Fr 
Jacob!, O.K.,B.C 

-inBB7.«, as. 
Jacobides, Professor Georg, Gennany. OU 

paintings 129, 442. 
Jacobs. Adolpbe, Belglnm. Oil paindiul71. 
Jaoobs.Lonis. Belgitun. OU paintings uijSl. 
Jacob;, Valerian IianoTitoh, Roaala. OU 

J^mb-loodl Q. P.. Qiwt Britain. OU 

painting lU. 
jBOomin, Harie-Feidinand, France. OU 

painliDK 4S5. 
Jaoqne, Frederick. Prance. Etching 778. 
Jaconet, AcbillB, Franoa. Engravings 766,779, 

Jacqiiat, Jules, Fianoe. En«caTings 772, 771, 

Jadraqoey Sanchei Ooana Mlgael, Spain. OU 



INDEX OF ARTISTS. 



483 



jAhnke, Karl, Germany. Etching 665. 
James, F.. United States. Oil painting 1077. 
Jamin, Paal-Joeepih, France. Oil punting 

260. 
Jamison, Henrietta L., United States. Oil 

puJnHng 1182. 

Jamieson, J. P., United States. Architeotoral 

drawings 2061, 2M2. 
Jan-Montehablon. Ferdinand, France. Oil 

paintinn 905, 600. 
JansenVH. W., Holland. OH paintings 64, 

149. 
Janssen, Professor Peter, Germany. Oil 

painting:214. 
Jansson, Bng^ Sweden. Oil paintingflS. 
Japy, Looia, France. Oil painting SO^. 
Jara, Jos6, Mexico. Oil paintings 02, 85. 
Jaraba Jimenez, Manuel Enrique, Spain. Oil 

paintings 117, 815. 
Jarl, Otto, Austria. Sculpture 8. 
Jarris, J. W^ United States. Oil painting 

225. 
Jasinski, L., Polish. OU painting 28. 
Jaspe, Juan Nepomuoeno, Spain. Oil paint- 
ings 850. 851. 
Jasper, Victor, Austria. Enfiraring 154. 
Jassen, Eug., Sweden. Pastel 128. 
Jaubert, Leon, France. Oil painting 843. 




102. 



Jenkins, Miss Blanche, Great Britain. Oil 

painting 885. 
Jenkins, Jirs. H. T., United States. OU 

paintings 728. 756. 
Jensen, Carl Milton, Denmark. Oil painting 

132. 
Jensen, J. Th. JDenmark. Oil painting 144. 
Jensen, Karl, Denmark. Oil painting 146. 
Jemdorff, A. A., Denmark. Oil paintings 

1S2, 127, 134, 135. 
Jespersen, Henzik, Denmark. Oil paintings 

Jettel, Engen, Austria. Oil paintings 2B, 82, 
79,88,02,139.148. 

Jimenez Axanda, Jos6, Spain. Oil painting 
852. 

Jimenes Aranda, Luis, Spain, Oil paintings 
88, 94, 123, 121, 160, 161, 164, 165. 171. 

Johansen, Viggo, Denmark. Oil paintings 
48, 61. 65. 

Johns, Laura A., United States. Oil painting 
1176. 

Johnson, Cyrus, R. L, Great Britain. Oil 
paintings 107. 286. Water color 704. 

Johnson, G. H.. United States. Pen draw- 
ing 2050. Wash drawing 1888. 

Johnson, Eastman, United States. Oil paint- 
ings 438, 669, 784, 853, 921, 954, 983. 

Johnson, T., United States. Etchings 2166, 
2173. Wood engrarings 2494, 2495, 2497, 
2496, 2501, 2508, 2508, 2509, 2512, 2516, 
2524, 2529,2537. 

Johnston, Humphreys, United States. Oil 
paintings 1170, 1197, 1237. 

Johnston, J. B., iJnited States. Oil painting 
196. 

Jolin, Ellen. Sweden. Water color 126. 

Jolley, Gwilt, Great Britain. Oil painting 
180. 



Jones, Sir Thomas A. (The late), P JLH.A., 

Great Britain. Oil pidnting 156. 
Jong, P. de Joeaelin de, Holland. Water 

colors, 286, 241. 
Jopling-Bowe, Mrs. Louise, Great Britain. 

Oil painting 155, 810. 
Joris, Francois, Bei^um. Sculptures 5, 40,4L 
Joris, Pio, Italy. OU painting 188, 189. • 
Jorgenson, So.,Norway. Oil painting 48. 
Joeephi, J. A., United States. Pastel 1582. 
Jouett, M. H. (deceased). United States. OU 

painting 254. Miniature 174. 
Jourdain, Frantz, France. Arohiteotons 

1096, 1007, 1104, 1105. 
Jonrdeuil, Adrien, France. Oil paintin|r 158. 
Jqy, Albert Bruce, R. H A., Great Britain. 

Sculptures 11, 40, 41. 
Joy, G. W., Great Britain. Oil paintings 77, 

414. 
Jrmer, Carl, (Germany. OU painting 284. 
Juber, Jean Henri, France. Water color 641. 
Juglaris, TommasOj Itahr. OU painting 199. 



Jungling, J. F., United States. Wood engrav- 

Jungstedt, A., Sweden. OU paintings 64, 213. 
Kaan, Arthur, Austria. Sculpture IS. 
Kabeil, Ludwig, Denmark. Oil painting 109. 
Kael^Yama^Takasabra, Japan. Painting 143. 
Kagawa, Katsuhiro, Japan. Metal worka 

17, 44. 
Kahle, Anna Ton, Germany. Sculptures 4, 65. 
Kajima, Ippu, Japan. Metal work 15. 
Kalckreuth^ Professor Count Leop. von, Ger- 
many. OU painting 350. 
KaUmOrgen, Profeesor Friedr., Germany. 

OUpamtings 283,338, 830, 341. Water color 

687. - 
Kampmann, (histaT (Germany. Oil paintings 

849,849. 
Kanaya. Gorosabro, Japan. Metal 42 
Kano, Bairei, Japan. Painting 10. 
KanO, Natsno, Japan. Metal i>]a9ue 16. 
Kano, Tomouobu, Japan. Painting 140. 
Kansik, J., Polish. Oil paintings 19, 85, 106. 
KappeajA., United States. OU paintings 881, 

922. Water color 1801. 
Karfper^ Earl, Austria. OU painting 108. 
KaaiewiCB, M., Polish. Oil painting 99. 
Kato, Tomataro. Japan. Yase 128. 
Katzer, Anton, Austria. OU i*ainting 105. 
Kauffmann, Hugo, Germany. Oil paintings 

452, 454. 
Kaunnann, Isldor, Austria. OU painting 87. 
Kaulbach, Profeesor Herm., Germany. Oil 

painting 192. 
Kaunlum, H., Norway. OU paintings 28, 29, 

30, 86. 
Kavanagh, J., United States. OU painting 

592. 
Eawabata, Gyoksho, Japan. Painting 80. 
Kawabe, Mitate, Japan. Painting 128. 
Kawada. ShibatarO, Japan. Cloisonne 62. 
Kawagcni, RyusO, Japan. Cloisonnd 94. 
Kawanobe, Itcho, Japan. Flower decoration 

72. 
Kawashima, Jimbei, Japan. Embroideriee 

11,68. 
KayserA yon Groazheim, Germany. Archi- 
tecture 800. 
Keene, Charles, Great Britain. Drawings 

889, 898, 899, 900, 901, 902, 928, 082, 933. 984, 



JolyetJPhiUippe, France. OU painting 848. 985, 987, 988, 989, 947, 948, 958, 954, 955. 956. 

Jomi, Eiskd, Japan. Vase 81. Kehr. Karl, Germany. OU ^nting 180. 



Jones, Annie W., United States. Water color 
1430. 

Jonee, F. C, United States. OU paintings 
765, 861, 991. Water color 1816. 

Jones, H. R, United States. Oil paintings 
470, 684. Water colors ISIO, 1881, 1428 
81 



A&0.4A , Jkwtmt. A, V. «« ■.. .■ ■ ■ J . -^^MJ. uwa. vtAAf^ . 

Keitol, Germany. OU painting 240. 

Keith, Mrs. D. W^ United States. OU paint. 

ing688. 
Keitti, W., United Stetes. OU punting 772. 
KegeUan, Franz, Belgium. OU paintings 142, 

KeUer, A. I., United States. Water color 1810. 



INDEX OF ARTISTS. 



K^lsr-Kentliiuien. Paul Wilh., OcnncDr- Oil 

puDtiUB »7, nu. 
Kell^|JUi«^D., United BUtM. Oil pUDt- 

Unitad SUta. ArehltKtiml 

., Poliah. Oil puatii>««7. IS, 

\ I<.,6n^ Britain. Oil punling 

I., Qreat Britain. Oil paint. 

Cnltad 8tat«. Pan dmwin«B 

, , -M, 2u«B, awi, 2012, an*. aUM, 

3(HB,aMa. Wash dm vine lan. Black and 



Si. Oil paindi 
Klumpka, Anna i 



diBviDsi am, W~, _.. w~. 
KenwTB,!^., United Stalsa. Scnlptona 2S. ZT. 

44, 1?, iti. 48, Ml, SI.SS. M, M. S7. 
Kclcbam, Sdbbd H., tFuitsd SUt«. Oil 

painting tU. 
- - ' = "..Holland. Oil paintings 70, 
■— ~- "-8,!SS. 

pilpaiotiDslSa. 

il paiudnaaZl, JO, 

Bcnlptnt««7, 70. 



colon ai, 

r tnilol Stated Pwlel 

Kiodt. Ton Jorsatmrs, Baroa Hibail CoD- 
-■--"- Titeh, Rniaia. Oil finlinn 7S. 
aohiko. Japan. Painting IS. 

"■■ ■ iSi.VO. 



Oil punting asa. 

itain. Oil palnt- 



Kmani, Naohil 
KniiSrbil,0< 

Sniglit. A.. UniUdSutaa. Oil nining SB. 
Koisht. D. R.. United Bulaa. Oil painting 

Kni^t, J, W., Bnitoo, Onat Britain. Oil 

pwDtinp iw. aw. 
Knight. Joeeph, H. 1.. Gnat BritaiD. Water 

co^n IZi, 5Z7. 
KnowlH. P. U(9G„ A. B. C. A., Canada. Watv 

eolor its. 
Knnepter. Bona, Anatjia. Oil paintinga 2Z, 

24. 
Kobaraahi, GokjO, Japan. A Flock of Itaeka 

lOS. 
Kobaja*hi. Knjiro, Japan, t^oqi 
K<>bHia>hi, H.. Japan. Oil — '" 
Kiwhbr, B., *"----■ "• 

Koeppiug. PniteaHir Carl. 
ingtSSB.eM. 

Kofiwl. H.C^Deomitk. Oil painting US. 

Kdhnert, H., QermanT. BtchiagB aU.'Wt. 

Kokken, HouT. Belginoi. Oil painiingi ITS. 
2ns. 

Kokks-Sba, Japan. Colored prints SU, aU. 
M5. 

KolsCo, Ft., Norm;. Oil painting* 17, 31. 

Koner. Piuleaaur Usx. QsnuIUf . Oil paint- 
ing 319. 

KOug. H.. Oennanj. Oil paintinga 2BS, HZ. 

Konow, KarLNoTwaj. Oil paintiuH 71. 

KoDMnntin-BaiueD. Blue. Uennurk. Oil 
paJnUogW. 

Koopmau. A. B.. United States. Od paint- 
inga 4H. SI2. 1010. 

K'Tnbeck. JoUos. Oermom. Oil painting 



nited Statea. Oil r-imlnf. 



KotOTln, ConitantiDe, Rnnia. Oil paintings 



painting IM. 
Kishi, Chlkdo. Japan. FaintiogB 2U. 27. 
Kil«hl, H»biin.JapaD. Falnling M. 
KitMin.H.II.,Oiiiled States. Bcnlptorea 101, 

ItT. 118. 14fl. 
El ttandorff. Ad., Denmark. Oil painting IM. 

Water color 1S1, 
EliBchenko. Ale r OsniloTitch. Rouia. Oil 

paintings ffi. Hi. 118, 12S. 
KMUn, C.. Sweden. Oil paintings SOfi. SM. 
Kla^B, Feodor AndreiSTitch, Hushb. Oil 

KEaderTC. z'.. United States. Architeotorai 
dr«wiDg^ 2tfil, 34113. 2Wtt, ISta, 2914. 

Klein-CheTsIier, Germany. Oil painting 611. 

Klein. Moi. Germtmi. BcnlptnroB. 

Klerer, July Jnlientch, Kiuua, Oil paint- 
ing lU. 

Elimich. Ptofessoi Engen. OennanT. Water 
color 621. 

KUngenberg, E.. Oennanj. Architectnree 7W, 

aoa. 



Knster.'AIeiauder, Gennanr. Oil paintiiw 

KiHter, A. L.. Holland. Water colors Itt, 200. 

F*!hing8«)7,M2. 
KiiTalerAr, Faiel Osiporitcfa. Roasia. Oil 

painting 97. 
Kramer. ProteseorTh. Ton. Oennanir. .\rchi- 

tectnreSM. 
Kramskor. Ivan NicolaieTlteh. Bossia. Oi 

paintings 108. 117. 
KrafcbkoTsky, Josiff ETsUfisritch. Kosaia 

Oil paintings M. 100. 
Kranskopt, Prolwsor Wilh., Germany. Cop. 

iier engra Tinge &iO, 070. 
KiTbs, Johanno, Denmark. Oil pointing 

Kreider, Alelii, Pranoe, Oil painting Bll. 
Kretecbmar. H.. United Btstes. ticiilptnra<B. 
Kreuger, Nils, Sweden. Oil paintings 39, 71, 

Krentier, Aleiandre-FenJinand, Fianoe. Oil 

painting 315. 
Kreyszig. Ed., Garmanf . ArehiMcnre M 



INDEX OF ARTISTS. 



48s 



Erohg, Oda, Norway. Oil paintings 77, 81, 

138. 
Kronberg, Profesaor JoHob, Sweden. Oil 

painting 214. 
Kronberg, L., United States. Oil painting 

nu. 

Kronberger, Carl, Grermany. Oil paintings 

168, 165. 
KrOner, Prof. Christian, Germany. Oil paint- 
ing a}5. 
ErosteTitz, F., Germany. Etching 677. 
Kroyer, P. S., Denmark. Sculptures 10, 11, 

12, 18, 14. Oil paintings SO, 42, 139. 
Kixiell, G., United States. Wootf engravings 

2511, 2542, 2543, 2544, 2545, 2516, 2518, 3550, 

2.551, 2552, 2558, ?554. 
Krug, Edouard, France. Oil painting 575. 
Krager, Grermany. Etching and engniving 671. 
Kmse, Bruno, Germany. Sculptures 87, 103, 

106. 
Krose^ Max, Germany. Sculptun^s 14, 77. 
Kroahitsky, Constantin Jakovlevitch, Russia. 

Oil paintings 17, 74, 84, 90. 
Knbierschky, Erich, Germany. Oil painUng 

208. Water colors 626, 627. 



Kubot% Beisen, Japan . Painting 142. 

ngZlO. 
>fefleor Gotth.. Gemu 
ing826. 



KuUerJM Swedon. Oil painting 

Kuhl, Professor Gotth., Germany. Oil paint- 



Knmetra y Ragnll, Fernando, Spain. Oil 
painting 04. 

Kunz, L. Adam, Germany. Oil paintings280, 
235. 

Euriard, Faiageia Petrovna, Russia. Oil 
painting 78. 

Kuroba. Gimbei, Japan. Metal work 88. 

KnrtE-Gallenstein, A., Germany. Oil paint- 
ing 520. 

Eurzbauer, EdwanLAustria, Oil painting 108. 

Euznezoff, Nicolay Dmitrievitch, Russia. Oil 
paintings 66, 81, 102. 

Eyhn, Yilhelm, Denmark. Oil painting 120. 

Labatot, Jules-Jacques, France. Sculpture 
127. 

LaohttiAl, Edmond, France. Faiences 012, 010, 
018, 080, 041. 

La Coar, Janns, Denmark. Oil paintings 87, 
50. 

Lacy, A. B., United States. Architectural 
drawing 2745. 

Lafallye, Charles-PCinl, France. Architecture 
1066. 1067. 

lAFarge, J., United States. Oil paintings 
648, 078, 060, 1006. Water colon 1317, 1818. 

Lafita y Blanco, Jose, Spain. Oil paintings 
08, 168, 217. 

Lagarde, Pierre, France. Pastel 606. Oil 
paintings 871, 872. 

Loguillermie, Frederic-Auguste, France. 
Etchings 800, 806, 897. 

La Kaye, Alexis-Marie, France. Oil paint- 
ings 525, 557. 

Laialay, W. J., Great Britain. Oil paintings 
64,828. 

Lalanze^Adolph. France. Etching 858. 

Lamb. EUa Condie, United States. Oil paint- 
ing 1251. 



Lamb, F^M., United States. Oil painting 1072. 

>. Architectural 
drawings 2767, 2768. 



Lamb & Rich, United States. 



Lambert. J., Jr., United States. Oil paint- 
ings 864. 1170, 1214. 

Lambert a Stahl, Germany. Architecture 706. 

Lameire, Charles-Joseph, France. Architect- 
ures 1087, 1088, 1090, 1001, 1092, 1098, 1004, 1008. 

Lami, Stanislas, France. Sculptures 5, 08. 

Lament, T. R.t R> 1>« Great Britain. Water 
color 605. 

Lamorini^re, Francois, Belgium. Oil paint- 
ings 140, 150. 



La Motte, Alphnnse, France. Engraving 801. 

Lampert, Emma K., United dtatee. Oil paint- 
ings 604 J40. Water colors 1300, 1413. 

Lamy, P. Franc. France. Oil painting 894. 

Lancerotto, £., Italy. Oil paintings 270, 285, 
286. 

Landelle, Charles, France. Oil pRinting260. 

Landsberg, Max, Germany. Sculptures 8S, 80, 
00. 

Langhammer, Arthur, Germany. Oil paint, 
ing 8.53. 

Lang-Laris, Hermine, Austria. Oil painting 
82. 

Langley, Walter, R. I., Great Britain. Water 
colors 518, 570. 

Lanlgchi. Taichi, Japan. Painting 101. 

Lanson, Alfred^rance. Sculptures 28, 116. 

Larche, Raoul, France. Sculpture 1460. 

Laremlaski, M., Polish. Oil painting 58. 

Laroche, Amand, France. Oil painting 478. 

Larroux. Antonin, France. Sculpture 02. 

Larsen, Enud Erik, Denmark. Oil paint- 
ings 56, 140. 

Larsen, Mimmi, Denmark. Oil painting 172. 

Larson, Carl, Sweden. Water colors 127, 176. 
Oil paintings 82, 83, 85. 

Lamm, Oscar, Norway. Oil painting 66. 

Lasch, Herm., Germany. Oil minting 404. 

La Thfingue, H. H., Great Britain. Oil paint- 
ings 145, 416. 

Lathrop, C. W., United States. Oil painting 

sa. 

La Touohe. France. Pastel 612. Oil paint- 
ings 458, 602. 

Lauber, J., United States. Water colors 1326, 
1850. Etchings 2145, 2146, 2147, 2148, 2154, 
2155. 

Laug6e, Dteire-Franoois, France. Oil paint- 
ing 288. 



Laugee, Georges, France. Oil painting 550. 
Lrapheimer, Anton, Germany. Oil painting 

Laurens, Jean-Panl, France. Pen drawings 
606, 706, 718, 723, 744, 752i. 761. OU paintings 
420,506. 

LaveiT, John, Great Britain. Oil paintings 

Lavezzari, G., Italy. Sculpture 520. 

La Yillette, Mme. Elodie, rnnoe. Oil paint- 

> ing 460. 

Law, David, B. P. E., Greet Britain. Etch- 
inff8 754,763.766^878. 

Lawlor, J. Mf, Umted States. Architectural 
sketch 2751. 

Lawson, Cecil (The late). Great Britain. Oil 
painting 158. 

Layraud, Joseph-Fortune, France. Oil paint- 
inic 444. 

Leader, B.W., A. R. A., Great Britain. Oil 
paintWs 128, 187. 

Lebayle, Charles, France. OU painting 288. 

Lebiedzki, Ednard, Austria. Oil painting 
85. 

Le Blant, Jnlien, France. Oil painting 855. 

Le Brun, N. & Sons^United States. Archi- 
tectural drawing2906. 

LeCamus, Louis, France. Oilpainting 284. 

Lechevrel, Alphonse-Eustoe, France. Med- 
al, cameo and intaglio 729. 

Lecomte, Victor, France. Oil painting 486. 

Lecouteux, Lionel, France. Etching 816. 
Engravings 777, 821. 

Lednc, O., Canada. Oil paintings 70, 101. 

Lee, Laura, Unitf^ States. Oil painting 710. 

Lee, Thomas Stirling, Great Britain. Sculpt- 
nres 18, 87. 

Leempoels, Jef ., Belgium. Oil paintings 71, 
180. 

Leempulten, Comeille van, Belgium. Oil 
paintings 121, 100. 



486 



INDEX OF ARTISTS. 



LeempQlten, Fraxifl-van, Belgium. Oil paintr 

ing 05. 
LeenhardL Max, France. Oil paintiofr 481. 
Lefebrre, Cbarlee, Belgiam. Oil paintiiur 87. 
Lefebyre J. J., United States Loan coDec- 

tipn. Oil painting aoao. 
Lehmann, Wilhelzn, Qennany. Oil painting 

408. 
Lehmann, Rndolf , Great Britain. Oil paint- 

ing8 252,461. 
Leign, W. R., United States. Oil paintings 

122S. 
Leighton, £. Blair, Great Britain. Oil paint- 

ings 106, 2S2. 
Leighton, Sir Frederick Bart, P. R. A., Great 

Britain. Scolptnree 1, 44. Oil paintings 224, 

820,422,440. 
Leiper. William, F. R. I. B. A., A. R. S. A., 

Great Britain. Architectare 977. 
Leistikow, W., Germany. Oil paintings 18S, 

877. Water colors 508, 591, 598. Pastel 008. 
Le Liiepyre, Manrice, France. Oil painting 

427. 
Leloir, Uanrice, France. Oil paintings 878, 

M7. 
Lemaire,'Georges, France. Bast in hard-stone 

9^5. 
Lemaire, Georges-Henri, France. Cameos 

714. Medals and cameos 765. 
Lemaire, Hector, France. Scnlptores 25, 28, 

29,81,82.83,85,180. 
Lemaire, Mme. Madeleine, France. Scolptaie 

487. Oil paintings 870, 387. Water colors 

670. 08L 
Le Mayeor, Adrien, Belgium. Oil paintings 

2187216. 
Lemoch, Karl Vikentieyitch, Russia. Oil 

painting 106. 
Lemon, Arthur, Great Britain. Oil painting 

275. 
Lenbach, Professor Franz yon, Germany. Oil 

paintings 241, 804. 
Lenain, Lonis, Belgium. Engrayings 264, 209. 
Lepcke, Ferd., Germany. Sculptures 49, 09. 
Lep^re, Augrnste, France. Wood engrayings 

768, 795, 813. 
Lepdre, Auguste-Louis, France. Oil painting 

142. 
Lepoitteyin, Louis, France. Oil paintings 

4ao, 4uV. 
Lerouz^tienne, France. Sculpture 63. 
Leroy, D^Etiolles, Mme. Helen, France. Oil 

painting 375. 
LeRoy, Hipp, Belgium. Sculptures 1,8, 18, 48. 



Oil paintings 87; 287. 

- lUAli 
painting 456. 



Lero^, Paui-Alezander-Alfred, France. Oil 



Le Senechal De Kerdreoret, Gustaye-Edmond, 
France. Oil painting 545. 

Leslie, C. R., (deceased). United States. Oil 
paintings 200, 265. 

Leslie, G. D., R. A., Great Britain. Oil paint- 
ings 226, 296, 456. 

Lesd, Tito, Italy. 011445. 

Lessors, Henri-Emile, France. Dry point 
86L 

Leseing, H., Germany. Oil painting 324. 

Lessore, Henri-Emile, France. Oil painting 
279. 

Leyassenr, Henri-Louis, France. Sculpture 
7. 

Leyassenr, Jules-Gabriel, France. Engray- 
ings 874, 899. 

Leyeill6, Emest-Baptiste, France OruA- 
mented glasMS 970, 978, 977, 995, 1020, 1027. 

Leyeill6, Auguste, France. Etchings 818, 868, 
876. 

Leyithan, Isaac, Russia. Oil painting 58. 

L6yy, Gustaye, France. Bngxayings 886, 880. 



L6yir, Houi-Leopold, France. Oil pMntjng 

Leyy, Piofessor L., Germany. Architectoro 
715. 

Lewis, C. W. Mansel, R. P. E. Etchings 745, 
886. Mezzotint 767. 

Ley, Sophie. Germany. Oil painting 822. 

Lsys. H., United States Loan col lection. 
Oil paintincr 8088. 

Lhermitte, Ldon^AugUBtiUt. France. Oil 
paintings 523, 608. United States Loan ooU 
lection. Oil painting 8053. 

Lheureux, Louis^Bmest, France. Architect- 
ure U07, 1108, Ills, 1114, 1115, 1120, 1149. 

Licht, Director H., Germany. Arohitectora 
701, 706. 859. 

Lichtenfels, Ed. y., Austria. Oil painting 00. 

Liebermann, Max, Germany. Oil paintings 
825,858. 

Liesegang, H., Gennany. Oil paintings 409, 
680. , 

Liljefors, Bruno, Sweden. Oil paintings 46. 
48, 49, 109, 114. 198, 194, 197. Black and 
white 158, 154, 156, 157, 10^,^^ 172, 173. 174. 

Lindenschmidt, Piofessor W., Gennany. Oil 
painting 118. 

Linderum, Ridiard, Germany. Oil painting 
805. 

Lindholm, B., Sweden. Oil paintings 72,91. 

Lindman, Ax., Sweden. Oil paintings 2iV, 84, 
87,102,150. 

Lindner, M. P., Great Britain. Oil paintings 
96,877. 

Lindsay, A.M., United States. Woed engray- 
ings2584, 2685, 2086, 2645, 2048, 2J49. 2658. 
2659, 2660, 2S61. 2864. 

Lindstrom, August, United States. Sculpt- 
ure 105. 

Lindstrom, A. M., Sweden. Oil painting 186. 

Linnell, John (The late). Great Britain. Oil 
painting 241. 

Lmse, Ed., Germany. Architecture 880. 

Linton, Sir James D^ Great Britain. Drawing 
92S. Oil paintings 165, 808. Water color 584. 

Lister, W. Lister, New South Wales. Oil 
painting 7. Water colors 112, 118. 

Litoyschenko, Alexander Dmitrieyitoh, Rus- 
sia. Oil painting 126. 

Little, Brown & Moore. United States. Deco- 
rative designs 2719, 2861. 

Little A O'Connor, United States. Architect- 
ural drawing 281v. 

Lloyd, Tom, R. W. S., Great Britain. Water 
colors 585. 589. 

Locher, Carl. Denmark. Oil paintings 89, 148 

Lock, Michel, Germany. Sculpture 31. 

Lockhart, W. E.. R. S. A., Great Britain. OH 
paintings 52, 160. 

Locher^ A., United States. Sculpture 29. 

Logsdail, William, Great Britain. Oil paint- 
ings 152, 428, 459. 477. 

Lombard, Henri-Edouard, Fiance. Sculpt- 
ure 39. 




Architectural plans and photographs 2928, 

2966, 2974, 2975, 2979, 2980. 2999. 
Loomis, C. United States. Oil paintings 

407, 479. 
Looschen, Hans, Germany. Gouache 602. 
Lopez Cabrera, Kicardo, Spain. Oil paintings 

150, 153, 290, 807. 

Lopez Cantero, Manuel. Spain. Oil paintings 
858,354. 

Lopez, Fianolsco de Asia, Spain. Senlptnre 
15. 

Lorenz, R., United States Oil painting. UOS 



INDEX OF ARTISTS. 



487 



Lorimer« J. H., A. B. S. A., Great Britain. 

Oil XMuntingBaBS. 295. 
Loring, F. Wh United States. Oil painting 

576. 
Loabeie, Joan, Spain. Oil paintings 56, 106, 

855. 
Londan, Monat, Qieat Britain. Oil painting 

244. 
Lonstannan, Loois-Angnste-Geoigea, France. 

Oil paintings 188, 506. 
Lonveack-BoaTeTre, MmeM France. Etching 

809. 
LoTowell, Bominer, United States. Etching 

2832. 



Low, W. H., United_Statee. Oil paintings 

ash drawing 1870. 
^ 1875. Black 
white drawing in oil 1872. 



604, 587, 945, 1054. 1092. Wash drawing Wt 
Black and white drawing 1875. Black and 



Lowenstame, Leopold, Great Britain. Etch- 
ing 720, 788, 756. 

Lownee, Anna, United States. Oil painting 
066. 

Labechitz, John Leopold, Denmark. Oil 
painting 141. 

Lacas, A. P., United States. Oil painting 
838. 

Lacas, Feliz-Hippolyte, France. Oil paint- 
ing 572. 

Lacas, Seymoar, A. B. A., Great Britain. Oil 




paint- 
ings 488, 401. 

Lominais, Evariste-Yital, France. Oil paint- 
ings 486, 500. 

LnminaiB, Mme. H616ne, France. Oil paint- 
ings 887. 588. 

Lonois, Alexandre, France. Oil painting 
586. 

Land, G. Emil, Denmark. Oil painting 106. 

Land, Niels M., Great Britain. Oil painting 
178. 

Land. Somen, Denmark. Oil painting 104. 

Landbeig, Professor Th., Sweden. Sca]pt> 
ore 17. 

LnndstrOm, Ernst, Sweden. Oil paintings 
44 45. 

Langren, F. H., United States. Water color 
1459. 

Lanois, Alexandre, France. Lithographs 
706, 804, 607. 

Latteroth, Professor Ascan, Germany. Wa- 
ter colors 550. 564, 571. 

Lata. L. C, United States. Oiljpainting 606. 

Latahoft, I4. Holten, Denmark. Oil i>aintings 
71, 117. 

Lazi, A., Italy. Scalptare69, 107, 260^ 824. 

I^rbeert, Theophile, Belgiam. Ou paintings 
0i),228. 

Lvman, J., United States. Oil paintings 624, 
808. 

Lyoans, H. F. W.. United States. Wood en^ 
gravings 2687, 2662, 29663. 

Maarel, M. Tan der, Holland. Oil painting 
106. 

Macallnm, Hamilton, B. I., Great Britain. 
Oil paintings 218, 280. Water colors 521, 
652. 

Macartney, Oarlile H. H., Great Britain. Oil 
I>ainting205. 

MacbethTBobt. W., A. R. A., Great Britain, 
Oil paintings 278, 476. Etchings 725, 729, 
780, 7847768. 785, 792, 793, 800, 858. 

Macbeth- RaeDnm, H., Great Britain. O 
paintings 209, 870. Etehings 721, 755, 880. 

Btaccagnani. E., Italy. Scalptare 270. 

Macoraber, M. L., United States. Oil paint- 
ins8 574,578. 

MaoDonnell, Harriet J., Canada. Water 
color 140. 



MacDowell, Elizabeth, United States. Oil 

painting 1084. 
Macgregor, Miss J., Great Britain. Oil paint- 
ings 800, 408. 
Machard, J ales, France. Oil painting 839. 
MacKabin, Florence, United States. Pastel 

1588. 
Maolaren, Walter, Great Britain. Oil paint- 

ing447. 
Macfiflan, T. Nelson, Great Britain. Scolpt- 

ores 18, 28^. ^ 

MacMillan,!). P., Canada. Oil painting 124. ' 
MaoMonnies, Mary Fairoliild, United States. ^ 

Oil paintings 801, 807. / > 

Macqnoid, Percy, B.L, Great |!ritain. Water 

color 658. 
Macqnoid, Thomas R., R. I., Great Britain. 

Water colors 600, 680. 600. 
Macwhirter, John, B. A., Great Britain. Oil 

paintings 103, 474, 478. 
Madrazo y Garrota, Rioardo de, Spain. Oil 

paintings 140, 108. 
Maeterlinck, Lonis, Belgiam. Oil paintuu; 

102. 
Mahoney, Frank P., New Soath Wales. Oii 

paintings 8, 10. 
Mtdsnan, Albert, France. Oil paintings 488, 

MaiUart, Diogene-Ulysse, France. Oil paint- 
ing 275. 

Maison, Bad., Germany. Scnlptnre 42. 

Major, E. L., United Btates. Oil paintings 
040, 1000, 1148. 

Makagawa, Soeke, Japan. Painting 141. 

Makart, Hans, Austria. Oil paintings 61, 62, 
63,64,65,06. 




paintings 63, 65, 77, 99, 103. 
Makz, Kozan, Japan. Porcelains 156 to 212, 

inclosive. 
Malaspina, A., Italy. Oil paintings 175, 204. 
Malbone, E. G., (deceased). United States. 

Oil painting 228. Miniatares 176, 177. 
Malchin, Professor Carl, Germany. Oil 

painting 209. 
Malczewski^ J^ Polish. Oil painting 9. 
Maleszewski, T. . Polish. Oilpaintings 65, 88. 
Mancini,F., Italy. Oil painting 800. 
Maneese, George-Henri, France. Etchings 844, 

845. 
Manet, E., United States Loan collection. 

Oil paintings 8057. 8061, 3070. 
Manley, T, R., United States. Water color 

150. Etchings 2162, 2163. 2167, 2168, 2174, 

2175 2176 
Manly, C. McD., A. R. C. A., Canada. Water 

colors 144, 169. 190. 
Mannchen, Adolf, Germany. Water color 589. 
Manterola. Laoia, Spain. Oil painting 84. 
Man the. Alb., Germany. Scalptare 100. 
Marais, Adolphe, France. Oil painting 422. 
Marcel, Alezandre-AaguBte-Louis, France. 

Arohitectaree 1(J75, 1076, 1077^ 1078, 1079, 

1060, 1061, 1082, 1063, 1064, 1065, 1086. 
March, O., Germany. Architectares 765, 851. 
Marcon y Carcel, Jalia, Spain. Oil paintings 

856 857. 
Margeston, W. H., G^reat Britain. Oil paint- 
ing 207. 
Marian i, C, Italy, Oil paintings 165, 178. 
Mariani, P^ Italy. Oil painting 275. 
Marinos y Gracia, Spain. Soalptnres 4, 12. 
Marinas, Michel, France. Oil painting 291. 
Marioton^Eng^ne, France. Scalptare 77. 
Mariotti,F.. Italy. Oil painting 241. 
Maris, Jacob, Holland. Water color 272. Oil 

naintings 12^69, 72,76, 125. United States 

Loan collection. Oil painting 8049. 



488 



INDEX OF ARTISTS. 



Marisv William, Holland. Water colors 251, 

*29S. OU paintings 2, 6, 85, 116, 148. 
Marks, H. Staoy, B. A., Great Britain. Oil 

painting 847. 
Marqaeete, Lauient-Honore, France. Boalpt> 

ares 87,^. 
Marquet Be Yasselot, Anatole, France. Sonlpt- 

nreiS. 
Marqaez y Hernandez, Joaquin Maria, Sxiain. 

Oil painting 858. 
Marr, C, United States. Oil paintings 707, 

812. 
Marrable, Mrs^ Great Britain. Water oolors 

628, 680, 660. 
Marron, Ferdinand, France. Iron works lOSL 

1082, 1083. 
Martens, Jean Baptiste, Belgium. Scalptores 

27,37. 
Martens, Willy, Holland. Oil paintings 75, 

88,186. 
Martin, £. May, Canada. Water color 188. 
Martin, H., A. K. C. A., Canada. Water color 

182. 
Martin, H. D., United States. Oil paintings 

665^889,965, 1056. 
Martin, Jean-Qaillanme-Henri, France. Oil 

paintings 847, 417, 451. 
Martineaa, Miss £dith, A. R. W. 8., Great 

Britain. Water colors 580, 594, 607. 
Martens, W. J., Holland. Oil painting 2B3. 
Martin, T. M., B. C. A., Canada. OiFpaint- 

ings 12. 13. 41. 104. 
Martinelli, 6. Panlo, Brazil. Scnlptare 5. 
Martinptti, M., Italy. Water color 454. Oil 

painting 801. 
Martinez, Ysidro, Mexico. Oil paintings 20, 

86. 
Martinez Abades, Joan, Spain. Oil paintings 

66, 86, 862. 
Martinez y Altes, Gabriel, Spain. Oil paint- 
ings 141, 298. 295, 802. 
Martiny, P., United States. Scnlptare 78. 
Martyn, Miss £thel King, A. B. F. £., Great 

Britain. Etching 726. 
Marx, Gost, Germany. Oil painting 835 
Mason, Geonre (The late). Great Britain. Oil 

paintings 118, 284, 327, 846. 
Massan, Kdm., Germany. Oil paintings 211, 

434. 
Massier, Clement, France. Faiences 922, 960, 

956, 971, 980, 997, 996, 999, 1001, 1002, 1006, 

1007, 1010, 1018, 1014, 1019, 1021, 1024. 
Massonlle, Andre-Arthnr-Paxil, France. 

Scnlptare 12. 
Mastawski, S., Polish. Oil painting 8. 

Maszynski, J., Polish. Oil paintings 80, 43, 

61, 88, lOO, 121. 
Matejko, J., Polish. Oil paintings 6, 12. 
Matthews, A. F., United States. Oil paint. 

ing 1264. 

Matthews, M., R. C. A., Canada. Water colors 

184, 151, 164, 166, 192. 
Mathey, Paal, France. Oil painting 544. 
Matiegzeck, Joe., Germany. Oil painting 169. 

Matsaoka, Kichiheri, Japan. Laoqners 98, 
872, 878. 

Matthiesen, Oscar, Denmark. Oil paintings 

41, 101, 147. 
Matton, Ida. Sweden. Scnlptare 12. 
Mattoni, A., Italy. Scnlptare 821 . 
Maarita y Arcie, Gabriel, Spain. Oil painting 

186. 
Manra y Montaner, Spain. Oil painting 282. 
Manra y Montaner, Spain. Oil painting 149. 

Manrie, E., Yeneznela Oil paintings 21, 22. 

Manye, Anton (deceased 1888), Holland. Oil 
paintings 78, 82, 93, 105. United States Loan 
collection. Oil painting 3031. 



Max, Professor -Gabriel, Ctevmany. OQ 

paintings 114, 276. 
Maj, W. JSolmes, R. P. £., Great Britain. 

Etchings 718, 785. 
Maynard, G. F., United States. Oil paint. 

ings 890. 981. 
Maynard, G. W., United States. Oil paintings 

780, 892, 910, 1274. Water colors 1376. 1387. 
Marae, Jean, Belginm. Oil paintings 77, 

McArthar, L. C, Canada. Oil painting 71. 
McCarthy, C. W., M. D., F. R. C. S. I., New 

Soath Wales. Scolptares i, 5. Oil paint- 
ing 55. 
McChesney, Clara T., United States. Water 

colors 1377, 1886. 
McComb, B. L., United States. Oil painting 

426. 
McCormick, M. Eyelyn, United States. Oil 

paintings 821, 983. 
McCnlloch, George, Great Britain. Oil paints 

ing l.'>4. 
McDowell, Mary. United States. Design for 

stained glass 2706. 
MoEntee, J., (deceased). United States. Oil 

paintings 166. 168, 241. 
McEwen, W., United States. Oil paintings 

602, 746, 801, 916. 
McGre«pr, A. S., New Soath Wales. Oil 

paintings 44, 45. Water oolors 124, 125. 
McGoinness, Bingham, R. H. A., Great Brit* 

ain. Water colors 552, 661. 
Mcllhenny^. M., United States, Oil paint- 
ing 670. Water colors 1375, 1381, 1391. 
McUwaine, Mrs., New Soath Wales. Oil 

paintings 39, 40, 41. 
McKayTH. S., United States. Architectoral 

drawing 2910. 
McKim, Mead & White, United States. 

Arohiteotaral drawings 2766, 2776, 2777, 2778, 




McLaol 

paintings 378, 454. 
Meckel, Ad. von, Germany. Oil paintirg 168. 
Meckel, Germany. Architectnre 775. 
Meeks, £.. United States. Oil paintings 1084, 

1267. 
Meinshansen, G., United States. Wood 

engraving 2B67. 
Meirelles, Victor, Brazil. Oil painting 94. 
Meissonier, Jean-Lonis-Emeet (deceased), 

France. Scolptares 119, 120, 121, 122, 128. 

124. United States Locm collection. Oil 

psintings 8041, 8081. 
Melchers, G., United States. Oil paintings 

573, 575, 579, 580, 596, 678, 905. 
Melis, H. J., Holland. Oil paintings 180, 161. 

Water colors 270, 278. 
Mendoza, Francisco, Mexico. Oil painting 2L 
Menegazzi. C, Ital^'. OU painting 243. 
Menier, Jalee-Alexis, France. Oil paintings 

446, 526. ^^ 

Menocal, Armando, Spain. Oilpainting 18L 
Menpes, Mortimer, R. P. E., Great Britain. 

Etching 797. Original dry points, 747, 752. 

Dry pomt 769. 
Mente, C, United States. Water oolors 1874, 

1898, 1398, 148L 
Menzel, Professor Ad., Germany. Oil paint> 

ing 801. Water colors 539, 540, 541, 542, 548, 

5a, 548, 557. Goaaches 584, .585, 54.'), 546. 

Pencil drawing 549. Pen drawings 560, 551, 

552, 553, 554. 
Meroie, Antonin, France. Scolptares 17, 105, 

926. 
Mercier, G., United States. Etchings 218Q» 

2184, 2204, 2882. 
Marker, Max, Germany. Oil paintings ITS* 

816. 



INDEX OF ARTISTS 



489 



Merlot, EmilfrJnstin, Fmnoe. Oil painting 

S69 
Merritt, Mrs. A. L., United States. Oil painU 

ings S70, 6S4. Great Britain. Oil pamting 

821 
Meedaff, H. W., Holland. Oil paintings 16, 

67, lOL 107. 18L Water colors 201, 232, 2SQ. 
Mesdag-Kui Taco, Holland. Oil paintings 

29, 44, 96, 185, 218, 228. 
Mesdag-van Hoaten, Mrs. Bm Holland. Oil 

paintings 91, 94, 122, 188. Water colors 280, 

i^, 2SfJ. 
Heedag-Ton Calcar, Mrs. G., Holland. Oil 

paintings 68. 185. Water color 208. 
MestehersKj, Arseny IvanoTltoh, Rassia. Oil 

painting 68. 
Metcalf, W. L., United States. Oil paintingB 

344. 528, 1080. Pen drawing 2048. Black 

and white drawings 1596, 1600, 1632. 
Meteyard, T. B., United States. Oil paint. 

ings 328, 1288. 
Metzener, Alfred, Germany. Oil painting 

465. 
Meolen, F. P. ter, Holland. Oil painting 64. 
Mennier, Georgette, Belgiam. Oil paintings 

98, 290. 
Meyer, Professor Clans, Germany. Oil paint- 
ing 270. 
Meyer, Professor Hans, Germany. Oil paint* 

ing 296. Copper engraying 685. Etcliing 

Meyer, Knns, GermimT. Oil painting 498. 
Meyer-Basel, Carl Theod^ Germany. Oil 

painting 119. Etching678. 
Meyerheim, Professor Paal, Germany. Oil 

paintings 405, 470. 
Meyer-Mainz, Panl, Germany. Oil iMdnting 

292. 
Mejrars, Isidore, Beiginm. Oil painting? 174, 

1«M. 

Meza, W. de. United States. Black and 
white drawings 1717, 1755, 1^08, 1804, 1806. 

Meszara, Madame, France. Panel in wax 725. 

Miasoieaoff, Gregory, Gregorieyitch, Russia. 
Oil oaintings 18, 128. 

Michaiek, Lndwig, Austria. Etchings 152, 
156,158. 

Michel, G., (deceased). United States Loan 

collection. Oil paintings 8016, 3099. 
Michel, Gnstave, Belgium. Oil painting 284. 

Scnlptares8, 70,96. 
Michel| Marine. France. Oil paintinfl[ 546. 
Michelina, Artnro, Yenezoela. Oil paintings 

1, 2, 8, 4 JJ, 6. 7 J, 9. 
Michetti, F. P., United States Loan coUeo- 

tion. Oil Minting 3018. 
Mielatz, C. F. W., United States. Etchings 

2270, m). 

Mignot, L. R.. (deceased). United States. Oil 

paintings 244, 464. 
Milesi, A.. Italy. Oil painting 145. 
Millais, Sir John Everett, Bart., R. A., Great 

Britain. Oil paintings 125, 174, 219, 297, 864, 

888 480. 
MilleV, C. H., United States. Oil paintings 

572, 1118. 
Miller, P. H., Great Britain. Oil painting 

888 
Miller, W., United States. Wood engraying 

2672. 
Millet, F. D., Great Britain. Oil painting 

479. United States. Oil paintings 584, 585, 

681, 677, 704, 759, 1117, 1128. ^ter color 

1446. Pencil drawings 15RS, 1589. Black 

and white drawings 1865, 1878, 1874. 
Millet, J. F., (deceased). United States Loan 

collection. Oil paintings 8068, 8060, 8068, 

8071, 8079, 3086, 8088, 8124. 
MiUs, J. H., United States. SonlptnrolO. 



Mills. Lena, United States. Pastels 1564, 

1571. 
Minns, B. E., New Sonth Wales. Water colors 

115, 121. 
Minor, R. C. United States. OU paintings 

448,832,1059. Water color 1325. 
Mireoki,K., Polish. Oil paintings 92, 96. 
Mirmont, Mile. Rence de, France. Minia- 

toi«754. 
Miyagawa. Kosan, Japan. Yases 64, 66, 75, 

127, 181, 213. 
Miyamoto, Kato, Japan. Metal work 874. 
Mochizki, Gyoksen, Japan. Painting 78. 
Modenstein, D., Polish. Oil paintings 95, 110, 

118. 
Moe. Sigord, Norway. Oil painting 120. 
Moeller, L., United States. Oil paintings 

650,988. 
Moerman, A., Beiginm. Water colors 278, 282. 
Moerman, L., Bel^dnm. Pen drawing 272. 
Moes, Wally, Holland. Oil painting 82. 

Water colors 288, 294. 
Moll, Karl, Austria. Oil jpainting 17. 
Mniler, N. B., Norway. Oil painting 114. 
MoUica, A., Italy. OU painting 255. 
Mols, Niels Petersen, Denmark. Oil paint- 
ings 74, 75. 
Mombur, Jean-Ossaye, France. Sculptures 

51, 114. 
Monet, C United States Loan collection. 

Oil paintings 3006, 8009, 8014, 3021. 
Mongmot, Charles, France. Oil painting 

277. 
Monguin, Augustin, Fiance. Etchings 630, 

846. 
Monks, J. A. S., United States. Etching 

2202. 
Monroy, Luis, Mexico. Oil paintings 87. 89. 
Monserrat y Rortella, Jose, Spain. Sculpt- 
ure 41. 
Montalba, Miss Clara, R. W. S., Great 

Britain. Oil painting 484. Water colors 

565, 608, 698. 
Montalba, Miss Henrietta S., Great Britain. 

Sculpture 14. 
Montenore, E. L., J. P., R. A. A S. A., New 

South Wales. Smoke drawing 230. 
Montenard, Frederic, France. Oil paintings 

867, 383. 
Montenegro. J. G., Mexico. Oil painting 27. 
Monterio, Firmino, Brazil. Oil paintings 

85, 86. 
Montero y Nayas, Jose, Spain. Sculpture 19. 
Montford, Horace, Great Britain. Sculptures 

19, 28. 
Monticelli, A., United States Loan collection. 

Oil painting 8102. 
Montigny, Jules Leon, Belgium. Oil paint- 
ing 125. 
Montsaigle, Edgard de, France. Oil i>ftinti^g 

SSI 

Monzini. G., Italy. Sculptures 525. 526. 
Moore, Albert, Great Britain. Oil paintinflr 

216. 
Moore, Miss E. M., Great Britain. Sculptures 

7 8. 
Moore, Henry, B. A., Great Britain. Oil 

paintings 222, 888, 445. Water colors 571, 

588. * 

Moore, H. H., United States. Oil painting 

815. 
Moradei, A., Italy. Oil paintings 135, 136. 

289. 

Moragas y Torras, Tomas, Spain. Oil paint- 
ing 204. 

Moran, Edward, United States. Oil pain- 
tings 588, 590, 915, 1109. Water color 1294/ 

Moran, EmUy E., United States. Etching 
2186. 



490 



INDEX OF ARTISTS 



Moran, Leon, United States. Oil painting 

Monin, M. Nimmo, United States. Etchings 
212(L 2121, 2122, 2123, 2125, 212ft, 2127, 2129, 
21^ 2188, 2134. 2185. 

Moran, Peter. United States. Oil psintlng 
1120. Etchings 2119, 2124, 21dU, 2181, ^7. 
Mezzotint 2B85. 

Moran, Thomas, United States. Oil paint- 
ings 1016, 1102. 



Korean, Adrien, France. Oil painting 851. 
Water coloi 
618, 028, 681. 



Water colors 042, 651, 060 



11 paini 
, 070. 



Pastels 



Moreaa, Mme. Camille, nee Nelaton, France. 
Faience 054. 

Morean-De Tonrs, Oeoiges, France. Oil 
jpaintinffs 800, 587. 

Morean-Vanthier, Aogostin-Jean, France. 
Scolptares 75, 115, 117, 117a. 

Moreno Carbonero, Joe6, Spain. Oil paint- 
ings 00, 70, 71. 

Morera, Jaime, Spain. Oil ^minting 08. 

Morgan, Fred, Great Britain. Oil painting 
801. 

Mori, Shnngak, Japan. Painting 109. 

Morikawa. Soban, Japan. Painting 871. 

Morimra, IchitarO, Japan- Lacquer 48. 

Morishita, Moribaohi, Japan. Lacqaer works 
71.88. 

Monyama, Yoehihei, Japan. Embroidery 189. 

Morland, G., (deceased). United States Loan 



collection. Oil painting 8091.. 
Morion. Antoine-Panl- 

paintin^ 552. 
Morot, Nicolas-Aim6, France. Oil painting 



L.^:;iiiile, France. Oil 



858. 



Morozoff, Alexander I^anoyitch, Rnssia. Oil 
painting 110. 

Morrice, J. W., Canada. Oil paintings 17^ 68. 

Morris. Jennie H., United States. Oil paint- 
ings 1020, 1078. 

Morris, P. fi., A. R. A., Great Britain. Oil 
paintings 101, 104. 208. 

Morse, Angnste-Achille, France. Engravings 
870,000. 

Moecheles, Felix, Greet Britain. Oil paint* 
ing 178. 

Moaer, J. H., United States. Water color 1485. 

Moser, Professor Jnl., Germany. Scolptore 
71. 

Moteley, Jnles-Georges, France. Oil paint- 
ing 512. 

Motte, Alphonse, France. Oil painting 502. 

Motte, Henri-Paul, France. Oil painting 582. 

Mottram, C. S., Great Britain. Oil painting 
282. 

Mount. W. S., United States. Oil paintings 
161, 108. 

Mouren, Henry, France. Aquarelle 763. 
Water color 753. 

Monssetr Pierre-Joseph, France. Oil paint- 
ing 490. 

Moutte, Alphonse, France. Oil painting 568. 

Mowbray, H. S., United States. Oil paintings 
568, 774, 775, 776. Black and white drawing 
1622. 

Moynau, R. T., R- H. A., Great Britain. Oil 
painting 401. 

Moyse, Edouard, France. Oil painting 606. 

Mxakami, TetBdo, Japan. 26. 

Mraoka, Oto. Japan. Painting 106. 

MraBS.Gyokaen, Japan. Painting 81. 

Mroczkowski, A.. PoUsh. OU paintinpr 66. 

Mueller, Leopold C, Austria. Oil paintings 

40,05. 
Muench-Bellinghausen, Austria. Water colors 

1M» 160. _.. . . 

Mnenier, Jules-Alexis, France. Oil painting 

808. 
Mdhlig, Hugo, Germany. Oil painting 202. 



Muhrman, H., United StateSb Oil painting 
125a Pastels 1524. 152B, 1527, 1520, 1586, 1588, 
1548, 1547. 1561, 1560, 1607, 1508. 

MOUer, Carl W., Germany. Oil painting 449. 

MuUer, Gerard, Holland. Oil paintings 17, 
152. 

MHUer, Johns, Norway. Oil painting 87. 

MQeller, Peter Paul, Germany. Oil painting! 
450,484. 

Muller. R. A., United States. Wood engraT- 
inos ^85, 8501, 2598, 2598, 2500, 2008, 2804. 

MQller-KurBwelly, Dr. K., Germany. Oil 
paintings 158, 157. 440. 

Mumemura, Keisan, Japan. Painting 105. 

Mnn^r, G., United States. Oil paintuig 107S. 

Munier, Emile, France. Oil painting 174. 

Munkaczy, M. de^ Austria. Oil painting 140. 

Munoa. A. C, United States. Architectural 
drawing 2809. 

Munos, Lacena Tomas, Spain. Oil paintings 
850, 800, 801. 

Munoz-Degrain, Antonio, Spain. Oil paint- 
ing 104. 

Munsch, Josef, Germany. Oil painting 272. 

Munsell, A. H., United States. Oil paintings 
200, 497, 1195. 

Mnnthe, Gerk., Norway. Oil paintings 88, 42, 
48, 44, 45, 40, 47, 48, 52, 58, 54^98, 121, 124. 

Munts, Laura A.,Canada. Oil painting 62. 

Muraton, Louis, France. Oil painting 504. 

Murillo Carreras, Rafael, Spain. Oil paint- 
ing 85. 

Murphy, J. F., United States. Oil paintings 
581,546. 

Murray, Chas. O., R. P. E., Grea^ Britain. 
Etchings 788, 820, 860. Engraving 883. 

Murray. David, A. B. A., A. H. W. S., Great 

' Britain. Oil paintings 190, 313, 374. Water 
oolor 556. 

Murray, Sm United States. Sculpture 50, 01. 

Musch, Leo, Germany. Sculpture 28. 

Musin, Augnste, Belfdum. Oil painting 80. 

Musso, G., Italy. Ou painting 220. 

Mygatt, R. K.TUnited States. Etchings 20O1, 



2072. 



, 2005, 2000, 2007, 2008, 2000 



Lcnings 
, 2070, 



2071, 



Myslbeck, Josef Y., Austria. Sculpture 7. 
Nabert, Wilhelm. Germany. Oil painting 472. 
Nadler, Robert, Austria. Oil painting IS8. 
Nakken. W. C, Holland. Water colors 214, 

224. Oil paintings 20, 155. 
Namekawa, Sodakatsu, Japan. Metal woik 

00. 
Namekawa, SOsukd, Japan. Enameled worit 

854, 855, 850. 857. 
Namikawa, So8k6, Japan. Painting 24. 
Namikawa, Yasuyuki, Japan. Yaaes 80. 
Namur. Francois, Belgium. Oil painting 76. 
Nani. N., Italy. Oil paintings 103, 280 807. 
Kardi, Fran^iois, France. Oil painting 563. 
Nosh, Joseph, B. I., Great Britain. Water 

colors 510, 587, 548, 508. 
Nash & Plympton, United States. Archi- 
tectural drawini^ 2702. 2880. 
Nattress, G., United States. Architectural 

drawings 2702. 2941. 
Navoeoff, Vasily IvanoTitch, Russia. Oil 

painting 121. 
Nea^le, J., (deceased). United States. Oil 

pamtings 180,224. 
Neale, Jamee, F. 8. A. F. R. I. B. A., Great 

Britain. Architecture 963. 087, 1061, 1104. 
Neckelmann, Professor Bkjato, Germany. 

Architectare 872. 873, 874. 
Needham, C. A., United States. Oil paintings 

1107, 1171, 1225. Water color 1415. 
Neff, Friedr., Germany. Oil paintine 190. 
Neher, L. and von Kanffmann, Germany. 

ArchitfHjt-ire SW, 862. 
Nehlig, v.. United States. OU painting 






INDEX OF ARTISTS. 



491 



NeUi, A., Italy. Boolptme 106, 200, 815, 580. 
Nelflon, Ernst, Oennany. Oil paintins 487. 
Nemos, J. B. Aagnstiii, Ftanoe. Oil i>amt- 

injr 897. 
Netdeton, W., United States. Oil paintings 

419, 518, 568. 002, 1099, 1178. 
Netmans, Friiz, uermany. Qil painting 447. 
Neohoys, Albert, HoUand. Water color 299. 

OU paindncs 14, 88, 86, li;, 115, 167. 
Nenmeister, Ihrofeasor A., Germany. Archi- 

teetore 725. 
NeoTille, A.M. de, (deceased). United States 

Loan collection. Oil painting 8088 
Nevill, Ralph. F. S. A., Great Britain. Arohi- 

teetore 966, 1006, 1021, 1024, 1098. 
Newoomb, Mrs. M. G., United States. Oil 

painting 1018. 
New Drawing Room, Great Britain. Archi- 

teetore 1103. 
Newell. P. S., United States. Black and white 

drawing 1851. 
Newman, C, United States. Oil painting 1254. 
Newton, G.F., United States. Architectorai 

drawing 2967. 
Newton, Gilbert Stewart, (deceased). United 

States. Oil paintings 165, 264. 
Nibbrig, F. Hart, Holland. Oil painting 42. 
NichollB, Rhoda Holmes, United States. 

Water colors 1885, 1425. 1460. 
Nichols, H. D., United States. Bhiok and 

white drawing 1676. 
Nicol, J. Watson, Great Britain. Oil paint* 

ins 110. 
NicoU, J. Cm United States. Oil paintings 

S40, 879. Water colon, 1809. 1408, 1448, lafi, 

Etchings 2189, 2144^2149,2158, 2156. 
Niehaos, C. H., United Statee. Soolptore 

5,11. 
Nielson, Elvind, Norway. Drawings. 
Nihon Makie, Gaisha, Japan Lacquer work 

88 89 90. 
Niles, ^. g'm United States Oil painting 1065. 
Nisbet, R. B., Great Britain. Water color 559. 
Nishimra, Bion, Japan. Wood 96. 
Nishimra, Sozaemon, Japan. Embroideriee 

57,61,145,146, liiS, 861. 
Nishiwo, iLisabrO, Japan. Bronze 867. 
Nias, Thorvald, Denmark. Oil painting 128. 
Niwa, Keisk6. Japan. Wood 1. 
Nizet, Charles, France. Architeotore 1070, 

1171. 
Npbili, R., Italy. Oil painting 217 Water 

color 444. 
Noble, Robert, Great Britain. Oil painting 69. 
Nogohi, Yokok^Japan. Painting 9. 
Noirot, Emile, France. Oil painting 808. 
Nomra, Bonkyo, Japan. Painting 55. 
Norcrose, Eleanor, United States. Oil paint- 
ins 1286. 
Nordatorm, Karl, Sweden. Oil paintings 59, 

106, 107, 117. 121. 
Norman, Phillip, Great Britain. Water colors 

596,683, 671 
Normana, Ernest, Greet Britain. Oil paint- 
ing 466. 
Nermann, A., Germany. Oil paintings 532, 

161. Pastel 584. 
Normann, Adelsten, Norway. Oil paintings 

58, 70, 117. 
Norris, H. L., Great Britain. Oil painting 

822. 
Norrman, H., Sweden. Oil painting 78. 
Norton, B. Mary, United States. Oil paintings 

627, 1168.- 
Norton, W. E., United States. Oil paintings 

267. 400, 565, 1122, 1198. 
Nortli, J. W., A. R. A.. R. W. S., Great 

Britain. Oil painting 190. 
Northrop, Agnes F., United States. Design 

for stained glass 2706. 



Noorse, Elizabeth, United States. OU paint- 
ings 878. 588, 848. 
NoTo, St., Italy. Oil paintings 188, 161, 174. 
NoToskolzeff, Alexander NicolaieTitclifRiissia. 

Oil paintings 41, 115. 
Nowak, Ernst, Aostria. Oil painting 96. 
Nowak, Leopold, Germany. Scolptore 72, 

78 
Nowottny,y., United States. Oil painting 

1147. 
Nozal, Alexandre, France. Oil paintings 338, 

414. Pastels 613, 621, 628. 
Noflez Fernandez, Raman^Spain. Scnlptnre2. 
Noboe, Fritz, Denmark. Oil paintings 88, 91. 
Nys, Carl, Belgiom. Oil painting 171. 
NsriftrOm. Alf .. Sweden. Soolptare 6. 
Ooerlanoer, Ad. Adam, Germany. Pencil 

drawing 632. 
Obermnllner, Adolf, Austria. Oil painting 

111. 
Obregon, Joee, Mexico. Oil painting 47. 
O'Brien, L. R., R. C. A., Canada. Water 

colors 846. 149, 151, 155, 171. 188, 194. 
Ocadiz, Felipe, Mexico. Oil painting 25. 
Oohmischen, Hugo, Germany. Oil paintings 

172, 524. 
Oohs, Franz, Germany. Scolptore 16, 23. 
Ochtman, L., United States. Oil paintings 

500,505,987. Water color 1892. 
Ockelmann, Robert, Germany. Scolptore 
110. 



96, 109, a.«v. 

Ocon y RiTaSiEmilio,%>ain. Oil painting 80. 
O* Donovan, W. R., iJnited States. SciUpt 

ore 154, 155. 
Oenicke, R.. Germany. Oil painting 601. 
Offermans, Tony, Holland. Oil painting 144. 

Water colors 242, 276. 
Ogata, Gekko, Japan. Painting 28. 
Obmann, R., Germany. Scolptore 29. 
Okaaaki, SesseL Japan. Bronze 2, 3, 4, 25. 
Okioka,Asahi£izo, Japan. Rosewood 99. 
Olaria, J., Spain. Oil paintinc^ 198. 
Olde, Hans, Germany. Oil painting 856. 
OliTaRodngo, Eagenio,Spam. Oil painting 

551. 
Olvari, G., Italy. Scolptore 505. 
Olive, Jeen-Baptiste, France. Oil painting 

561. 
Olivier, Herbert A., Great Britain. Oil paint- 

ing75. 
Olsen, Alfred, Denmark. Oil painting 188. 
Omora, Wi^ooiro, Japan. Embroidery 188, 

144. 




Oppler, Ernst, Germany. Oil painting 116. 
Orchardson, W. Q., B. A., Great Britain. Oil 

naintinff 404 
Orrock, James, R. I., Great Britain. Water 

colors 549, 649. 
Ortiz Gamondi, Jose, Spain. Oil painting 

280. 
Oebonij Miss E. M., Great Britain. OU 

painting 316. 
Osborne, Walter, R. H. A., Great Britain. 

Oil paintinff 342. 
Osterlind, Allan, Sweden. Oil painting 41. 
Otake, Norikni, Japan. Bronze 60. 
Otemar, fidooard d\ France. Oil painting 

306. 
Ottero y Colominee, Spain. OU painting 319. 
Otto, Professor Paol, Germany. Scolptore 

108. 
Otzen, Professor Johannes, Germany. Arohl- 

tectore 778, 774, 
Oodioe, £. A.. France. Medals 730. 
Ooless, W. W., R. A.. Great Britain. OU 

paintinff e 71, 806. 
Owirzki, T., Polish. Oil painting 57. 



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INDEX OF ARTISTS. 



Orerend, W. H., Great Britain. Oil paint- 
ing 385. Drawings 901, 904, g06, 906, f»7, 952. 

Paoneoo. Inflley, Bnixil. Oil paintings 96, 90, 
97. 98, 99, 100, 101. 102, 108, 104, lOB, 106, 107, 
106. 109, 110, 111, 112, lis. Hi, 115, 116, 117, 
11& Water colors 120, 121, 122. 12S, 124, 125, 
128, 127, 128. 

Phcheoo 7 Fnente, Bicazdo, Spain. Oil paint- 
ings868, 864. 

Pacht, Axel, Fred*k, Denmark. Scalptme 17. 

Pacht, yilh., Denmark. Oil painting 82. 

Page, W., (deceased). United States. Oil 
paintings 164, 191. 

Palin, W. M., Great Britain. OU painting 
855. 

Palliser, J. L^ Spain. Black and white 245. 

PftUn, Anna, Sweden. Oil painting 200. 

P&lmer, Miss Ada M., Great Britain. Scolpt- 
nre 9. 

Palmer, W. L., United States. Oil paintings 
900,975,1087. 

Palmie, Charles, Germany. Oil imintin g 852. 

Pando, Jos6 de, Spain. FBstels 288, 2^261. 

Pannemaker, St^phane, Fiance. Wood en- 
graTings814,835. 

Pannier, Frfires^Franoe. Decorated glass 082. 

Pape, F. L. M., United States. Oil painting 
1249. Pen drawing 2054. 

Papendrecht, J. Hoynck von, Holland. Oil 
painting 114. 

Papperitz, (rermany. Oil painting 456. 

Paradis, Adrien, France. Oil painting 168. 

Pardo, Ym Italy. Sculptnie 198. 

Parera y Saorina, Antonio, Spain. Scnlptnre 

la 

Parfitt Brothers, United States. Architectural 

drawings 2924. 2049. 
Paris, Alfred, France. Oil painting 600. 
Paris, Augnste, France. Scnlptare 1)6. 
Paris, Camille,^France. Oil painting 516. 
Parker. John, K.W. S., Great Britain. Oil 

paintinga67. Water color 583. 
Parlade y Heredia, Andres, Spain. Oil paint- 
ings 76, 213. 
Parlaghy. Yilma, Germany. Oil painting 188. 
Parra^elix, Mexico. Oil painting SO. 
Parreiras, Antonio, Brazil. Oil paintings 80, 

81,82. 
Pftrrish, Clara W., United States. Water 

color 1497. 
Parrish.S., United States. Oil paintings 290, 

849, 431, 1019. 1125. Etohing8iB91, ^16. 
Parshall, De Witt, United States. Oil painU 

ing 1152. 
Parsons, Alfred, R. I., Great Britain. Oil 

paintings 58, 809, 845, 417. Water colors 699, 

686. 
Parsons, A., United States. Wash drawing 

1687. Black and white drawings 1597, 1601, 

1625, 1636, 16U, 1647, 1714. 
Parsonn, O. S., United States. Oil paintings 

824,92^. 
Parton, A., United States. Oil paintings 507, 

792. 
Parton, Ernest, Great Britain. Oil paLatings 

195, 433, 473. 
Partridge, W. O., United States. Scnlptare 

15. 18, 80, 41, 45, 78, 82, 101, 106, 134. 
Pascal, Jean-Lonis, France. Arohitectore 

1142, 1143, 1144. 
Pasco, Jo66, Spain. Phototype and chromo 

lithographic calendar 388. 
Pash, Miss Florence, Great Britain. Oil 

painting 413. 
Pasternak, Leonid, Rnssia. Oil painting 87. 
Pastrafla, Mannel, Mexico. Oil paintings 

74, 75, 76. 
Patemani, Enriqpe. Snain. Oil nainting 89. 
Patey, France. Medals and medallions 727, 

740. 



Piston, Hogfa, A. B. P. £., Gnat Britain. 
l»j<Kittga 727, 736. 

Patricot, Jean, France. Wood engraringa 

825,887. 
Pattason, J. W«, United States. OU paint. 

ing 430. Water colors 1846, 1437. 
PanL Ernst, Germany. Scnlptare 62. 
PaaU, G., Sweden. Oil paintings 40, 42, 85. 
pBoli, Hanna, Sweden. Oil paintings 89, 120, 

122. 
PuOi, R., (deceased). United States. Oil 

painting 882. 
PisaleiHi, Jolios, Denmark. Oil paintings 26, 

5L64. 
Panlafi, F. P., United States. Oil painting 

1256. Etchings 2206, 2206. 2207. 
Pansinger, Franz Ton, Ansbia. Oil paintings 

67^107. 
Pavia y Birmin^uun, Joaqnin, Spain. Ardiir 

teotarB408. 
Pawlawski, J., Polish. Oil painting 54. 
PawlisBi^ W., Polish. Oil painting 18. 
Faxton, W. H., United States. OU painting 

694.^ 
Payer, Jnlins yon, Anstria. Oil painting 51. 
Psynot, Mile. Gabrielle, France. Etching 

Peabody Jc Steams, United States. Arohi- 

tectoral drawings 2909, 2912. 
Peabody, Steams & Farber, United States. 

Architectaral drawing 2759. 
Peale, C. W., United States. Oil painting 167. 
Peale, J., United States. Oil painting IvI. 
Peale, R^ United States. Oil painting 169. 
Pearce, C. S., United States. Oil paintings 

846, 607, 608, 755, 806, 1196. 
Pearson, John L., B. A., Great Britain. Ar- 
chitecture 970, 1054. 
Peck, Orrin, United States. Oil paintings 

476, 1291, 1292. 
Peoon, Jean-William-Henri, France. Soalpt- 

arel26. 
Pedersen, Ole, Denmark. Oil paintings 106, 

126. 
Pedersen, Thorolf , Denmark. Oil paintings 

112, lis. 
Pedersen, Y iggo, Denmark. Oil paintings 96, 

98, 99, 100. 151. 
Pedro. Weingartner, Brazil. Oil paintings 

16 10 20 
Peel, Paal, R. C. A. (deceased), Canada. Oil 

paintingdO. 
Peele, JTt., (deceased). United States. Oil 

painting 211. 
Peine, Angnstin-Piarre-Charles,